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 Sunday, 11-November-2012  10:35:17 (GMT +10) - by Agg

Today is Remembrance Day - lest we forget. The day was specifically dedicated by King George V on 7 November 1919 as a day of remembrance for members of the armed forces who were killed during World War I.

An Australian tech blogger has been required to take down Toshiba manuals on copyright grounds. Since I was first contacted by Toshiba Australia’s legal department, I have been attempting to discuss with them the potential for me to continue to share their laptop service manuals on my site. Their flat and final response was “You do not have permission [to disseminate Toshiba copyright material] nor will it be granted to you in the foreseeable future.” As a result, all Toshiba material that was on my website is now gone, permanently.

Amazon will have a cloud datacentre in Sydney very soon. The Australian launch next week comes in advance of the global AWS customer and partner conference late this month. Partners expected the launch to boost cloud computing uptake among Australian enterprises that demand lower latency and faced data sovereignty concerns.

Anandtech took a look at Intel's NUC, or "next unit of computing".

Cray have a new supercomputer. Cray has just fired a nuclear salvo in the supercomputer wars with the launch of its XC30, a 100 petaflop-capable brute that can scale up to one million cores. Developed in conjunction with DARPA, the Cascade-codenamed system uses a new type of architecture called Aries interconnect and Intel Xeon E5-2600 processors to easily leapfrog its recent Titan sibling, the previous speed champ.

Supplanter spotted this familiar car for sale!

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