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Supercomputer built for Earth is running just fine in space
The experiment with a Hewlett Packard Enterprise supercomputer aims to solve one big problem with Mars travel plans.
[CNN Money]

HP shows us what a real workstation looks like with a 56-core Z8
If you're a demanding computer user, sometimes your 13-inch Ultrabook laptop just won't quite cut it. For those looking for a little more computing power, HP's new Z8 workstation could be just the answer. The latest iteration of HP's desktop workstations packs in a pair of Intel Skylake-SP (...)
[OSNews]

CCleaner: 2m users install computer cleaning program … that contains malware
Tool now owned by security firm Avast was hacked via a supply chain attack, an increasingly common method of infection More than two million users of computer cleaning tool CCleaner installed a version of the software that had been hacked to include malware, the app’s developer confirmed on (...)
[The Guardian]

Visitors 'help' Pirate Bay mine virtual cash
Many visitors objected when the site hijacked their computer to mine coins for the Monero digital currency.
[BBC News]

Visitors 'help' Pirate Bay mine virtual cash
Many visitors objected when the site hijacked their computer to mine coins for the Monero digital currency.
[BBC]

Face-reading AI will be able to detect your politics and IQ, professor says
Professor whose study suggested technology can detect whether a person is gay or straight says programs will soon reveal traits such as criminal predisposition Voters have a right to keep their political beliefs private. But according to some researchers, it won’t be long before a computer (...)
[The Guardian]

Peter Bird obituary
My former colleague and friend Peter Bird has died aged 82. Today computers are ubiquitous and have transformed many aspects of business administration and how we live our daily lives. But the so-called information age ushered in by computing and communications technology dates only from the (...)
[The Guardian]

Inspiring inventors
To mark the launch of the 100 Women Challenge, meet the female inventors behind everyday innovations such as computer software to the dishwasher.
[BBC News]

Inspiring inventors
To mark the launch of the 100 Women Challenge, meet the female inventors behind everyday innovations such as computer software to the dishwasher.
[BBC]

We must debunk this millennium bug myth | Letters
Prof Martyn Thomas had first-hand experience of fighting the millennium bug, and dismisses the idea that it never posed a serious threat to the world’s computer systems Please don’t perpetuate the falsehood that the millennium bug was a myth (Hard to stomach, G2, 30 August). The widespread use of (...)
[The Guardian]

Kim Dotcom demos micro-payment service to help stop piracy
Kim Dotcom's Bitcache service is designed to let users to monetise videos, images, stories and computer code.
[BBC News]

Kim Dotcom demos micro-payment service to help stop piracy
Kim Dotcom's Bitcache service is designed to let users to monetise videos, images, stories and computer code.
[BBC]

TEDGlobal: The computer that can smell explosives
A device that fuses neurons and silicon has been shown off at the TEDGlobal conference in Tanzania.
[BBC]

TEDGlobal: The computer that can smell explosives
A device that fuses neurons and silicon has been shown off at the TEDGlobal conference in Tanzania.
[BBC News]

Hidden computers
In a cramped Harvard basement, a team of women is documenting the rich history of their predecessors.
[BBC News]

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