Germany draws up a list of rules and recommendations to make routers safer
The German government has drawn up a proposal for rules on the security of routers for use in small offices and homes. The controls are composed by router providers, German telecom providers and the German hardware community.
Once these have been approved, router manufacturers must abide by these r... Read more
IBM: ‘Our techniques can solve limits in chip development’.
IBM has created materials and processes that can help improve the efficiency of the production of 7nm and smaller chips. That's what ZDNet reports. This is intended to transcend the limits of chip development.
Big Blue researchers are working on challenges in the emerging field of area-selective de... Read more
‘Samsung is coming up next year with 6.7-inch phone with six camera lenses’.
Samsung plans to release four new Galaxy S devices next year. Among them, according to the latest rumours, is a smartphone that is not only huge, but also gets six camera lenses. A record for smartphones, because currently five camera lenses is the maximum.
That's what the Wall Street Journal report... Read more
Ultimaker comes up with new material profiles for 3D printers
Ultimaker announces new material profiles in Ultimaker Cura 3.6. The new version of the print preparation software offers, among other things, a marketplace where users can download print profiles.
These material profiles are fully optimized for Ultimaker 3D printers. This eliminates the need for en... Read more
Samsung’s foldable smartphone targets a target price of $1,770.
Last week, Samsung finally showed its flexible smartphone to the world. Since then, a lot of details have become known about the screen quality. Today, the target price that Samsung is aiming for was also announced: $1,770.
Samsung finally showed the first version of its flexible smartphone last wee... Read more
PC manufacturers victim of postponement Windows 10 October 2018 Update
The further evolution of the Windows 10 October 2018 Update has been in limbo for several weeks now. After Microsoft was forced to revoke the update shortly after launch, there is still no news of a new launch date. This is a problem for PC manufacturers who are bringing new hardware to market this ... Read more
Panasonic launches Toughbook-as-a-Service
Panasonic launches in collaboration with digital service provider Econocom Toughbook-as-a-Service (TaaS). The service makes it possible to purchase robust tablets, handhelds and notebooks for a fixed monthly fee. The new service makes manufacturer's Toughbooks and Toughpads more accessible and affor... Read more
Intel joins open source code of conduct Contributor Covenant
All Intel open source projects will now comply with the Contributor Covenant. This is a code of conduct from 2014, which encourages participants to use a common language and to promote the participation of people around the world. That's what ZDNet reports.
Coraline Ada Ehmke wrote the Contributor C... Read more
Microsoft comes up with new Surface Go variant
When Microsoft introduced Surface Go tablets earlier this year, it offered two options. Last week a third option was added without too much publicity. Whether this version of the device is also available in the Netherlands remains to be seen.
At launch, the Surface Go tablet was available in two var... Read more
Cisco launches new headsets with Cisco Headset 500 Series
Cisco has announced its own headsets with the Cisco Headset 500 Series. This is a selection of mobile headsets, specially designed to avoid distractions in a business environment. That's what UC Today reports.
The headsets are specifically designed to connect people to the benefits of the Cisco netw... Read more