AMD Opteron processors codenamed “Warsaw” provide upgrade path for AMD Open 3.0 Open Compute servers
AMD Business, January 22, 2014
AMD has been giving customers what they want since 2003 with our AMD OpteronTM
Series processors, one of the
industry’s most powerful, energy-efficient and cost-effective processors. Today, AMD continues to give enterprise
users what they want with two new AMD OpteronTM 6300 processors, codenamed “Warsaw”
that are optimized for the AMD
Open 3.0 Open Compute platform.
Global Warming “Denial” Hits a 6 Year High, Study Cries
DailyTech, January 20, 2014
Is the media conspiring to stoke alarmism or deny science? Shrill voices on each side can't decide.
When many temperature studies, including studies presented by the United Nations
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, indicate current global temperatures are cooler
than the vast majority of the past 4,000 years, and then an outlier study with quickly identified
serious flaws claims exactly the opposite,...
A single breathless report of impending global warming doom is going to rope in more viewers and
readers than a whole collection of reports explaining that current temperatures are actually quite
cool in historical perspective.
...it is no secret that the media drifts left on many issues, and drifts left on environmental issues in particular.
For the past decade, I have had this notion that there must be a Cybersecurity Canon: a list of
must-read books where the content is timeless, genuinely represents an aspect of the community
that is true and precise and that, if not read, leaves a hole in cybersecurity professional’s education.
Intel hopes the next generation of smart, wearable devices will be powered by Edison, its 22mm
Quark-based computer housed in a SD card form factor. Available in the middle of 2014,
Krzanich said he believes Edison will “enable rapid innovation and product development.”
Over the last decade, pretty much every arm of American authority invoked “homeland security” as an
excuse to acquire boatloads of new technology, and used it to help expand their power and authority
to unprecedented levels. There is nothing at all exceptional about the NSA’s massive overreach. It
was only keeping up with the Joneses -- FBI, DEA, Border Patrol, police forces everywhere -- who have
all been busy doing exactly the same thing.