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September, 2014


September 26, 2014  3:01 PM

Extreme environment calls for radical datacentre dress sense

Cliff Saran Profile: Cliff Saran
lenovo

Hold the front page...Lenovo has a new range of servers....what's more they work hot and cold. Extreme hot and cold, at least that's what Tom Goodwin, head of server and storage at Lenovo UK, showed in his presentation about the new machines. So we have an operating range of 45°F (ie 7°C) to...

September 22, 2014  12:09 PM

India’s Mars expedition searches the red planet for cheap IT staff

KarlFl40 Profile: KarlFl40
Uncategorized

The search for non-linear business models amongst the India IT services community has proved too much and forced the nation's huge IT services industry to remain in its comfort zone and look for low cost...


September 18, 2014  12:19 PM

My phone has run out, any plans for the weekend?

KarlFl40 Profile: KarlFl40
Uncategorized

Talking to yourself out loud could soon become the chosen method of keeping laptops and smartphones running during long periods on the road.

With batteries often the weak link in computer hardware, businesses could turn to engineers in Canada.  Engineers at the École de...


September 15, 2014  4:48 PM

Jail term for palace guardsman for dancing? Where’s your sense of humour MoD?

Archana Venkatraman Profile: Archana Venkatraman
Army, Essex, queen, YouTube

A video of a Buckingham Palace guardsman who was marching comically and showing his dance moves has become a YouTube sensation. The video has gone viral with nearly two million views. But what's more bizarre than the guardsman's moves is the MoD's reaction to it.


September 2, 2014  2:18 PM

Blackpool donkeys saddle up for contactless payments

Clare McDonald Profile: Clare McDonald
Barclaycard, Blackpool, Donkey

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September 2, 2014  1:59 PM

Free childcare with programming lessons thrown in

KarlFl40 Profile: KarlFl40
Uncategorized

Tired parents, who spend their lives obeying the orders of small people, are being lambasted by researchers for not realising that kids at school will now learn to code.

In fact research of 1,000 five to 11-year-olds and their parents, carried out by Ocado Technology has revealed that...


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