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Desktop graphics card sales reach lowest point since 2005

TechSpot

In Jon Peddie's 2022 GPU market summary, Q3 shows the lowest desktop graphics card sales total since at least 2005. Like many other products, GPUs received a sales bump during 2020 and 2021 from remote-working customers, but the hangover looks especially hard for this market

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US schools have lost 24.5 million records in breaches since 2005

Tech Republic Security

A report from Comparitech found that since 2005 K–12 districts and colleges/universities have been attacked more than 1,300 times

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That fake GameCube handheld from 2005 is now real

TechSpot

His inspiration for the project comes from a mockup from 2005 (below) created by an unknown artist as a

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NASCAR driver advances to championship with a trick he learned in a 2005 video game

TechSpot

A NASCAR racer pulled off an incredible and dangerous maneuver over the weekend at the Xfinity 500 that scored him a spot in the championship. It involved running his car into the outside wall and flooring it over the finish line

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Needy and therapeutic robot toys - Trends in the Living Networks

Trends in the Living Networks

About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « Steps to corporate blogging | Main | The future of robots in an aging Japan » Needy and therapeutic robot toys Ross Dawson, December 26, 2005 4:17 PM US PT A group from New York University (NYU)’s Interactive Telecommunications program has come up with an intriguing idea that seems to have struck a chord.

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What is the future for newspapers? - Trends in the Living Networks

Trends in the Living Networks

About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « The heart of professional services strategy | Main | Best books of 2005 » What is the future for newspapers? Ross Dawson, November 30, 2005 10:16 PM US PT Newspaper circulation appears to be on a slippery slope , with over the last six months U.S.

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The sorry state of Australian corporate blogging - Trends in the Living Networks

Trends in the Living Networks

Read More Tracked on December 12, 2005 12:55 AM » I almost made it to the Informal lunch on Social Media inside the Enterprise from frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger I corresponded with Matt Moore recently and we set a time to meet up for lunch, which was scheduled. Read More Tracked on December 12, 2005 8:31 PM » [link] from "Whats next?", December 12, 2005 4:05 PM kevin said: Very good blog post.

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Investor relations and blogging - Trends in the Living Networks

Trends in the Living Networks

About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « Sell-side banks become consultants | Main | The Sony DRM debacle shows you can’t hide » Investor relations and blogging Ross Dawson, October 31, 2005 11:56 PM US PT Investor relations is the art of managing relationships with your investors.

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Sell-side banks become consultants - Trends in the Living Networks

Trends in the Living Networks

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Social networks, intelligence, and homeland security - Trends in the Living Networks

Trends in the Living Networks

About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « The future of public relations | Main | The cycle of media » Social networks, intelligence, and homeland security Ross Dawson, September 21, 2005 9:34 PM US PT Some of the more discreet applications of social network analysis that have greatly intensified over the last years are in government intelligence, law enforcement, and homeland security.

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Feeds Redirected

All Things Distributed

I have redirected the rss & atom feeds at weblogs.cs.cornell.edu to the their new home at [link] I used a permanent redirect so I am hoping that bloglines and other aggregators will eventually figure out that they should start polling those feeds directly instead of continue to be redirected by the old site

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The Return & The Move

All Things Distributed

A lot of things happened in that past months that were worthwhile writing about. New distributed systems and architectural insights, great conversations, new gadgets, good books, interesting articles and conferences, and some very cool new Amazon.com technologies (e.g. Mechanical Turk and the public access to Alexa). However I thought that it was appropriate to first move the weblog from the Cornell servers to a personal place

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Two Recommended Essayists

All Things Distributed

There are two online technology essay writers who I truly enjoy reading: Scott Berkun and Paul Graham. Paul is probably the more well known of the two given his Hacker and Painters book, but I think that both have a unique insights in the software industry and the development process.

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When is the next tech boom? - Trends in the Living Networks

Trends in the Living Networks

Ross Dawson, September 2, 2005 4:33 PM US PT The New York Times reports on increasing valuations for start-ups , with venture capitalists having to pay more to get into deals such as the recent rounds for the school social networking company Facebook and podcasting platform Odeo. September 20, 2005 9:19 PM Ross Dawson said: I also hope youre right Doug and Randal.

