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  • Intel’s Jasper Lake could launch early 2021

    Intel’s Jasper Lake could launch early 20210

    A leak via Fanless Tech has reported that Intel is preparing its Jasper Lake family of processors for entry-level laptops and fanless mini desktops, with eyes firmly set on an early 2021 launch. The report suggests that six different low power SKUs are being worked on right now, all utilising Intel’s 10nm Tremont architecture CPU

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  • Coronavirus latest news: Health Secretary blamed for early failings of Cobra

    Coronavirus latest news: Health Secretary blamed for early failings of Cobra0

    Meat giant Danish Crown announced on Saturday that it had closed a large slaughterhouse in Denmark after nearly 150 employees tested positive for coronavirus. The abattoir in Ringsted, about 30 miles from the capital Copenhagen, employs nearly 900 people and slaughters tens of thousands of pigs every week. Danish Crown said 120 employees tested positive in a first round of tests

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  • Trump campaign demands early September presidential debate

    Trump campaign demands early September presidential debate0

    The Independent employs reporters around the world to bring you truly independent journalism. To support us, please consider a contribution. Donald Trump‘s campaign has requested the first presidential debate ahead of November’s general election be rescheduled to early September if a fourth debate cannot be added to the schedule. A letter from the president’s personal attorney

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  • Walk or cycle to work to reduce early death

    Walk or cycle to work to reduce early death0

    People who walk, cycle and travel by train to work are at reduced risk of early death or illness compared with those who commute by car. These are the findings of a study of over 300,000 commuters in England and Wales, by researchers from Imperial College London and the University of Cambridge. The researchers say

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  • Ex-Microsoft Office chief reflects on early malware and the ‘global attack on the new Windows PC infrastructure’ • The Register

    Ex-Microsoft Office chief reflects on early malware and the ‘global attack on the new Windows PC infrastructure’ • The Register0

    Steven Sinofsky, Microsoft’s former Office and Windows chief, has recalled the impact of early viruses like WM/Concept.A, Melissa and ILOVEYOU, as well as early privacy debates centered on hidden GUIDs (globally unique identifiers) in Word documents. Sinofsky is writing a book on his time at Microsoft, currently titled Hardcore Software: Inside the Rise and Fall

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  • Early deployment of healthcare roles0

    The University of Bradford supports the NHS with an early deployment of 400 students and staff in frontline healthcare roles. Nurses, midwives and paramedics already on front line with more to follow, as part of national Covid-19 response20 April 2020 Four hundred midwives, paramedics and other healthcare students are taking up frontline healthcare roles as

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