Monthly Archives: March 2017

Intel takes different tack on PC performance with launch of Optane 2280 storage cache

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Intel takes different tack on PC performance with launch of Optane 2280 storage cache While AMD has been busy launching its new Ryzen CPUs to generally positive reviews, Intel has instead focused on storage, with the launch this week of the Optane 2280.  Intended as a M.2 compatible… Source link

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2017 BMW 530i review – Roadshow

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I’ve talked it over with friends and colleagues and most of us agree that this generation of the BMW 5 Series is the best looking car in the model’s recent history, but I just couldn’t fall in love with the looks. It’s handsome enough in profile or when viewed from the rear but something about […]

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Bumpr 1.1.6 review: Quickly open web links with the browser of your choice

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Bumpr 1.1.6 review: Quickly open web links with the browser of your choice | Macworld By Kirk McElhearn, Senior Contributor, Macworld | Mar 27, 2017 6:00 AM PT When you want to open a web link in a different browser, Bumpr makes it easy to do. Thank you Your message has been sent. Sorry There […]

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Review: VMware vSphere gets much-needed facelift

VMware’s vSphere 6.5 virtualization platform fixes many issues we had with vSphere 6.0 and delivers significant improvements in management, security and high availability. There are also first steps toward vSphere-Docker integration. Upgrading and in some cases installing vSphere 6.0 used to be arduous; the good news is that is no longer the case. Our Lenovo […]

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6 useful R functions you might not know

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Almost every R user knows about popular packages like dplyr and ggplot2. But with 10,000+ packages on CRAN and yet more on GitHub, it’s not always easy to unearth libraries with great R functions. One of the best way to find cool, new-to-you R code is to see what other useRs have discovered. So, I’m […]

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Sense review – CNET

The $299 Sense Home Energy Monitor (£240 and AU$390 at the current exchange rate) is supposed to bridge the gap between your utility-issued electric meters and detailed usage data. Sense successfully communicated whole-home watts at-a-glance during our testing. It also detected a few of the large appliances in the CNET Smart Home automatically. But like […]

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Zendure A1 review

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Zendure A1 review Zendure makes some of the best portable power banks we’ve seen, with a superb blend of high build quality, usable capacity and pocketability. The Zendure A1 is the smallest and most compact in the range, which now runs from this 3,550mAh A1 to the 26,800mAh A8 QC. Also see: Best power banks 2017. […]

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Honor 8 review: Honor’s mid-ranger gets Android 7.0 Nougat update

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The Honor 8 was released back in July 2016 and it was a surprisingly good handset at the time. An alternative to the Huawei P9, but slightly cheaper, it represents the pinnacle of the firm’s smartphone range. Both these phones share near-identical specifications. It’s recently been upgraded to Android 7.0 Nougat, but the Honor 8’s […]

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Mingis on Tech: A closer look at the new Moto G5 Plus

Looking for an Android phone that won’t break the bank but still has the features you need? The Moto G5 Plus is a real bargain buy, says reviewer Dan Rosenbaum. Source link

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The rise of the ODMs: Should the branded hardware suppliers be worried?

The use of ODM datacentre hardware makes good economic sense for the hyperscale providers, but what about everyday enterprises? Source link

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