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New evidence of hacked Supermicro hardware at US carrier
A major U.S. telecommunications company discovered manipulated hardware from Super Micro Computer Inc. in its network and removed it in August, fresh evidence of tampering in China of critical technology components bound for the U.S., according to a security expert working for the telecom (...)
[OSNews]

Why do computers use so much energy?
Microsoft is currently running an interesting set of hardware experiments. The company is taking a souped-up shipping container stuffed full of computer servers and submerging it in the ocean. The most recent round is taking place near Scotland's Orkney Islands, and involves a total of 864 (...)
[OSNews]

A Kick-start Workbook for Becoming a Microsoft Power BI Desktop Expert
Computer instructor and author Jeff Hutchinson alleviates the head-splitting system of the Power BI Desktop as he explains it in details on his “Microsoft Power BI Desktop”—on display at the 2018 Frankfurt Book Fair from October 10-14, 2018 in Frankfurt, Germany. - - Hutchinson tackles about the (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

The engineering miracle of the Sinclair ZX Spectrum
The Spectrum was not the first Sinclair computer to make it big. It was, however, the first to go massive. In the months prior to launching, 'The Computer Programme' had aired on the BBC, legitimising the home micro computer as the must have educational item of the 1980's. For Sinclair and the (...)
[OSNews]

Microsoft unveils new Surface devices, smart headphones
Microsoft announced a new version of its desktop computer Surface Studio, and its first pair of smart headphones. It also announced the Surface Pro 6 and Surface Laptop 2.
[CNN Money]

Re-open-sourcing MS-DOS 1.25 and 2.0
In March 2014, Microsoft released the source code to MS-DOS 1.25 and 2.0 via the Computer History Museum. The announcement also contains a brief history of how MS-DOS came to be for those new to the subject, and ends with many links to related articles and resources for those interested in (...)
[OSNews]

Meet the community keeping obsolete supercomputers alive
Nearly 30 years after Silicon Graphics ruled the high-performance computing roost, its supercomputers have found themselves a new home with a small community full of enthusiasts - some of whom weren't even alive during the company's heyday. SGI machines are definitely on my list of platforms (...)
[OSNews]

Tablet computer 'kills child' in car crash in Spain
The accident, in Spain, caused the tablet to strike the three-year-old's head, police say.
[BBC]

Tablet computer 'kills child' in car crash in Spain
The accident, in Spain, caused the tablet to strike the three-year-old's head, police say.
[BBC News]

The Rush to Develop Quantum Computers
The tech industry often uses buzzwords like “big data” and “the cloud.” Unfortunately, these terms are often not clear to people outside of the engineering community. “Quantum computing” is one of those terms. Digital electronic computers are based on transistors and in simple terms, are very fast (...)
[WebWire Computer hardware]

Who needs the US? Alibaba will make its own computer chips
Read full story for latest details.
[CNN Money]

Where in the world Is Larry Page?
It's not just Washington. Even in Silicon Valley, people have started wondering: where's Larry? Page has long been reclusive, a computer scientist who pondered technical problems away from the public eye, preferring to chase moonshots over magazine covers. Unlike founder-CEO peers (Mark (...)
[OSNews]

Quantum race
Quantum computers promise to be blisteringly fast, helping us solve many of the world's problems.
[BBC News]

Quantum race
Quantum computers promise to be blisteringly fast, helping us solve many of the world's problems.
[BBC]

Learning BASIC like it's 1983
Now, of course, I tell computers what to do for a living. All the same, I can't help feeling that I missed out on some fundamental insight afforded only to those that grew up programming simpler computers. What would it have been like to encounter computers for the first time in the early (...)
[OSNews]

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