WD’s newest 1TB drive only costs $249

Western Digital aims to capture the solid-state drive (SSD) market again with the Black SN750, it’s fastest and cheapest NVMe drive yet. Featuring sequential read speeds up to 3,470MB/s and sequential writes up to 3,000 MB/s, the 1TB WD Black SN750 is now available for only $249 (about £190, AU$350). …

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Twitter bug made private tweets public for years

Twitter has admitted it discovered a bug that made users’ private tweets public. Twitter’s disclosure of the issue explains how if you had a private Twitter profile, with the “Protect your Tweets” setting enabled, but then used the Twitter Android app and changed certain account settings (such as changing your …

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What is 4K resolution? Our guide to 4K and Ultra HD displays

4K Ultra HD: the resolution giving you more pixels than ever in your home television. Remember when Full HD seemed like the sharpest picture you could get? With four times as many pixels as HD, 4K resolution has completely changed the level of visual detail and clarity we’ve come to …

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Far Cry New Dawn: release date, news and trailers

Hot on the heels of Far Cry 5 – which only released in March 2018 – Ubisoft has revealed it’s already working on the next entry in the Far Cry series entitled Far Cry New Dawn. The new game was teased in a post-apocalyptic trailer which stated that the worldwide …

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Vodafone and IBM team up for digital transformation push

Vodafone Business and IBM are creating a new joint-venture to help drive digital transformation among their customers and to create new services that combine their respective strengths. As part of the agreement, Vodafone Business customers will have access to IBM’s portfolio of cloud services, giving them access to multi-cloud technology …

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Intel: Why we’re so much more than PCs

With much of the focus at CES 2019 given to gadgets or toys that may never amount to much beyond some January headlines, it’s important to remember that the show is also a chance for the true superpowers of technology to show off their hard work. Intel’s stand was one …

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The growing importance of network segmentation, for everyday business

The sheer size of modern corporate networks makes it increasingly difficult for companies to manage the complexity that comes alongside it. As a result, cybercriminals are ideally positioned to take advantage of this increased attack surface, leaving businesses scrambling to safeguard their networks from targeted and automated attacks that penetrate …

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Microsoft gives up Cortana’s fight against Alexa and Google Assistant

Microsoft’s chief executive has admitted that Cortana isn’t being positioned to compete directly with the likes of Alexa or Google Assistant. Rather than aiming to rival these digital assistants, Satya Nadella takes the view that Cortana should be built to integrate with the competition, and for example, become a handy …

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