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Thursday Night News Catch-Up (5 Comments) (link)
 Thursday, 24-February-2022  22:03:39 (GMT +10) - by MUTMAN

Kingston lay claim to the overall fastest Phison E18 SSD ever made. What sets the KC3000 apart from the rest is that so far only Kingston is running its flash at 1,600 MT/s while the rest are running at 1,200 MT/s.

Meta have announced they are putting the finishing touches on the world's fastest AI supercomputer. RSC will enable new AI models that can learn from trillions of examples, understand hundreds of languages, and more.

Premium laptops have been getting thinner and lighter over the years, and one reason why is the removal of chunky ports. While the laptop itself does not have any ports, it does come with a "PortsHub" accessory that magnetically attaches to the back of the system. This is actually a wireless charger with built-in ports. According to Craob X, this has never been done before.

Telstra is set to invest up to $1.6 billion into a pair of fibre infrastructure projects, one for extra capacity and route diversity between capital cities, and the other to support a Viasat satellite system. It will enable express connectivity between capital cities up to 55Tbps per fibre pair capacity (over six times today’s typical capacity of 8.8Tbps per fibre pair).

Cops on a marijuana drug bust discover an illegal GPU And ASIC mining farm instead. Cryptocurrency mining is perfectly legal in Spain, but you’re naturally expected to pay for the electricity yourself. These crypto miners tapped into public electricity instead. The police agents initially thought the buildings were being used to cultivate marijuana, since both operations need lots of power. However, the massive cooling and ventilation equipment used led to other suspicions.

LethalCorpse found these videos of an interview with Rand Miller. Very cool Rand Miller chat on the technological limitations Cyan needed to overcome when making Myst. Looks like it's part of an extended interview, here.

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