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Bob Lord, Twitter’s director of information security, said the site felt it needed to make the breach public to warn folks that their password may have to be changed due to the attack:This attack was not the work of amateurs, and we do not believe it was an isolated incident. The attackers were extremely sophisticated, and we believe other companies and organizations have also been recently similarly attacked.For that reason we felt that it was important to publicize this attack while we still gather information, and we are helping government and federal law enforcement in their effort to find and prosecute these attackers to make the Internet safer for all users.In Blighty, a man has been jailed for eight months for a campaign of revenge involving household cleaner Cillit Bang. The employee of market research firm Frost and Sullivan felt aggrieved that he hadn’t received a pay rise, so he repeatedly sprayed the stuff into the firm’s servers for three years, causing £32,000 of damage.On Saturday, June 30 2012, Mr Sobolewski was seen on the CCTV camera in the main server room at a time he should not have been in there at all.He entered into the room with a distinctive purple bottle of Cillit Bang and the following day he was seen spraying it into the computer grills and then wiping the excess fluid away with a cloth.

Sobolewski tried to get away with claiming he’d just been trying to clean the servers, but the CCTV footage was apparently damning enough for him to admit his guilt.And finally, while the White House may have crapped all over Star Wars fans‘ dreams of a real Death Star, that hasn’t deterred one plucky entrepreneur from going to Kickstarter to try to fund the 850 quadrillion-dollar monstrosity.While the anonymous visionary is cleverly disguising his true – possibly Dark Side – intentions by pretending the whole thing is a „joke“, he is quietly amassing the cash needed to protect/destroy our planet. The initial funding is set at £20m for „more detailed plans and enough chicken wire to protect reactor exhaust ports“.The stretch goal for full construction is obviously the necessary £543qn ($850qn). However, the anonymous designer might score some savings from using open-source hardware and software.Our unnamed (at least on the Kickstarter page anyway) Jedi/Sith remains frustratingly opaque in his Force affiliation when he says:

As soon as any of the cache methods are used, the system boots up much more quickly than the standard mechanical drive alone, though that’s no great surprise. The fact it’s a 30-second improvement is very impressive.Out of the two Cache SSDs I tested, Crucial’s Adrenaline comes out on top. The drive is based on the company’s m4 SSD, which uses the Marvell 88SS9174-BLD2 6Gb/s Sata controller chip. This gives the Crucial product a distinct advantage over Corsair’s Accelerator drive, which is based on a 3Gb/s Sata LSI SandForce SF-2181 controller. The Marvell chip also gives the Adrenaline the edge over the SanDisk Extreme SSD, which has another LSI SandForce controller, this time using the more advanced SF-2281.

The difference between the two modes offered by Intel’s Smart Response Technology is clearly show in CrystalDiskMark testing. Both modes show comparable read speeds – as they do in the various PCMark 07 tests, shown above. But it’s a different story with disk writes. The Maximum mode delivers write speeds way in excess of Enhanced mode, which is held back by the need to write data to the hard drive simultaneously, though the quid pro quo is a more flexible set-up.There are two sets of figures for the Corsair and SanDisk drives as they use a SandForce controller which hates incompressible data and likes compressible 1s and 0s.So is SSD caching a viable option? If you’re on a very limited budget or you just want to kick start your existing desktop system without the hassle of re-installing the OS or messing about with the Bios, then using a cache drive is undoubtedly the best way to go to get an instant performance boost without spending too much money or putting you to too much effort.

However, if you are building a system from scratch then the 120/128GB SSD for the OS and applications, and a separate high-capacity HDD for data makes more sense. This can still be a less expensive approach than a single, high-capacity SSD. If you’re using a motherboard with a compatibly Intel chipset, SRT likewise is a good, easy option that’s slightly slower than rival caches in some applications, slightly faster in others.A 64GB mSata SSD such as Crucial’s m4 will set you back a little more than £55, a tenner less than the 50GB Adrenaline cache drive, which is only warranted to work with Windows 7. Or rather the Dataplex software needed to make the the cache drives operate will only run under Windows 7. “If you wish to install Dataplex (in Windows 7 compatibility mode) on Windows 8, you do so at your own risk,” warns Nvelo. It is working on a Windows 8 version, but is giving no hints as to when it might be released.While you might think that SSD caching has had its day due to the relative cheapness of medium capacity drives, SSD drive manufacturers still think the concept has legs. In late 2012, for instance, Samsung acquired Nvelo. It clearly thinks there’s mileage in caching, and when this approach so clearly brings the benefits of SSD speed and the capacity advantage of HDD technology, Samsung is almost certainly right.

In a canny PR move, the team behind the Surface Pro has hosted a discussion on the internet forum Reddit to answer questions about Microsoft’s latest fondleslab.These kinds of online forum discussions are risky, since they can’t be tightly controlled. President Obama’s attempt came across as slick, while others have been fascinatingly honest, but the Microsoft team went into surprisingly open detail about the Surface Pro and Redmond’s thinking behind it.On the battery front, the team was unapologetic. The battery size was cut small enough to keep the fondleslab relatively thin and below 2lb (just) but it’s still able to power the Core i5 processor to its fullest potential.“If you compare it to say a MacBook Air, you will quickly see that pound for pound in battery size vs battery life, you will find optimizations that puts Surface best in its class,“ the team said.That said, the team hinted more than once that extra batteries could be built into covers for the tablet. The six connectors and twin ports on the base of the unit that use magnetic locking have been designed to allow high transfers of current, the team said.

„We haven’t announced what they are for but they aren’t an accident! At launch we talked about the ‚accessory spine‘ and hinted at future peripherals that can click in and do more. Those connectors look like can carry more current than the pogo pins, don’t they?“If you want all-day battery life, then go for the Surface RT, the team advised. But the Pro is a fully functional laptop with a tablet form factor, and as such it has to have the full Windows x86 code base – and that comes at a cost.Steven Bathiche, director of research in Microsoft’s Applied Sciences Group, said that in order to minimize the battery load for the tablet, the Surface Pro has software to make the processor power much more dynamic.“Surface Pro has the power when you need, but throttles down heavily when you don’t need it so that you can carry it around.. pound for pound it is the fastest most portable device out there,“ he claimed.He also said that Microsoft had used prototypes developed by Redmond’s research arm in the Surface Pro’s touch screen. This enabled them to bring the response time of touch controls down from 100ms to below 12ms and increase the pressure-sensitive capacity of finger and stylus operation.

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