RAM pioneer logs off
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21 November 2016

RAM pioneer logs off


Jay Forrester was a pioneer of digital computing


The modern computing world lost another one of its key pioneers with the death of Jay Forrester who was the founder of the field of system dynamics, and a pioneer of digital computing. He was 98.

Most people don’t protect electronic gadgets
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Intel survey reveals 42 percent of consumers take proper security measures


Intel Security announced its second annual McAfee Most Hackable Holiday Gifts list which identifies the riskiest products on the market this Christmas.

Apple crippled Qualcomm modem to make it work like Intel’s
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Can’t have some working better than others


Apple has solved the performance gap between the Intel and Qualcomm modems on the iPhone 7 by disabling some of the Qualcomm X12 modem features so that it performs similarly to the Intel version.

Samsung is still the number one mobile maker
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Apple did not cash in on Note 7 fiasco

Samsung Electronics is still the number one global seller of smartphones in spite of the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco.

Samsung launches Nougat beta programme
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For S7 and S7 Edge

Maker of the ever-smouldering Notes, Samsung, has launched its Android 7.0 Nougat Galaxy Beta Program for the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 edge.

iPhones send data to Jobs’ Mob after all
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Call history goes to iCloud where Apple stores it

A team of Russian security experts has found that Apple might have access to more user data than it is letting on.

UK brings in the most extreme surveillance law
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Worst for any democratic country

The UK has just passed a huge expansion in surveillance powers, which are the harshest written in any democratic country.

Apple prices to double if Trump forces it to return
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The cost of “Made in America”

Apple’s assembler Foxconn has been looking at the possibity of setting up iPhone production to the US before Donald “Prince of Orange” Trump orders the US company to do so.

NSA confirms the Russian hackers were gaming the US election
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Wikileaks were allies

The leader of the National Security Agency (NSA) says there shouldn't be "any doubt in anybody's mind" that there was a conscious effort by “a nation-state” to sway the result of the 2016 presidential election.

iPhone 8 might not get OLED after all
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Tech in short supply


Hopes that Apple might sex up its iPhone 8 with OLED technology could be dashed by the fact that its suppliers can’t make enough of the technology.