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Amazon accuses Walmart of bullying in cloud computing clash
Clash follows reports of Walmart asking IT suppliers not to use Amazon's cloud computing service.
[BBC]

Amazon accuses Walmart of bullying in cloud computing clash
Clash follows reports of Walmart asking IT suppliers not to use Amazon's cloud computing service.
[BBC News]

New computing system takes its cues from human brain
Researchers have created a new computing system that aims to tackle one of computing's hardest problems in a fraction of the time.
[Science daily]

'Charliecloud' simplifies Big Data supercomputing
Elegance and simplicity of programming are highly valued but not always achieved, says a new report. In the case of a new product, dubbed 'Charliecloud,' a crisp 800-line code helps supercomputer users operate in the high-performance world of Big Data without burdening computer center (...)
[Science daily]

Engineer unveils new spin on future of transistors with novel design
A researcher has designed a novel computing system made solely from carbon that might one day replace the silicon transistors that power today’s electronic devices.
[Science daily]

Engineer unveils new spin on future of transistors with novel design
An engineer has designed a novel computing system made solely from carbon that might one day replace the silicon transistors that power today's electronic devices.
[Science daily]

HP, Lenovo, ASUS to release first Snapdragon 835 Windows 10 PCs
Microsoft and Qualcomm just announced at Computex that Lenovo, HP, and ASUS are expected to be the first companies with devices that feature the Snapdragon 835. Powered by Windows 10 on ARM, the ultra-thin and always-connected devices are said to usher in a new era of mobile computing. I am (...)
[OSNews]

postmarketOS: aiming for a 10 year life-cycle for smartphones
It is 2017. Pick an average PC from 2007 and install a minimal GNU/Linux based operating system. You will be able to do basic computing tasks (eg. surfing the web, reading E-Mails, listening to music, chatting) just like on an expensive modern PC. You will even get security updates, so your old (...)
[OSNews]

Next-gen computing: Memristor chips that see patterns over pixels
Inspired by how mammals see, a new 'memristor' computer circuit prototype has the potential to process complex data, such as images and video orders of magnitude, faster and with much less power than today's most advanced (...)
[Science daily]

Advancing cancer immunotherapy with computer simulations and data analysis
Immunotherapy supercharges the body's own disease-fighting mechanisms to combat cancer. Researchers are using advanced computing resources to simulate the effects of immunotherapy drugs, develop novel dose-finding designs for clinical trials, and analyze and share next-generation immune (...)
[Science daily]

Why Russia's cyber defenses are so weak
Russia's reputation as a cyber-savvy nation that churns out computing experts has been undermined by its troubles with WannaCry ransomware.
[CNN Money]

Improbable that UK startup is worth $1bn price tag? Don't bet against it
Shocked that UK developer Improbable has been subject to a $502m investment? In the long-game of tech predictions, it could turn out to be a smart move The idea that the next British unicorn (the term for a startup valued over $1bn) could be the developer of a cloud-computing platform for video (...)
[The Guardian]

Targeted, high-energy cancer treatments get a supercomputing boost
Radiation therapy shoots high-energy particles into the body to destroy or damage cancer cells, while sparing surrounding healthy tissue. New types of radiation systems are emerging that can better target cancer cells. These include proton beam therapy and MR-linac, which combines real-time (...)
[Science daily]

Quantum computing now closer to reality with new materials
Quantum computing could outsmart current computing for complex problem solving, but only if scientists figure out how to make it practical. A Stanford team is investigating new materials that could become the basis for such an (...)
[Science daily]

Steve Jobs' custom Apple I on display at Seattle museum
Long before the iPhone or even the Mac, Apple was a handful of people working in an industry that was only just beginning to take the idea of personal computing seriously. In the earliest days of those early days, Steves Wozniak and Jobs made their first device together: the Apple I. Few of (...)
[OSNews]

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