NanoPi R6S – Rockchip RK3588S Router and Mini PC with Dual 2.5GbE, GbE and… HDMI 2.1

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FriendlyELEC launched its sixth generation router with NanoPi R6S equipped with a Rockchip RK3588S processor, two 2.5GbE ports, one Gigabit Ethernet port and two USB interfaces. But the device won't be limited to router functions as it comes with 8GB RAM, 32GB eMMC flash and an HDMI 2.1 port that supports up to 8Kp60 video output, not to mention the...

Elon Musk’s takeover of Twitter has already encouraged the trolls

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It's been less than a day since Elon Musk launched Twitter, but his move to the top of the company is already having an impact on the platform. Following the news that the deal had closed and that he had begun laying off some of the company's executive staff, some groups chose to test Twitter's moderation policies. The Washington...

The eFPGA IP core is now available on a 7 nm technology node

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Flex Logix Technologies, Inc. announced that it has completed porting and delivered EFLX4K eFPGA IP core, both Logic and DSP versions, on TSMC's 7nm technology to its leading customer for integration into a production ASIC. By providing eFPGA technology at 7nm with the flagship foundry, customers can now develop devices with an integrated FPGA that can be...

Working on Forterra Factory’s investment of £ 27 million

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Forterra construction manufacturer reached the first milestone of its £ 27 million investment in Staffordshire when the destruction of its Wilnecote factory began. The destruction of the 30-year-old factory will make room for a newly modernized facility, bringing it into line with current standards of efficiency and sustainability. The reconstruction project will include the installation of a new furnace,...

EVOS makes charging easy for Body Corporates

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As demand grows for answers to layer loading issues, EVOS offers a simple solution. “EVOS uses its Australian made and designed AC chargers, Grid Integration Device (GID) and Vehicle Integration Devices (VID) to create a system that simply enables layers of communities to provide EV charging for its passengers. The rich data that EVOS collects from the...

Agencies should not simply trust software vendors’ security assurances, IG warns

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A key adviser to the National Institute of Standards and Technology expressed skepticism at a recent meeting about a policy that encourages agencies to accept the security promises of software vendors. The sentiment may be widely felt but rarely expressed by individual federal officials, and has sparked discussion about what might come next in the administration's efforts to avoid...

Leaked RTX 4080 12GB benchmarks seemingly vindicate Nvidia’s withdrawal

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According to a publication in Chiphell Forums, one of its users was able to benchmark Nvidia's now-cancelled RTX 4080 12GB graphics cards. Unfortunately, performance was very poor for an RTX 4080-class GPU, with 3DMak Fire Strike and TimeSpy results only matching Nvidia's Ampere-based RTX 3080 12GB. This performance is disappointing considering that the RTX 4080 12GB was...

Business Continuity After a Pandemic by Craig Patterson – SVP of Global Channels, Aryaka – TECHNOLOGY RESELLER

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We don't need to hear another statistic about the remote or hybrid workforce. It's real and it's here to stay. What the channel needs to start talking to customers about is how to ensure that the next "disaster" is mitigated as much as possible. Whether the problem is local, like a network outage, something technical, like...

🎙️ Driving at Five with Dan Taylor and Robin Waters with Fiona Alston – Episode 12

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Well, well, well, well. Today is Robin's birthday and he is back in Brussels after hosting an event here in London. Meanwhile, Tech.eu 'interim' writer Fiona Alston sits down and shares her thoughts and opinions on the news that caught her eye this week. 🇪🇺 First, Bill Gates supports a new European coalition to expand clean technologies 🇫🇷 The...

Wildfires are an added challenge for LA mountain lions

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This article was originally presented on High Country News. On November 8, 2018, faulty electrical equipment in California's Woolsey Valley sparked a wildfire that engulfed the Santa Monica Mountains. The Woolsey Fire burned nearly 100,000 acres of land in the western edge of the greater Los Angeles area, destroying more than...