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Agility 4 SSD from OCZ announced, already in stock at $150

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SSD makers often try to wow us with raw MB/S, but OCZ is talking up "enterprise-level" reliability, ops per second, and throughput equally with its new SATA III 6Gbps Agility 4. The 64GB / 128GB / 256GB / 512GB drives -- with Marvell-built Indilinx Everest 2 controllers -- have...
Agility 4 SSD from OCZ announced, already in stock at $150

Amazon gives DynamoDB a performance boost

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Amazon Web Services is improving the performance of its DynamoDB database service with Parallel Scan, which gives users faster access to their tables. DynamoDB is a NoSQL database service that, like Amazon's other cloud services, promises to offload administration tasks while allowing enterprises to scale easily and pay only...
Amazon gives DynamoDB a performance boost

eBay reports $3.7B in Q1 2013 revenue, missing expectations even as PayPal revenue rose 18% to $1.5B

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Today eBay reported its first quarter financial performance, including revenue of $$3.7 billion, and non-GAAP earnings per share of $0.63. The street had expected earnings per share of $0.62, on revenue of 3.8 billion. The company had revenue in the Q1 2012 of $3.3 billion. In the final quarter of 2012,...
eBay reports $3.7B in Q1 2013 revenue, missing expectations even as PayPal revenue rose 18% to $1.5B
Hackers release modified T-Mobile carrier update file to amplify iPhone 5 cellular speeds (jailbreak unnecessary)

T-Mobile forges ahead with network upgrade, begins LTE-Advanced trials

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Back in February, T-Mobile announced a bold plan to rebuild its entire network infrastructure throughout 2012 to prepare for an LTE launch in 2013. Nearly half a year later, T-Mobile has issued a status report on the project, saying it has made “great progress.”T-Mobile says that it has signed multi-year...
T-Mobile forges ahead with network upgrade, begins LTE-Advanced trials

Intel demonstrates WiGig inter-device connectivity

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Intel has demonstrated wireless docking using WiGig at the Intel Developers Forum. Also known as 802.11ad, the technology uses wireless speeds of up to 7Gbps to connect a monitor and various peripherals to a computer without the need for wires. Using the 60GHz band, it has a throughput multiple times...
Intel demonstrates WiGig inter-device connectivity

Google testing mysterious “entertainment device”, is it Google’s glasses?

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A report from GigaOM today noted Google is requesting permission from the Federal Communications Commission to test an unknown “entertainment device”. The trials will take place in the homes of Google employees, and see tests of the mystery device connecting to home electronic equipment over Bluetooth or WiFi to test...
Google testing mysterious “entertainment device”, is it Google’s glasses?

Wi-Fi Alliance to take over WiGig development, certification

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The long courtship between the Wi-Fi Alliance and the Wireless Gigabit Alliance, which promotes a fast wireless LAN technology that runs on very high frequencies, is set to end in marriage just a little too late for the International CES trade show next week. Under a memorandum of understanding...
Wi-Fi Alliance to take over WiGig development, certification

Three-stream Wi-Fi hits the mark

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The rapid adoption of 802.11n has become a significant milestone in the history of wireless LANs. The MIMO-based technologies used in most 802.11n systems provide enough throughput, reliability, and rate vs. range performance to effectively remove the last major barriers to the broad adoption of WLANs in the enterprise....
Three-stream Wi-Fi hits the mark
Deutsche Telekom's fiber optic network hits 512Gbps in real-world test

Google’s indecipherable foray into consumer electronics

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In a very out-of-place about-face, it has emerged that Google is about to make its first foray into the realm of consumer electronics. It isn’t an Android phone, Google TV, or Chromebook, however — no, Google’s first in-house device will be… a home entertainment system.Now, this doesn’t come as a...
Google’s indecipherable foray into consumer electronics

New Wi-Fi standard means better vehicle support, improved cell handoff

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The ubiquitous Wi-Fi standard officially improved on Monday, with the IEEE publishing its fourth revision to 802.11. The updates include faster throughput, improved cellular hand-offs, and better communication between vehicles in addition to other improvements. Once considered a secondary connection compared to wired Ethernet, Wi-Fi is becoming a dominant wireless protocol...
New Wi-Fi standard means better vehicle support, improved cell handoff

Scoop: Deutsche Telekom dives into multi-cloud management with NetOptimize

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Deutsche Telekom (DT) hasn’t announced this one yet, but the German communications giant is getting into the cloud multi-sourcing business. The website for two new services is already live: they’re called NetAnalyze and NetOptimize, and the focus seems to be on content delivery. While public cloud services, including content delivery...
Scoop: Deutsche Telekom dives into multi-cloud management with NetOptimize

Don't touch that dial: How YouTube is bringing adaptive streaming to mobile, TVs

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Have you ever played with the settings of a YouTube video to make it look better? YouTube Mobile and TV engineering head Andy Berkheimer would like you stop doing that. Don’t touch that dial: YouTube’s adaptive bitrate streaming makes manual adjustments unnecessary.Berkheimer headed a project last year that brought adaptive...
Don't touch that dial: How YouTube is bringing adaptive streaming to mobile, TVs