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India benefits from Research Process Outsourcing - Trends in the Living Networks

Trends in the Living Networks

About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « The bottom-up collaborative economy | Main | The gang of four » India benefits from Research Process Outsourcing Ross Dawson, August 23, 2005 4:32 PM US PT The excellent Knowledge@Wharton site of Wharton Business School has just published an in-depth special edition on Whats Driving Indias Rise as an R&D Hub?

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Fountainhead: Documenting IT Transformation Since 2005

Fountainhead

Documenting IT Transformation Since 2005. Well, it turns out that EMC IT has been documenting their process since about 2005. EMCs IT group has been virtualizing its infrastructure - and documenting the results - since 2005. Documenting IT Transformation Since 2005. skip to main | skip to sidebar. Fountainhead. Insights into Data Center Infrastructure, Virtualization, and Cloud Computing. Monday, September 19, 2011.

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Leveraging Organizational Knowledge: Open question: What does a flatter World mean in terms of organizational Knowledge Management?

Leveraging Organizational Knowledge

Leveraging your organisational knowledge relates to Knowledge Management, organisational learning, human capital development, social media/networks strategy, multi-channels Customer Relationships Management (CRM) 08 December 2005 Open question: What does a flatter World mean in terms of organizational Knowledge Management?

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Leveraging Organizational Knowledge: The Human Capital Formation

Leveraging Organizational Knowledge

Leveraging your organisational knowledge relates to Knowledge Management, organisational learning, human capital development, social media/networks strategy, multi-channels Customer Relationships Management (CRM) 12 December 2005 The Human Capital Formation Click on diagram to enlarge.

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Leveraging Organizational Knowledge: Becoming a Knowledge-driven Organization in response to more knowledgeable customers in the luxury market

Leveraging Organizational Knowledge

Leveraging your organisational knowledge relates to Knowledge Management, organisational learning, human capital development, social media/networks strategy, multi-channels Customer Relationships Management (CRM) 16 December 2005 Becoming a Knowledge-driven Organization in response to more knowledgeable customers in the luxury market Customers increasingly demand more personalized products and services.

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Leveraging Organizational Knowledge: Why all this fuss about KM now?

Leveraging Organizational Knowledge

Leveraging your organisational knowledge relates to Knowledge Management, organisational learning, human capital development, social media/networks strategy, multi-channels Customer Relationships Management (CRM) 05 December 2005 Why all this fuss about KM now? [link] Leveraging Organizational Knowledge This blog focuses on how to leverage the knowledge held, created, shared in an organizational context; with the objective of fostering creativity and innovation for competitive advantage.

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AI Murder Machine Kicks Air Force Pilot's Ass in DARPA's Simulated Dogfight Contest

GizModo VR

Anyone remember the 2005 sci-fi movie Stealth ? have we learned nothing from the 2005 military sci fi movie stealth usaf airplanes darpa air force war autonomous weapons us military semi autonomous weapons technology heron

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Next Week’s Partial Lunar Eclipse Will Be Longest for Next 648 Years

GizModo VR

lunar eclipse june 2012 lunar eclipse lunar observation units of time eclipses in science earthsky april 2005 lunar eclipse time

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2020 sees huge increase in records exposed in data breaches

Tech Republic Security

The number of breaches may have fallen, but the number of exposed records hit a high not seen since 2005, says Risk Based Security

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California tops states with highest number of data breaches and records lost

Tech Republic Security

A new compilation of data says the home of Hollywood and Silicon Valley has seen nearly 19 million records lost in attacks since 2005

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What Ever Happened to The Million Dollar Homepage?

TechSpot

In 2005, Alex Tew thought they were, and became a millionaire What are pixels? The display on your screen is made of them, but are they real estate?

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Celebrating 500 Posts on Driving Digital Transformation

Social, Agile and Transformation

I started this blog back in 2005 when a friend told me that my startup needed to be "plugged into the blogosphere." This is my 500th post on this blog, Social, Agile, and Transformation (and almost 700 across all websites), so I hope you will celebrate this milestone with me!

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Razer co-founder Robert "RazerGuy" Krakoff has died at 81

TechSpot

Razer at the time was a brand of Kärna, and wouldn't formally become a standalone company until 2005 after Krakoff and current CEO Min-Liang Tan bought the rights to the brand from the bankrupt entity

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Donald Glover and Phoebe Waller-Bridge Are Mr. and Mrs. Smith in a New Series for Amazon

GizModo VR

In a move straight out of our fanfic dreams, Fleabag ’s Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Childish Gambino himself Donald Glover will executive produce and star in a new series based on the 2005 movie Mr. and Mrs Smith for Amazon Prime.

