Arm debuts the Armv9 architecture, outlines its roadmap for the next decade of computing

The Armv9 roadmap is the company's first new compute architecture in 10 years.

Nato intercepts Russian planes '10 times in a day'

The Western military alliance says it responded to an "unusual peak of flights" in several areas.

The demand for IT innovation takes on new urgency in the post-pandemic world

According to the 2021 MuleSoft Connectivity Benchmark report, the demand for IT innovation and output capacity is at the highest levels in the post-pandemic world.

The demand for IT innovation takes on new urgency in the post-pandemic world

According to the 2021 MuleSoft Connectivity Benchmark report, the demand for IT innovation and output capacity is at the highest levels in the post-pandemic world.

Ballot counting for Amazon’s historic union vote starts today

Vote counting begins today in the historic effort to unionize Amazon’s Bessemer, Alabama fulfillment center. The warehouse — which opened exactly a year ago to meet ramping up demand as COVID-19 bore down on the U.S. — has become ground zero for one of the most important labor efforts in modern American history.

Supermarket chain Albertsons to use new Google tech for shoppable maps

The Albertsons partnership highlights how Google is working to bring cloud, marketing and ads to enterprises in a way that may land it more cloud business later.

Supermarket chain Albertsons to use new Google tech for shoppable maps

The Albertsons partnership highlights how Google is working to bring cloud, marketing and ads to enterprises in a way that may land it more cloud business later.

Ransomware: Why we're now facing a perfect storm

Normalising the act of paying a ransom to cyber criminals does nothing to protect anyone against ransomware, warns report.

Women's underwear to be provided to female recruits in Swiss army

Under the current system, uniforms issued to military personnel include only men's underwear.

Libya's city of ghosts

The BBC's Quentin Sommerville visits Tarhuna where the victims of years of civil war are being reburied.

The best crypto is anyone's guess: Bitcoin and 11 more cryptocurrencies you need to know

There are thousands of cryptocurrencies in circulation. And while a handful have made headlines, many others are just as interesting. Here are 12 currencies that we consider worth keeping an eye on.

The best crypto is anyone's guess: Bitcoin and 11 more cryptocurrencies you need to know

There are thousands of cryptocurrencies in circulation. And while a handful have made headlines, many others are just as interesting. Here are 12 currencies that we consider worth keeping an eye on.

Cisco launches Cisco Plus, a step toward network as a service

According to Cisco, Cisco Plus will offer as-a-service models for its compute, networking and storage hardware.

Cisco launches Cisco Plus, a step toward network as a service

According to Cisco, Cisco Plus will offer as-a-service models for its compute, networking and storage hardware.

Chip maker Innovium certifies white-box switches on open-source SONiC to disrupt networking industry

The open-source SONiC software will bring the same benefits of reduced total cost of ownership in networking as happened in white-box servers, Innovium claims.

Akamai aims to improve COVID-19 registrations, integrates Vaccine Edge with Salesforce's Vaccine Cloud

Like Akamai does for media delivery and security, the company is using its network to keep vaccine registration websites operating under high demand.

Microsoft's push to join the 'creators' bandwagon now extends to LinkedIn

Lately, Microsoft is making a big push around creators and communities. What does this really mean and which of its products and services stand to benefit?

Star Wars: The Bad Batch news, trailers, rumours and release date

The next Star Wars show to drop on Disney Plus is the animated series, The Bad Batch - here's everything we know about it so far

iOS 14.5 release date, new features and public beta news

Apple's next 'point' update is going to be a big one, with changes to Face ID, Apple Maps and more. Here's all you need to know.

Xiaomi's Mi Mix Fold foldable undercuts Samsung and Huawei

Xiaomi's first foldable - the Mi Mix Fold - is finally official; bringing the first 'liquid lens' camera system to market, as well as a lower price tag than the competition

Nokia 5.4 review

With a smaller display, thicker body, slightly less powerful processor and a higher price than its predecessor, the Nokia 5.4 is a tough sell indeed.

The phone camera war: With Hasselblad tuning, OnePlus shoots for top tier

As prices for the company's flagship prices have risen, so has the need for it to challenge the industry's best imaging capabilities in order to reach beyond its loyal core of users.

Apple’s WWDC 2021 starts June 7 as an online-only event

The annual developer conference is where we expect to see Apple unveil iOS 15, iPadOS 15, TVOS15, WatchOS 8, and MacOS 12.

Facebook vs. Google: Similar models, diverging perspectives

The two kings of internet advertising have employed different strategies in addressing recent threats, moves that indicate a growing shift in business focuses.

PayPal enables crypto payments for select online purchases

Checkout with Crypto lets customers sell cryptocurrency through PayPal to fund select online purchases as part of the checkout flow.

Okta and Cloudentity partner to drive open banking

The partnership fits into Okta's plans to grow the consumer-facing portion of its identity-management business.

Databases, graphs, and GraphQL: The past, present, and future

GraphQL was never conceived as a query language for databases. Yet, it's increasingly being used for this purpose. Here's why, and how.

ChekMarc: A social media platform for good deeds

The reputations of online communities are in the dumpster but ChekMarc seeks to change that by encouraging people to help each other -- wherever they live.

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