Sprint 4G LTE launches... with 3G speeds

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Yesterday, Sprint formally switched on 4G LTE in 12 cities. With the launch of LTE in these 12 cities, Sprint LTE devices will finally be worth the money used to purchase them… Or will they?Unlike a normal launch, Sprint chose to make a video to announce the launch of 4G...
Sprint 4G LTE launches... with 3G speeds
The future of USB 3.0 coming mid-year with data speeds doubling to 10Gbps

Google Should Be Terrified Of These 11 Startups (GOOG)

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Google is in a pretty good position right now. It's by a very wide margin the best search engine on the market, and it's charging into other spaces like payments and music. But those sectors are ripe for disruption, and all it takes is a good idea from a startup...
Google Should Be Terrified Of These 11 Startups (GOOG)

Adoption of DDR4 memory facing delays

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The memory market is feeling the effects of a fall in PC shipments with the subsequent stabilization of DRAM prices, which industry observers say will delay the wide adoption of the upcoming DRAM called DDR4.The latest PCs and servers come with DDR3 SDRAM and mobile devices have just started...
Adoption of DDR4 memory facing delays

What’s the mysterious new entertainment device that Google is testing?

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GigaOm today uncovered a pretty interesting tidbit about Google’s plans to test a new Wi-Fi and Bluetooth-enabled entertainment device in the homes of Google employees through July 17. The tests are to take place in Mountain View, California; New York, Cambridge, Massachusetts and Los Angeles. Reporter Stacey Higginbotham wonders if the application...
What’s the mysterious new entertainment device that Google is testing?

Engineers Struggle to Move Mobile Video Without Ruining It

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Intel, Cisco and Verizon are pouring $3.3 million into research at five prominent Universities to improve video delivery over wireless networks. The first goal of the Video Aware Wireless Networks (VAWN) program? Find a good way to measure mobile video quality. Understanding Video Quality As consumers watch ever increasing amounts of...
Engineers Struggle to Move Mobile Video Without Ruining It

HTC EVO 4G: Sprint’s First WiMAX Phone

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Sprint let some hot news fly at CTIA today: The first commercially available phone that will support the WiMAX next-generation cell network will be the HTC EVO 4G. It’s a powerhouse of a phone, running a 1GHz processor even more powerful than what’s under the hood of the Nexus...
HTC EVO 4G: Sprint’s First WiMAX Phone

Satellite web surfing at 40Mbps with ViaSat SurfBeam 2 Pro (video)

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If you've been relying on a satellite modem for your daily dose of the Internet, you're probably all too familiar with sub-1Mbps download speeds and an overall painful experience. That's exactly why we've been so impressed with ViaSat and its new 12Mbps down, 3Mbps up Exede residential satellite broadband...
Satellite web surfing at 40Mbps with ViaSat SurfBeam 2 Pro (video)

Google testing Google-manufactured personal communication device

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Google is testing its own "next generation personal communication device," according to a document submitted to the FCC. Google is seeking the FCC's permission to test the device outside its labs on Bluetooth and WiFi networks in and around the homes of 102 Google employees. The 102 prototypes will...
Google testing Google-manufactured personal communication device

IBM bets $1 billion on Flash storage

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The hard drive will soon be dead, at least for most uses in the enterprise, IBM is betting. The company is undertaking a major strategic initiative -- and US$1 billion in research -- to make flash the prominent form of storage in most organizations.IBM has launched a line of...
IBM bets $1 billion on Flash storage

Amazon's Redshift Accelerates Data Warehouse As A Service

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Amazon continues to play the role of disrupter in the data marketplace, announcing a new data warehousing service that could blow the doors off existing data warehousing vendors in terms of price. The question is, will lower prices be enough to change the game? The announcement of the new Amazon...
Amazon's Redshift Accelerates Data Warehouse As A Service

Google makes 'next gen personal communications device,' is testing it in employee abodes

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We first heard about Google's foray into home-based hardware late last week, when it asked the FCC for Special Temporary Authority (STA) to have employees test an "entertainment device" in their homes (as opposed to a lab). According to the New York Times and Wall Street Journal, it's rumored...
Google makes 'next gen personal communications device,' is testing it in employee abodes

LTO-6 tape with up to 6.25TB capacity ships

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Tandberg Data, Imation and Fujifilm have announced separately that they are shipping the new LTO-6 tape drive technology offering up to 1.4TB per hour throughput....
LTO-6 tape with up to 6.25TB capacity ships

Dell, IBM Announce Servers With New Intel Xeon Chips

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Dell and IBM on Monday announced servers with Intel's latest Xeon server chips, which will bring faster throughput and memory allowing servers to take on more......
Dell, IBM Announce Servers With New Intel Xeon Chips

Drobo hits the turbo-boost with newly-launched 5N home NAS

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The five bay Drobo 5N. Drobo California-based Drobo today announced the launch of their new Drobo 5N five-bay NAS product. Ars has looked at Drobo's products before, and though we've been impressed with their ease of use, one thing that's always bothered us about the little black boxes has...
Drobo hits the turbo-boost with newly-launched 5N home NAS
Time Warner Cable says there's no consumer demand for gigabit internet
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