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Samsung Galaxy S7 and Note 5 tipped to join curved screen revolution


The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge have just been launched to pretty much unanimous critical acclaim but that hasn’t stopped Samsung from planning the Galaxy S7, and it looks like its next flagship smartphone will feature even more curves and flexibility. 175 more words

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This tiny fix from Sky will make your life better


Forget the election, forget the Apple Watch and the Galaxy S6, the only news today is that Sky’s finally heard the pain of its customers and reversed the order of the planner on the Sky+ box. 136 more words

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Samsung wants to boost Ultrabook storage with new SSDs


Samsung has extended its 3D V-NAND flash memory technology into a new pair of 3-bit 850 Evo SSDs designed to fit inside even the slimmest of Ultrabook PCs and may even find their way into Apple’s new… 295 more words

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You can actually buy OnePlus' tiny April Fools' Day drone


It’s April Fools’ Day and every man and his dog is trying to catch us out with their ludicrous and ‘hilarious’ joke product launches, but OnePlus has taken things a step further by actually… 201 more words

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Why big data is crude oil – while rich data is refined, and the ultimate in BI

Introduction and benefits of rich data

It’s talked up as being an epoch-defining change, but big data on its own is useless. Created by combining open, freely available data with data owned by both citizens and businesses, ‘rich data’ is a far more valuable commodity. 1,665 more words

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Why big data is crude oil – while rich data is refined, and the ultimate in BI

Introduction and benefits of rich data

It’s talked up as being an epoch-defining change, but big data on its own is useless. Created by combining open, freely available data with data owned by both citizens and businesses, ‘rich data’ is a far more valuable commodity. 1,665 more words

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Running apps in the cloud more than twice as expensive as mainframes


Can beasts from the past actually be part of the future of your enterprise setting? Despite all the buzz around cloud computing, IBM still believes that the mainframe has a future in some situations. 180 more words

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