Weekend tech reading: Ivy Bridge architecture exposed


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Intel's Ivy Bridge architecture exposed Five years ago Intel announced its ambitious tick-tock release cadence. We were doubtful that Intel could pull off such an aggressive schedule but with the exception of…

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Cable companies should just be honest. They would prefer if their customers paid for the largest amount of bandwidth available, and then just check e-mail with it. That would be ideal.


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The problem with IIS that we had anyway is that windows server gets the same viruses that windows gets which are plentiful and you also cannot swap the hard drive out and into a new server should the server fail due to licensing/activation problems.