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Facebook is shaking up its news service with more focus on ‘trusted publishers’

Facebook is shaking up the way in which it presents news. You’ll quickly be capable to sustain with breaking news through Facebook Watch, however you’ll additionally begin seeing much less…

 
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Asus’ new ZenBook 13 is the world’s thinnest laptop with a dedicated GPU

Asus has unleashed a brand new spin on its ultraportable ZenBook 13, which the corporation is claiming is the world’s thinnest pocketbook with a discrete graphics card (in different phrases,…

 
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Hyper-converged infrastructure 2018 technology and market survey

Hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) has been round for plenty of years. HCI programs consolidate the historically separate capabilities of the pc (server) and storage right into a single scale-out platform. In…

 
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Why police forces need to be honest about mass mobile phone surveillance

  While “stop and search” happens in plain sight, police forces are quickly and discretely changing into geared up with extra intrusive strategies of looking out people and communities. The…

 
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Quarter of retailers say tech investment makes it harder to connect with consumers

Quarter of retailers say tech investment makes it harder to connect with consumers 1 / 4 of shops are upset by their return on funding in expertise, claiming it has…

 
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London joins Citibank IT innovation network

Citibank will open an innovation lab in London, which can experiment with knowledge science and high-performance computing, and create prototypes for the Markets and Securities Services a part of the…

 
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AMD hits pay dirt cloud with EPYC server platform

  The momentum surrounding AMD’s EPYC server processors has been gradually building since their launch earlier this year, with products based on the technology emerging in the enterprise and high-performance…

 
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DCMS opens local fibre broadband fund to applicants

  The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has officially launched the Local Full Fibre Network (LFFN) Challenge Fund trailed by chancellor Philip Hammond in his technology-heavy Budget…

 
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Brewer will disappoint both coffee and smart-home fans

  The app-connected Smarter Coffee 2nd Generation coffee maker sounds great in theory. It automatically grinds and brews pots of drip from whole beans. It also works with Alexa and…

 
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UAE-based Xpress Money pushes for digital currency and cashless payment solutions

As the Middle East builds a cashless tech infrastructure, Arundhati Banerjee, associate vice-president at Xpress Money, tells Computer Weekly about the foundations being laid for cashless payment systems. Xpress Money,…

 
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