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Past articles by Joel:

The dirty secret of high performance computing

Supercomputers are becoming ever more powerful, but at what cost? → Read More

One of the world's most popular programming languages is coming to Linux

The next Linux update will include support for Rust, a language popular in the development community. → Read More

Demand for HDDs is on the slide, but SSDs are caught up too

A slowdown in the sale of SSDs has caused a leading memory manufacturer to cut volume. → Read More

Why NetSuite isn't bothered about chasing Salesforce or any other competitor

Oracle NetSuite has said it has no intention of allowing the behavior of other vendors to dictate its product strategy. → Read More

Google is about to change the way you search

Google has set out plans to reorganize search results to ‘better reflect the way people explore’. → Read More

Dreamforce 2022 live: All the updates from the final day

We're bringing your all the latest product updates live from the third day of Dreamforce 2022. → Read More

Salesforce unveils its 'biggest innovation in 20 years'

Salesforce reveals new addition that hopes to remedy one of the biggest headaches for sales professionals. → Read More

Windows 11 2022 update brings Microsoft's grand security vision to fruition

Microsoft has rolled out a host of new security features alongside the latest Windows 11 update. → Read More

Slack's latest big update gives you new ways to work smart, not hard

Slack goes public with the latest addition to its popular collaboration platform. → Read More

Watch out, Zoom - Slack is here to eat your lunch

An upgrade for Slack could put it in even more direct competition with the likes of Zoom. → Read More

Microsoft is trying to eliminate one of the biggest video conferencing problems…with science

New Microsoft research could help compensate for problems created by the digital meeting format. → Read More

Microsoft 365 apps will now update themselves as if by magic

Microsoft 365 updates will now install even when your device is powered down. → Read More

Looking for a boot drive? Here's why you should go for an SSD, not an HDD

A new report on drive failure rate demonstrates why SSD boot drives are a better choice than HDD equivalents. → Read More

Intel CEO warns of more tough times ahead

Intel may exit more businesses as CEO predicts more potential future strife. → Read More

A whole new breed of SSDs is about to break through

A new set of standards sets the stage for a new category of SSDs, with computation handled on-board. → Read More

Sick of buying a new Android phone every few years? Help is on the way

New EU rules could extend the lifespan of your next Android phone by years. → Read More

More than one billion TikTok users exposed to 'one-click account hijacking'

A vulnerability in TikTok for Android put users at risk of account hijacking. → Read More

One of the best Microsoft Teams features is coming to more users

Microsoft Teams update will make a popular feature available to a new set of users. → Read More

Malicious Google Chrome extensions installed on more than one million devices

Cybercriminals are abusing browser extensions to conduct a large-scale scam. → Read More

Apple's quest to kill off the password is heading in the right direction

New figures suggest practically all customer accounts are set-up to benefit immediately from Apple Passkeys. → Read More