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SOFTWARE & WEB DEVELOPMENT

Why Spectre demands more elegantly-coded software

Developing bloated software was almost excusable while processors were forever getting faster. That changed in January.

THREAT AND VULNERABILITY MANAGEMENT

Will open hardware race curb worrying chip vulnerability?...

There's a potential back-door built into every PC in your organisation, but perhaps not for much longer

   

MICROPROCESSOR

IBM chips away at x86 by targeting the new computing

With its latest Power8 processors IBM is capitalising on big changes to the computing order

INTERNET

News Roundup: Alexa on PCs, no Ara, and strict cars

A roundup of the week’s tech news including Chief Speed Officers, digital Labour, and IFA’s gizmos.

   

MICROPROCESSOR

Can Clive Sinclair’s nephew add a page to computer history?...

Nephew of UK computing pioneer Sir Clive Sinclair is a chip off old block as he embarks on microcomputer plan

WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES

Dutch startup Printr avoids Kickstarter pitfalls and secures...

We talk to Printr CEO, Douwe Bart Mulder, about post Kickstarter refinement and the future of 3D printing.

   

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

Wyse’s Windows terminals co-creator looks back over 20 years...

Jeff McNaught co-invented Windows thin clients and still sees a big future ahead for the technology

TECHNOLOGY PLANNING AND ANALYSIS

The wooden microchips and screens of the future

Professor Zhenqiang "Jack" Ma talks about the future of microchips

   

IT PLANNING & MANAGEMENT

This month in tech history: June – Alan Turing

Computer pioneer Alan Turing was born in June 1912, and committed suicide at the age of 41 in June 1954.

TECHNOLOGY PLANNING AND ANALYSIS

5 Reasons I’m chuffed by the UK’s new Colossus stamp

It is excellent to see Tommy Flowers’ invention get very public UK recognition from Royal Mail

   
   
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