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Amazon’s EC2 Gets High Memory Cluster Instances

January 24, 2013 Chris Crum

Amazon announced new High Memory Cluster instances for Amazon Web Services’ Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2). These are designed for memory-intensive applications, like in-memory analytics, databases, caching, and scientific computing, the company says.

Recent Update Makes Chrome Even Faster

November 14, 2012 Zach Walton

Speed might just be the most important element of any Web browser. Users expect to type in an address and get to a Web site with little to no delay. Out of all the browsers, Chrome is usually considered to be the speediest around, but now Google has some hard […]

Is The Upgrade To Windows 8 Worth It?

August 30, 2012 Zach Walton

Windows 8 upgrades will be coming to current Windows users on October 26. The question now is whether or not you should take Microsoft up on their fantastic offer to upgrade to the new OSfor only $39.99. Some doomsayers claim that Windows 8 will be bad for everyone, but it’s true value will be determined […]

Google Chrome Drops Support For H.264

January 13, 2011 Stefan Richter

It has only been a few minutes since the news of Google removing support for the H.264 video codec from Chrome in favour of WebM, a codec that Google open-sourced after their acquisition of On2, has been making the rounds. Is this significant? I guess it depends who you ask, […]

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