More than three million have cut the cord in the last five years
More than three million households in Britain have ditched their home phone in the last five years.
Recent events shows they are pretty rubbish says, disaster experts
Recent events – such as the Suez Canal blockage and logistic problems with Covid-19 vaccine production – have underlined the need for organisations to build more resilient supply chains. According to disaster recovery and business continuity specialist Databarracks, this means working in partnership with suppliers and carrying out joint exercises in order to identify and address weak points before they become a bigger problem.
$3.1 billion damage claim thrown out
Chipzilla is opening the champers after a US jury tossed out a patent infringement lawsuit filed against it by VLSI Technology.
All using a single Arm Neoverse
HAProxy has announced that its HAProxy 2.3 tested on a single Arm Neoverse has achieved 2.04 million requests per second and is citing it as proof that its load balancer can scale on powerful servers with significant network bandwidth, and run on much more modest hardware while still achieving excellent results.
Yeah it is thin so what?
Apple has released a new design of its all-in-one iMac and while the Tame Apple Press has creamed itself on cue about things like thinness and colours it does not look like anyone really thought about what they were writing.
Magic Leap's next augmented reality headset is on track to be unveiled later this year.
Record labels still make a killing
According to a new report by industry analysts Mark Mulligan and Keith Jopling of Midia Research, songwriters are getting drastically short changed in the music streaming economy.
Optimising battery, CPU, chord change and RAM.
Microsoft’s Edge is about to get a "performance mode" which will improve how the browser uses the resources.
We did warn you
Translation tools from Google and other companies could be contributing to significant misunderstanding of legal terms according to research due to be presented at an academic workshop.