The content below is taken from the original ( RISC OS London Show Report 2021), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. After an online version last year, the London Show was back in person (with masks) at the Feltham Hotel. Doors opened at 11am. It was great […]

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VS Code in the browser – How to get the most from this across any platform!

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Empower an adaptive IT environment with Inside Azure for IT

The content below is taken from the original ( Empower an adaptive IT environment with Inside Azure for IT), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. In July, we announced Inside Azure for IT, an online technical skilling resource designed for cloud professionals to transform their IT operations […]

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Alibaba Cloud unveils home-spun 128-core Arm-powered server CPU

The content below is taken from the original ( Alibaba Cloud unveils home-spun 128-core Arm-powered server CPU), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. Also plans to open-source current XuanTie RISC-V cores and future designs Updated Alibaba Cloud has revealed a home-grown processor CPU for servers, based on […]

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Interesting new Application Launcher for RISC OS

The content below is taken from the original ( Interesting new Application Launcher for RISC OS), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. There is a new twitter user called @RISCOSOnGitHub which is showing some very interesting developments for RISC OS. One of the most exciting projects is […]

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Not just deprecated, but deleted: Google finally strips File Transfer Protocol code from Chrome browser

The content below is taken from the original ( Not just deprecated, but deleted: Google finally strips File Transfer Protocol code from Chrome browser), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. A death by a thousand cuts The Chromium team has finally done it – File Transfer Protocol […]

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Microsoft finally brings Visual Studio Code to the browser

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Brad Dickinson | Microsoft Launches Plumbago, A Paper App Competitor That Lets You Sketch & Handwrite Notes

Microsoft Launches Plumbago, A Paper App Competitor That Lets You Sketch & Handwrite Notes

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PlumbagoMain Microsoft’s Office suite already has a popular note-taking app with OneNote, but today the company is turning its attention to how note-taking should work on tablets that support stylus and touch-based input. The company has now released Plumbago, a digital notebook application for Windows 8.1 and 10 tablets that allows users to handwrite text, highlight, plus sketch and draw using… Read More