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Samsung's Galaxy S10 unveiling is February 20 and all it has to do is save the smartphone industry | ZDNet
I'm willing to bet that Samsung's Note 9 and Apple's iPhone XS, XR lineup hit the ceiling on smartphone prices.
smartphone  samsung  ovum  bubble2 
2 days ago by yorksranter
AWS warns against IoT for the sake of just sticking sensors on everything | ZDNet
"One of the hard learnings that we had to go through ... many of those [proof of concepts] never made it to production and the reason is, you never had a real reason, a business problem," he explained.
aws  iot  sense  ovum 
2 days ago by yorksranter
Microsoft's killer Windows 7 patch: Breaks networking, flags legit PCs as 'Not genuine' | ZDNet
As noted by AskWoody.com, Microsoft for some reason this week pushed the April update, KB971033, which was meant to help "confirm that the copy of Windows 7 that is running on your computer is genuine".
windows  manageddesktop  win7  patch  ovum 
6 days ago by yorksranter
Fire(cracker) sale at AWS: Up to 50% lopped off container compute engine Fargate • The Register
Yes, it is cheaper, but using Fargate for a predictably long-running task could still result in an unwelcome invoice compared to EC2 and a bit of planning.
fargate  cloud  aws  ovum  pricing 
7 days ago by yorksranter
How China’s Elite APT10 Hackers Stole the World’s Secrets | WIRED
The problem with using an MSP/MSSP to canalize your threats is of course that the MSSP has to have its shit together.
security  mssp  china  ovum  apt10 
7 days ago by yorksranter
The Mobile Network » Intel targets 40% mobile base station chipset share by 2022
Navin Shanoy, Exec VP and GM, Data Centre Group, Intel, said that the a new 10nm process chipset currently code named Snow Ridge, “is going to bring Intel architecture into a new place where it has never been before, the wireless base station market”. That would drive Intel’s market presence from “0%” just a few years ago to over 40% in 2022.
intel  mec  chips  5g  ovum 
8 days ago by yorksranter
AT&T decides 4G is now “5G,” starts issuing icon-changing software updates | Ars Technica
T-Mobile first rolled out carrier aggregation, 4x4 MIMO, and 256 QAM in 2016, and it still called its network "4G."
5g  4g  bullshit  att  ovum 
8 days ago by yorksranter
Samsung Q4 guidance
"That's following about 24 months of very, very aggressive growth," he said. "So, suddenly, what's happened is data center companies such as Amazon, Microsoft, Google ... these companies suddenly have enough memory, and they stopped ordering. And that has really been one of the major stumbling blocks for these memory companies."
capex  dram  chips  samsung  bubble2  ovum 
8 days ago by yorksranter
Screeech... DRAM! Weak demand hits memory-makers as they slam on CAPEX brakes – analyst • The Register
The DRAMeXchange research outfit has said annual DRAM capital expenditure (CAPEX) growth has gone negative for 2019 as Samsung, SK Hynix and Micron respond to weak seasonal demand in the first quarter and beyond.
indicator  ram  capex  economics  chips  ovum 
13 days ago by yorksranter
'Year-long' delay to UK 5G if we spike Huawei deals, say telcos • The Register
O2: We are free of Huawei. Well, sort of. Also O2: *buys 200 Huawei eNode-Bs*
huawei  5g  o2  ovum 
13 days ago by yorksranter
AT&T answers 5 questions about its mobile 5G service | FierceWireless
not much more than a commercial trial. interesting point about 100MHz channel and 2TR. 25%ish price premium over T-Mo
t-mobile  att  5g  ovum 
27 days ago by yorksranter
Akamai's CDN claims new record for peak traffic | FierceVideo
It's why more than 10 million people were able to simultaneously stream the Indian Premier League championship cricket match, and it's how earlier this year Akamai successfully absorbed the single-biggest recorded DDoS attack in history,” // you don't mess with the #akamafia
akamai  cdn  scalability  internet  ovum 
27 days ago by yorksranter

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