9 Applications Combining Songs On Most Used Android

Technology not only acts as a necessity, but also entertainment. Laptops or PCs even already very meet the needs of people today. Equipped with applications that fit the needs, as if people no longer need anything. Many applications are available on the internet for those of you who love music. …

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux builds the foundation for the world’s fastest supercomputer(s) –

By Yan Fisher, global product marketing manager, Technical Computing, Red Hat Breaking records in computing benchmarks is nothing new to Red Hat – we’ve shownrepeatedly that Red Hat Enterprise Linux can break the mold when it comes to the standards of computing. Today, we’re pleased to extend these accomplishments to …

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Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2500 platform aims to capitalize on growing kids market

Smartwatches, fitness trackers, and other wearables haven’t received much love from the chip industry in a while. Many of the latest designs still run on processing year’s old hardware. Qualcomm has announced its first dedicated wearables chip since 2016 at Mobile World Congress Shanghai — the Snapdragon Wear 2500. It’s …

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Amazon adds cloudy Linux desktops to encourage developers to code for EC2 • The Register

Amazon Web Services has added a Linux option to its “WorkSpaces” desktop-as-a-service and pitched the offering as a fine way to develop apps for its own EC2 infrastructure-as-a-service. The new desktops run Amazon Linux 2 and includes Firefox, the Evolution email and calendar app, Pidgin for chat and Libre Office …

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New Snapdragon 632 and friends boost performance for the mid-range

Following this year’s first Snapdragon 845 devices and the launch of its super-mid-tier Snapdragon 700 series, Qualcomm is now refreshing its mid-range platform options to put a bit more pep in your next cost-effective smartphone. Today’s announcement includes the new octa-core Snapdragon 632 and two lower level entries with the …

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