IT news, IMB, chip, GF

It's said that IMB will sell its chip business to GF

20 October 2014
According to reliable sources, IMB has agreed to pay US$1.5 billion to chip manufacture enterprise Globalfoundries, to let it purchase the chip manufacture business that hasn't earned any profit.  However, IMB will also acquire properties worth US$200 million, which makes the net worth of this transaction US$1.3 billion. The company is planning to announce the transaction on Monday morning of the local date. IMB said in the statement that it will "reveal a big deal" on Monday.  The spokesman of Globalfoundries, Kevin Kimball, refused to comment on this Event. And the spokesman of IMB, James Sciales hasn't responded yet.  IMB said in a
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How to quickly end the software being installed?

15 October 2014
If you find that the software you are installing is not the software you want and you want to end the installation process, what should we do? Let me tell you an effective way to uninstall it and avoid you being misled and click to install the unwanted software. 
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Scientists expect that human "soul" can be written to a computer in 2020

29 September 2014
In 2020, we may have a "digital twin", relatives and friends can talk with it, go for dinner, especially after a person's death, his digital twins will still be with their families, to bring comfort to them.  Acceleration Research Foundation founder, futurist John Smart said, the next six years we will have a "digital twin", it can be programmed with some of the information content in advance, and even talk with others with someone’s behavioral characteristics. More importantly, in the future day, when a person's died, his "digital twin" can simulate the sound, emotions, special habits and ideas of the deceased,
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Update your Shellshock now!

26 September 2014
Update your software, your platform and things that matter your security, your privacy and much more. Or... Read up the full story from The first bot apparently designed to exploit the Shellshock bash bug has been discovered, and many more are expected to follow. The first malware apparently designed to exploit the devastating Shellshock vulnerability has been discovered online, and experts think it's the tip of the iceberg. Shellshock is a 25-year-old, but newly discovered flaw in software run on many Linux and Apple Mac computers. The US government has rated the security flaw 10/10 for severity, and given it a complexity rating
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Finally realized: Chromebook can now also run Android applications

16 September 2014
Abstract: Chromebook start to get rid of "useless" role, because there are now finally some Android applications can run on Chrome OS, there are already four applications available. Another good news is that in the App Runtime for Chrome, the applications can run on Chrome OS without developers’ modifying.
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