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HP Delivers First 64-Bit ARM Servers For The Enterprise

HP Delivers First 64-Bit ARM Servers For The Enterprise

ARM continues to make headway into territories typically occupied by AMD and in particular Intel. Namely, the server market. Giving ARM a boost in the enterprise segment, Hewlett-Packard today announced two ARM-based servers, one of which is the first enterprise-class 64-bit ARM-based server. In addition, HP is making available a production-ready...

GoPro Unleashes The HERO4 Action Video Camer, Available October 5th

GoPro Unleashes The HERO4 Action Video Camer, Available October 5th

GoPro has earned a reputation as the go-to brand when you need a camera for recording action on the go, but if you thought the company planned to rest on its past success, think again. Today sees the unveiling of GoPro's HERO4, the title given to the company's highest performance line of capture devices it has ever made. The HERO4 comes in...

Smartphone Makers Eager To Adopt 64-Bit Version Of Android L

Smartphone Makers Eager To Adopt 64-Bit Version Of Android L

Google is getting ready to unveil Android L (or Lemon Meringue Pie or Lollipop or Licorice or whatever tasty treat will serve as the next build's namesake), and one of the big features is that it will optionally support 64-bit processors. Of course, it will be up to smartphone and tablet makers to take advantage of the 64-bit opportunity that's...

Lenovo To Close $2.1 Billion IBM Deal October 1, Will Become World's Third Largest Server Player

Lenovo To Close $2.1 Billion IBM Deal October 1, Will Become World's Third Largest Server Player

Lenovo is already the world's top PC maker in terms of shipments and sales, and once it closes the deal with IBM for its server division, the Chinese company will become the third largest player in the global x86 server market. No small deal, Lenovo is paying IBM $2.1 billion to increase its standing in a market that's worth $42.1 billion....

Microsoft Finally Launches Xbox One In China, Only 10 Games Available So Far

Microsoft Finally Launches Xbox One In China, Only 10 Games Available So Far

Last week, Microsoft had announced that it was delaying the launch of its Xbox One in China from September 23 to the end of the year. However, no sooner was the announcement made before the company then decided to release it on September 29. Well, Microsoft has stuck to its guns, making the Xbox One the first console to launch in China. Consumers...

Microsoft Should (And Reportedly Will) Make Windows 9 Free For Windows 8 Users

Microsoft Should (And Reportedly Will) Make Windows 9 Free For Windows 8 Users

At the risk of getting people's hopes up, the web is quickly filling with reports that Microsoft is planning to offer Windows 9 (codenamed Threshold) as a free upgrade for Windows 8 users. The original source of the rumor comes from an Indonesian-language website quoting Andreas Diantor, President of Microsoft Indonesia, as saying that Windows...

AT&T Doubles Data For Free On Select Mobile Share Plans

AT&T Doubles Data For Free On Select Mobile Share Plans

For those who just can't seem to get enough data on a monthly basis, AT&T is upping the ante for select customers. For those who are willing to dive into the carrier's Mobile Share Value plans of 15GB and up, you'll get double the data for no extra charge for the life of the plan. The only catch? You need to sign up by October 31st, and...

Chevrolet Corvette’s Valet Mode Is Illegal In Some States, GM Warns Owners

Chevrolet Corvette’s Valet Mode Is Illegal In Some States, GM Warns Owners

Owners of 2015 Chevrolet Corvettes could be breaking the law if they use the vehicle’s Valet Mode feature. General Motors has been sending out letters to Corvette owners and its Chevrolet dealerships with the warning that the use of this feature could be illegal in some states. Valet Mode is simply a Performance Data Recorder that allows...

Snowden Effect: iPhone 6 Advanced Encryption Causes Major Heartburn For US Law Enforcement

Snowden Effect: iPhone 6 Advanced Encryption Causes Major Heartburn For US Law Enforcement

Late last week, we reported on the FBI's latest beef with Apple, as the company is soon to make encryption standard on its customer's iPhones. Perhaps not surprisingly, it's not just the FBI that's upset, but law enforcement in general. Since the FBI spoke out, some Bay Area police officials have spoken out as well, and they really don't like...

Vine Update For Android Lets You Access Camera Roll And Trim Existing Videos

Vine Update For Android Lets You Access Camera Roll And Trim Existing Videos

A little over a month ago, Vine gave iOS users the ability to tap into their existing videos and turn them into short Vines, complete with trimming and stitching functionality. Where's the love for Android, you ask? No need to pout if you're rocking an Android handset -- the newest update for Vine lets you take clips from your device's camera...

Motorola ‘Shamu’ Nexus Device Breaks Cover, Leaked Again And It’s Big

Motorola ‘Shamu’ Nexus Device Breaks Cover, Leaked Again And It’s Big

We suppose a smartphone as big as the rumored Shamu from Motorola (likely to be called Nexus 6 or Nexus X) is tough to hide, hence all the leaks to the web. The latest leak comes from an anonymous person who has been posting a supposed photo of the giant handset shown sitting next to an LG G3 device on at least two different forums. The picture...

Shellshock Fixes Ready For Download, Get Your Bash Patch Here

Shellshock Fixes Ready For Download, Get Your Bash Patch Here

Red Hat has announced that it has issued a complete set of patches to battle the 'Shellshock' Bash bug that it revealed to the world last week. You might notice that I said "patches", and that's because shortly after the initial CVE-2014-6271 was discovered and patched, more vulnerabilities came to the surface. These were not nearly as severe...

Apple Expected To Consume 25% Of All DRAM In 2015, Impact Industry Trends

Apple Expected To Consume 25% Of All DRAM In 2015, Impact Industry Trends

For years, RAM has followed a predictable pattern in the computing industry. New standards debut, with questionable performance gains and at significantly higher costs compared to previous products. As time passes, the new standard is adopted by more and more chipsets and vendors until it becomes dominant. Costs drop, volume rises, and everyone...

Intel Edison-Powered Nixie Wearable Drone Camera Flies Off Your Wrist To Capture The Moment

Intel Edison-Powered Nixie Wearable Drone Camera Flies Off Your Wrist To Capture The Moment

There are very few products that have genuinely made me go "wow", but I can safely add the Nixie drone camera to that modest list. Over the past couple of years, drones have become popular enough to the point where a new release doesn't excite most people. But Nixie is different. It's a drone that you wear, like a bracelet. Whenever you want...

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