Month: November 2018

What’s new in the ASP.Net Core 3.0 web framework

In the planned Version 3.0 release of its ASP.Net open source web framework, Microsoft will tighten up .Net Core integration, with users advised to think of ASP.Net Core as part of the .Net Core development platform.  ASP.Net Core is Microsoft’s cross-platform open source web framework that works with .Net Core, an open source subset of …

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NHS Scotland to move to Windows 10 in ‘landmark’ Microsoft deal

NHS Scotland has signed a “landmark agreement” with Microsoft that will see its entire estate moved onto Windows 10 over the next three years. Microsoft Office 365 software will also be deployed across NHS Scotland, meaning all 161,000 employees across the country’s health and care system will have access to the same platform. NHS Scotland said …

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Why Does Donald Attack & Lie About Science, Facts, Cleantech, & Investigators?

Clean Power Published on November 1st, 2018 | by Zachary Shahan November 1st, 2018 by Zachary Shahan  Let’s start off with a few things everyone can agree on (I think). Donald Trump frequently attacks investigators — at the FBI, in Robert Mueller’s special Department of Justice investigation team, and in the media. He has also …

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Ford, Volkswagen To Partner On Electric & Autonomous Cars

November 1st, 2018 by Steve Hanley  The world of automobile manufacturing is in flux, driven by the winds of change created by Elon Musk and his band of merry pranksters. Some established companies may disappear in the next decade, consigned to the dustbin of history along with such former brands as Packard, Plymouth, and Pontiac. …

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Top web browsers 2018: It's 'Groundhog Day' for IE and Edge

Microsoft’s browsers last month continued to slouch toward invisibility as the combined user share of Internet Explorer (IE) and Edge fell to yet another record low. According to California-based analytics company Net Applications, IE’s and Edge’s share dropped by a quarter of a percentage point in October, ending at 13.8%, a record for the century …

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Cisco ups the ante for 400G Ethernet with big-bandwidth data-center switches

Cisco is bringing high-speed Ethernet to the data center with four new switches it says will ultimately become the foundation of highdensity, intent-based networks. The new 400G Ethernet switches fall into two camps, two boxes in the Nexus 9000 family aimed at large-enterprise network customers and two in the 3400-S class targeted at high-bandwidth hyperscale …

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The WestWind24, A Pure Electric 24-Hour Endurance Race In Windy Western Denmark, Aims To Be World’s Largest

Clean Power Published on November 1st, 2018 | by Jesper Berggreen November 1st, 2018 by Jesper Berggreen  Out of nowhere — listening to my favorite Danish stand-up comedian Jan Gintberg being interviewed in a cozy Sunday morning radio show — he said he was going to initiate a 24-hour electric “Le Mans” in Denmark. Come …

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Review: Belkin aims for the enterprise with Boost Up wireless charging spot

Belkin has released a wireless charging pad that embeds into or under a table-top surface, enabling business users to charge up their Qi-enabled smartphones or tablets without searching the room for an outlet (or their briefcases for a charging cable). Single device charging pads offer modest convenience to consumers when placed on a desktop or …

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