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IBM unveils Linux-only mainframes

IBM is introducing two Linux mainframe servers – called LinuxONE – which are the industry’s most powerful and secure enterprise servers.

Atlas Robot

Watch Google’s Atlas robot walking in the woods

Founder of Boston Dynamics, Marc Raibert, gives a demonstration of Atlas “out in the world”.


The robot with human reflexes

New human-machine interface keeps robot balanced, with human reflexes

Samsung 16TB

Monstrous 16TB solid state drive from Samsung

Samsung has announced the launch of its massive almost–16 Terabyte SSD.

Lenovo ThinkPad P50

New monster Lenovo laptops unveiled

Lenovo has unveiled its new ThinkPad P50 and P70 laptops, promising best-in-class speed, reliability, and visuals.


New Samsung chips means multi-terabyte SSDs for your home PC

The third-generation Vertical NAND flash memory chip from Samsung will push multi-terabyte SSD technology.

Intel i7 Skylake

Intel’s new Skylake i7 and i5 processors – SA pricing

Intel’s new Skylake i7 and i5 processors have received South African pricing.

Epson EcoTank

Epson EcoTank printers – say goodbye to ink cartridges

Epson is shaking up the printer industry with its new EcoTank printers, which can print for two years without refilling.


South Africa’s first computers

South Africa received its first computing device in 1921, with the country’s first real computer delivered to a brokerage firm in 1959. Here is a look at the country’s early computing history.

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Here is what happens to old hosting server hard drives

Hard drives used in hosting servers in data centres often contain sensitive information. Here is what happens to these hard drives when they become redundant.

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