Wednesday, February, 20, 2019 11:36:28

Category: Tech

MongoDB shares collapses after Amazon launches new cloud services

MongoDB stocks closed at 13% after Amazon Web Services (AWS) introduced Amazon DocumentDB. The move stirred controversies as Amazon faces criticism for cloning other companies’ products. Listed as world’s most valuable public company, Amazon recently announced that it has launched a new cloud-based database software. …

NSF and Internet2 aiming to accelerate science using cloud computing

Reports confirm that the National Science Foundation (NSF) has inked a new cooperative agreement with nonprofit computer networking consortium Internet2. The collaboration is supposedly aimed at partnering with providers of commercial cloud computing and to support scientific applications in new, more effective uses of the …

AMD readies ray-tracing cards to compete with NVIDIA GPUs in 2019

 AMD plans to outcompete rival NVIDIA’s premium graphics card lineup with its 7nm GPU architecture.  AMD is working on incorporating ray tracing technology into its cards. Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD), a California-based semiconductor company would reportedly be giving serious competition to fellow Silicon Valley …

New Zealand blocks Huawei’s 5G equipment over spying concerns

China’s renowned telecom firm, Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., has recently been blocked from supplying equipments for its upcoming 5G phone network in New Zealand, over the growing concerns of Chinese surveillance. Sources cite that the move comes after New Zealand’s Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB) warned the …