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Last Updated on 19 Dec. 2014, Total: 192 Blog Posts

  1. Free Bulk Password Reset tool

    Netwrix Corporation, a well-established provider of change auditing software solutions, has released a full-featured edition of its Bulk Password Reset tool for free! The free tool includes: • Reset passwords on all local accounts. • Enable or disable local accounts. • Re-processing of password reset attempts both automatic and manual if for example, the host system were powered off during... Read More

  2. 1,100 trillion calculations per second supercomputer

    Gaea, Mother Earth supercomputer is being upgraded to a 1,100 trillion calculations per second beast. The climate research supercomputer at Oak Ridge National Laboratory simulates complex climate conditions and performs intensive research. Gaea is a high-performance supercomputer which produces massive heat however, the technology behind its cooling mechanism compensates well for this. Read more - http://www.knoxnews.com/news/2011/dec/29/huge-mother-earth-research-computer-loaded-with/... Read More

  3. Windows 8 will install faster!

    According to Microsoft, Windows 8 will be easier to use and faster to install! Windows 8 has a revamped install process and will install in only 21 minutes on a clean system. Until we are able to verify such statements (second half of 2012) Microsoft will continue to improve reliability while also improving the installation experience and raw performance. PCs... Read More

  4. Kinect for Windows

    February 1st, Microsoft will launch Kinect for Windows hardware and accompanying version 1 software. It will be available in limited quantities in United States, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Spain, and United Kingdom. Microsoft has plans to release a cheaper academic version later on this year. In addition to support for Windows 7 and the... Read More

  5. New GPU design for mobile devices

    Future smartphones and tablet computers can leverage the enhanced performance of the new Mali-T658 GPU designed by ARM. Up to ten times faster than its predecessor, the new GPU is aimed at boosting mobile graphics and increasing ARM's market share in mobile graphics. We have to wait about 2 years to experience the benefits of the new design as ARM... Read More

  6. Supercomputers for all!

    Virginia Tech's Corporate Research Center is in the final stages of testing an energy-efficient supercomputer called HokieSpeed. It is pictured as the next war horse for research and its 455 trillion operations per second capability will surely makes it the next generation tool for researches! HokieSpeed supercomputer is made up of 209 separate computers connected together in a large server... Read More

  7. Seagate and Samsung combined strength!

    Seagate claims that its acquisition of Samsung's hard drive business will allow them to offer a more extensive portfolio of innovative storage solutions. The acquisition was completed on December 19th, 2011 and the deal includes assets, infrastructure and employees. Also, Seagate will supply disk drives to Samsung for PCs, notebooks and consumer devices while, Samsung will supply Seagate with chips... Read More

  8. EnergyCore Architecture by Calxeda

    Calxeda Inc. has developed a super-efficient server that leverages the ultra-low power technology of the ARM processor architecture. Calxeda servers will consume a fraction of the power and space of today's servers. Calxeda aims to be the first company to take basic ARM technology and adapt it for the demands of the powerful computers that run in data centers and... Read More

  9. Zero-email Policy

    According to a former French finance minister and present CEO of Atos tech firm, email is polluting the working environment and invading the personal lives of all. In order to stop this trend, Atos CEO has put in place a 'zero email' policy. The company employees use instant message and a Facebook-style interface instead when communicating internally and use emails... Read More

  10. Intelligent Thermostats!

    Nest Labs, a one year old venture of 100 experts and based in Palo Alto, California. Founded by former Apple executives, Nest Labs claims to have built the world's first learning thermostat. The intelligent and stylish device is intended to save energy costs by adjusting the consumption according to the house or room needs. Whereas, traditional devices keep a constant... Read More

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