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The Death Penalty on Display — Longreads Blog

At The Texas Observer, Robin Ross writes on the rise of dark tourism — the macabre fascination with the Huntsville’s Texas Prison Museum — site of America’s first lethal injection.

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HDS adds NAS and VMware Integration into its VSP

Hitachi Data Systems has announced new upgrades and additions to its Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform (VSP) G series portfolio designed to reduce the ongoing costs of traditional environments and exploit and monetize data, which is too often trapped in silos of technology. 44 more words


What Was Virtual Reality? — Longreads Blog

The stakes of inventing and occupying fictional worlds have always been high — which explains why we were so fascinated with virtual reality already in the 1990s, when the technology was still in its pre-infancy.

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NEC and DMIC Trust set up DMICDC Logistics Data Services

NEC Corporation and the DMIC Trust have formed a joint venture company, DMICDC Logistics Data Services Limited, for providing logistics visualization services in India. Both the companies hold 50% of the joint venture’s total capital of approximately 8 million Indian Rupees (INR). 61 more words


3Novices:Gumtree shaken by hack attack

Australian Gumtree users have had personal details stolen, with the popular online sales site admitting its security was compromised last weekend.
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Digital Transformation business unit by Honeywell to boost Industrial Internet of Things

Honeywell has come up with its new Digital Transformation business unit within Honeywell Process Solutions (HPS), focussed on technologies and industrial solutions to help manufacturers harness the… 49 more words


NI India supports Make in India programme

In support of the government’s Make in India programme, National Instruments (NI) India has launched the NI India Business Incubator Programme and announced expansion of their R&D Centre in India. 87 more words