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Knights Landing: Intel Brings 72-Core Processor to Workstation

Recently Intel announced that its 72-core supercomputing chip will go into mass production and is due to be used in workstations. This so-called Knights Landing chip, which Intel says is its most powerful chip...

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Office 2016 launch date revealed

Beefed-up security, new release cycle coming in weeks. Microsoft has revealed recently that Office 2016 will launch within two weeks, hitting the streets on 22 September. According to a blog from Julia White, general manager of...

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Google I/O slated for late May in San Francisco

Google I/O will be held on May 28 and 29 at the Moscow Center in San Francisco. Google I/O is a general meeting that company’s annual extravaganza for new products and third party developer...

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Inbox released a new open source platform for the Mail App

Inbox released a new open source platformfor the Mail App, which will be compatible with Gmail, Yahoo Mail, Microsoft Exchange, and other platforms, it is reported that its core engine will be opened up...

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Google pushed by Europe to change privacy policy

France and Spain have spearheaded a Europe-wide push to get Google to change its policies on collecting user data. The launch of the push follows the revelation that the US National Security Agency under...

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US DOJ indicts the digital curreny provider Liberty Reserve for money laundering

The United State Department of Justice announced today announced today the indictment against the digital currency company Liberty Reserve for $6 billion dollars of money laundering and other criminal transactions. Seven of its principals...

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Free Windows 8 Update to Address Confusion

A planned Windows 8 update to address complaints and confusion with Microsoft’s new operating system will be made available for free this year, the company says. Not charging extra for Windows 8.1, previously code...

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Microsoft Releases Fix It for vulnerability in Internet Explorer 8

On May 3rd, Microsoft released an advisory about a vulnerability in Internet Explorer 8 that could allow specially crafted code to execute commands on your computer. It was later confirmed that there was actual...

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