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co.za Domain Space UPDATE

Get information about co.za domain name owner or registrant The ZACR company has made available a PROATIA Request from, FORM C, in terms PAIA, where anyone can request information about…

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ZA Domain Space Crisis

Do you even know who owns your co.za domain name? Can you verify it independently? (Answer: No) Can you check your own domain name at the central registry yourself? (Answer:…

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Huawei reveals new Open Source Operating system: Harmony

Huawei has revealed that they will release their own open source operating system called HARMONY. This means that the source code of Harmony will be available to anyone (no secrets)…

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South African Government Hacked

Multiple confirmed reports of scams and criminal activity originating from the Department of Justice has been received, verified and confirmed. More technical information below this report. Recipients received the following…

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Molecular neuromorphic computing device discovered

Reservoir computing devices are predicted as the next-generation artificial intelligence. Scientists developing  neuromorphic chips (silicon based chips that mimic brain structure) has, up to now, not been able to replicate…

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PC Shipments Grew For the First Time in Six Years

In US News, the research and consulting vendor, Gartner published the numbers of US PC shipments, by vendor for the second quarter of 2018. Quoted from the release: "Worldwide PC…

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SDA New Specification 985MB/sec up to 128TB SD Cards possible

The SD Association has released SD Express specification, which they call "a Revolutionary Innovation for SD Memory Cards"  From the press release: "The PCle interface delivering a 985 megabytes per…

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