Western Digital, Toshiba announce BiCS4 QLC flash
Up to 2.66TB per package.
Takes the fight to Intel.
Teases 'GeForce PC in the Cloud', too.
13-22 percent thanks to weak Pound.
Even as it drops Bitcoin support.
Trusted Computing reborn for the cloud.
Aims to head ARM off at the pass.
Halo's stats server software soon free.
Snags a chip for its new EC2 platform.
Passwords stolen from elsewhere.
Plans another appeal against foreign searches.
13-hour battery life, top-tier performance.
Foreign-held data not safe from US courts.
Sets out its argument against Microsoft.
Azure platform quadruples console's grunt.
AppliedMicro has announced the first 64-bit ARM-based 'server on a chip,' complete with full LAMP stack.
AMD has splashed out $334 million on microserver specialist and previous Intel fan SeaMicro.
Cloud gaming company OnLive is branching out into the professional realm with OnLive Desktop.
Amazon has added Nvidia's Tesla GPUs to its EC2 cloud computing service, allowing on-demand CUDA.
Cloud-based Evernote has admitted that some users lost data as a result of a hardware failure.
Both Apple and Twitter have announced large, custom data centres to improve their online offerings.
Onlive CEO Steve Perlman has said Onlive is a great place to demo new games.
Onlive launched in the US last week, allowing users to finally see how much per-game pricing was.
Gigabyte Cloud OC is a proprietary application that overclock with its latest remote controlling web-app.
BT has gained the exclusive rights to bundle Onlive in the UK.
Skyfire has launched a beta of a new browser for Android that brings support for Flash video.