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T-Mobile Modernizes its Data Analytics Platform

Information Week

T-Mobile was using the same analytics platform it had in 2005 when the iPhone was new and George W. Bush was president. Now, the mobile carrier has modernized

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From Age-Gating to Chapter Indexing – How YouTube Uses AI

Dataconomy

Since its inception in 2005, YouTube has grown into a tech behemoth. YouTube is the second-largest social media network and search engine on the planet, with over 2.3 billion active users.

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Google stored some passwords in plain text for fourteen years

CTOvision

The bug has been around since 2005, though Google says that it can’t find any evidence that anybody’s password was improperly accessed. In a blog post today, Google disclosed that it recently discovered a bug that caused some portion of G Suite users to have their passwords stored in plain text. It’s resetting any passwords […]. Artificial Intelligence News

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A new trailer for Starship Troopers: Terran Command has dropped

TechSpot

This won’t be the first video game based on Paul Verhoeven’s Starship Troopers; there was a real-time tactics title (Starship Troopers: Terran Ascendancy) released in 2000 and a FPS in 2005

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This robot's facial expressions are so lifelike it will make you cringe a little

TechSpot

United Kingdom startup Engineered Arts (EA; not to be confused with Electronic Arts) has been manufacturing humanoid robots since 2005, but its creations have come a long way since its early robotic puppets.

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Y: The Last Man Canceled at FX as Its First Season Nearly Ends

GizModo VR

Vaughan and Pia Guerra’s 2005 comic, has been canceled. FX’s adaptation of Y: The Last Man , based on Brian K. The announcement was made today by showrunner Eliza Clark, who said that FX on Hulu wouldn’t be going forward with a second season. Read more.

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Hong Kong's Disney+ Nuked an Episode of The Simpsons That Mocked Mao Zedong

GizModo VR

The irony gods have smiled upon us once again: After Disney+ made its long-awaited Hong Kong debut earlier this month, a 2005 episode of “The Simpsons” lampooning Chinese government censorship seems to have been discreetly scrubbed from the app in the region.

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Ex-Apple Engineer Says U.S. Government May Have Built a Top-Secret Geiger Counter Out of an iPod

GizModo VR

Back in 2005, before the iPhone, Apple purportedly helped a U.S. Department of Energy contractor modify a 5th-generation iPod to secretly record and store data.

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What Apple's Rumored Big Change Could Mean for the Future of the Mac

GizModo VR

Apple’s Mac computers have gone through just two major CPU architecture transitions in their entire history: moving from Motorola 68k to PowerPC processors in 1994, and then switching from PowerPC to Intel x86 chips in 2005.

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Constantine Was Rated R Mostly Because It Was Moody

GizModo VR

Constantine , the 2005 Keanu Reeves - starring adaptation of the Vertigo Comic, had a rough go of it at first.

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Capcom unveils Resident Evil 4 remake system requirements, new gameplay details

TechSpot

The new footage of the remake remains faithful to the original 2005 version but reveals many subtle changes along with a During a Halloween presentation this week, Capcom shed some light on the Resident Evil 4 remake and unveiled details for the expansion pack to last year's Resident Evil Village.

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Happy 15th Birthday Amazon S3 -- the service that started it all

All Things Distributed

When we took a hard look at our storage for the Amazon ecommerce web site in 2005, we realized that the majority of our data needed an object (or key-value) store. 15 years is a long time in the world of technology.

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A Console Modder Recreated a Classic Portable GameCube That Only Ever Existed Online as a Render

GizModo VR

It’s still no easy feat, but creating a realistic 3D render of a miniaturized console is nowhere near as difficult as building the real thing, but that didn’t stop YouTuber GingerOfOz from building a handheld portable GameCube based on nothing but a concept pic that’s been floating around the internet since 2005.

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Neil Gaiman's Anansi Boys Welcomes Whoopi Goldberg as the God of Birds

GizModo VR

Here’s some more casting news for the highly anticipated Amazon series based on the 2005 novel Anansi Boys from author Neil Gaiman : Whoopi Goldberg has been announced to play the book’s main antagonist, the God of Birds.

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The Timey-Wimey History of Doctor Who's Time War

GizModo VR

Those five words have hung over Doctor Who ever since it was revived in 2005: an earth-shattering conflict that saw the Doctor’s people, the Time Lords, pitted against the Daleks. The Last Great Time War.

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