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Fujitsu’s revenue and profitability deteriorates in 3Q14 as the vendor struggles to differentiate

By Stephen Belanger, Research Analyst

In 3Q14 Fujitsu’s corporate revenue declined 7.2% year-to-year in U.S. dollars to $10.8 billion following two consecutive quarters of year-to-year growth. 896 more words

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Coding

There has been a lot of discussion about the computing curriculum in England, but there are so many brilliant resources out there that all pupils should be able to learn the basics quickly. 300 more words

Tutors needed in Leicester city centre

The WEA 101 Branch is urgently seeking tutors for their programme, on site and across the city.  Subjects include:

  • computing (accredited and non accredited)
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Protect Your Tech

The book I read to research this post was Protect Your Tech by Michelle Slade et al which is a very good book that I read at kindle unlimited. 381 more words

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History of Computing Technology - A Salute!

In that very same year, the Algol language was produced. This ended up being the mommy of the Pascal language, C and C++, and likewise Java.Throughout the distinction engine’s period, the equipments had to be altered by hand which would then result into the computations being made. 562 more words

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Optical Computing At a Speed of light

By 2020, you could have an exascale speed-of-light optical computer on your desktop

Optalysys, a UK technology company, says it’s on-target to demonstrate a novel optical computer, which performs calculations at the speed of light, in January 2015. 657 more words

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Cryogenic on-chip quantum electron cooling leads towards computers that consume 10x less pow

Cryogenic Technology Helps Improve Cooling And Reduce Power Consumption of Computers

Researchers at UT Arlington have created the first electronic device that can cool electrons to -228 degrees Celsius (-375F), without any kind of external cooling. 468 more words

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