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This Week’s Highlights

 

Robots won’t definitely take your job – and you’ll have more time for personal grooming

Deloitte economists who scanned employment data over a 140 year period say that technology has created more jobs than it’s destroyed.

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Time to Fabricate a Term for Prefabricated Modular Data Centers?

This paper proposes standard terminology for categorizing the types of prefabricated modular data centers, defines and compares their key attributes, and provides a framework for choosing the best approach(es) based on business requirements.


Flash memory heads into the storage mainstream

In the days when it had a low capacity and a short shelf-life, flash memory was a niche product – but now it is growing much faster than expected.

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Why Mesosphere is tapping into Spark and Cassandra for Infinity big-data and IoT stack

By assembling a set of open-source components in the Infinity stack, Mesosphere is aiming to simplify life for developers and data scientists working on big-data and IoT apps.

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Microsoft releases its first Windows 10 PC preview build, post RTM

Microsoft is releasing its first post-RTM Windows 10 test build for PCs to its Windows Insider testers on the Fast Ring.

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Windows 10 upgrade left you low of storage space? Free up gigabytes with a few clicks

Are you finding that your hard drives feel a bit cramped following your Windows 10 upgrade? Here’s how to free up tens of gigabytes of free space with just a few clicks.

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Return of the keyboard: BlackBerry Venice with Android expected in November

With all four U.S carriers rumored to carry the sliding keyboard phone, it surely would have to run Android. Perhaps that’s not a bad thing.

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Apple says only 1 in 5 people have quit Apple Music

Apple has defended the uptake of Apple Music, saying that 79 percent of those who signed up for a trial are still using the service.

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Jolla opens up pre-orders for its next batch of tablets

After crowdfunding its first tablet run, the Finnish startup is now opening up orders for its slates.

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Nine Windows 10 tablets from companies you’ve never heard of

Europe’s budget tablet brands have constantly improved their products over the past years. Now, they’re among the first to cross the finish line in announcing Windows 10 tablets.

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Featured Review

 

GOgroove BlueSYNC RGD Bluetooth speaker: Ready for rough and tumble activities

The GOgroove Bluetooth speaker is a water-resistant, rugged speaker with a carrying loop that makes it perfect for adding stereo sounds to your hikes.

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Intel’s radical Optane next-gen SSD

?Intel teased their new Optane SSD this week, saying it’s 7x faster than flash SSDs, with much longer life, using a radical new memory they call 3D Xpoint. Here’s what you need to know.

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Ashley Madison hackers release fresh data dump, corporate secrets

The hackers behind the high-profile attack have made good on their promise and released more sensitive data to the Web.

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Microsoft ups ante in InterDigital patent fight with fresh antitrust suit

Microsoft has sued InterDigital ahead of an ITC ruling that could see Redmond’s 3G handsets blocked from sale in the US.

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China reviewing e-procurement rules for local banks

Chinese government has told foreign tech vendors including Microsoft, IBM, and Cisco Systems, that it will be gathering feedback on a new set of procurement and cybersecurity regulations involving banks.

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