Stands for “Double Data Rate.” It is an advanced version of SDRAM, a type of computer memory. DDR-SDRAM, sometimes called “SDRAM II,” can transfer data twice as fast as regular SDRAM chips. 38 more words
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Tinkering with some unrelated ideas …:
How would one go about setting Watson (Clone, III) to work on bug hunting ..?
Where the Beast would be fed all sorts of past code / code patterns (source~ or executable~, or whatever style you’d prefer) with known bugs / errors / exploits and the way in which they failed, and then have the Big W scan, e.g., Win10 source code and come up with a list (in this case, assuming sufficient storage ;-| ) of bug red flags. 123 more words
On June 3, E-Jan International, Mamoru Singapore and Kyocera Communication Systems Singapore will be hosting a free mini-seminar titled “Learning from the Penalty Case: the Singapore Personal Data Protection Act and Counter-measures” 147 more words