Month: July 2014

Thanks to Glass, More Productive, Durable Sun Cells are Possible

Cooling toward oneself more extended enduring and more proficient solar cells are inside range essentially by including a thin layer of glass.

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A paper distributed today in the online diary Optica plots a conceivable answer for better get to sun oriented vitality.

Online Security: Something that South Africans Don’t Trust

While South Africans accept that online retailers and administration suppliers have security frameworks set up to ensure against extortion, they still don’t believe them to secure personal and financial data from hackers.

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While South Africans accept that online retailers and administration suppliers have security frameworks set up to ensure against misrepresentation, they still don’t believe them to secure individual and monetary information from programmers.

Tech Companies with the Best Performance

BCG has recorded the top performing tech companies all over the world which have given back where it’s due average quality to speculators somewhere around 2009 and 2013.

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Another report by Boston Consulting Group (BCG) has recorded the top performing organizations over the world which has given back where it’s due normal quality to speculators somewhere around 2009 and 2013.

How Culprits in South Africa Destroy Mobile Networks to take Batteries

Culprits in South Africa are destroying mobile sites to get batteries which are kept at their sites.

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Mobile operators face numerous difficulties in South Africa – an absence of spectrum, poor ministerial and regulatory environments, and red tape easing off their system rollouts.

South Africa’s Supercomputer Champs Won, how did they win?

The South African team in the International Student Cluster challenge has won the competition for the second time in a row — here’s the way they did it.

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For the second year in a row, South Africa has won the International Supercomputing Conference (ISC) Student Cluster Competition, safeguarding our title as world supercomputing champions.

What to Expect with the New iPhone 6?

Apple has asked suppliers to make between 70 million and 80 million of its two anticipated big screen iPhones before the year is over, its biggest beginning creation run of iPhone’s, the Wall Street Journal reported, referring to individuals involved.

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Its gauge for the iPhones with 4.7-inch (11.9-cm) and 5.5-inch (14-cm) presentations is much bigger than the starting request a year ago of between 50 million and 60 million for iPhone 5s and 5c models, the individuals told the Journal.

Custom Silicon that works with Oracle Software Created by Intel

From last month’s confirmation at Structure of another adaptable chip stacked with a FPGA, Intel has dispatched a version of its Xeon E7 x2 processor that connects together with Oracle’s software to its hardware.

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Intel said on Thursday that it has made an modified construction of its Xeon E7 x2 processor that is made to work with Oracle software. The new chip will evidently consider better performing Oracle applications that can deal with a larger number of jobs than they could previously handle.

Google and Your Right to be Forgotten

To have a privately owned business settle on choices that influence the media through a hazy methodology is to welcome a lawful, moral and down to earth catastrophe.

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Which is more critical to you – your privilege to flexibility of communication or your privilege to protection? Would you rather control what is said in regards to you or the capacity to talk plainly about negative subjects? A captivating crash between these rights is presently happening in the European Union (EU).

The Big Battle of Smartphone Apps in South Africa

Four smartphone payment apps enter the ring, who’s going to make it out?

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Critic and Flickpay, mobile payment apps for smartphones created in South Africa, as of late reported their admission into the local market.

Is iPhone a Danger to National Security?

Chinese state media has marked Apple’s iPhone a danger to national security.

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Chinese state media on Friday, 11 July 2014, marked Apple’s iPhone a danger to national security as a result of the cell phone’s capacity to track and time-stamp user’s location.