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How big is your Baan-DB (just Data AND Indexes)
0 - 200 GB
200 - 500 GB
500 - 800 GB
800 - 1200 GB
1200 - 1500 GB
1500 - 2000 GB
> 2000 GB
Total votes: 5

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PlayStation backs down in Fortnite cross-play row

BBC Technology News - 12 min 21 sec ago
Sony will begin to let PS4 gamers play against those using other consoles after pressure from fans.

Facebook Stories hit 300 million daily users - CNET - News - 46 min 32 sec ago
Not bad for a Snapchat copycat.

Sony PS4 gets Fortnite cross-play - CNET - News - 48 min 1 sec ago
Entering beta now.

Working Apple-1 sold at auction for $375,000

The Register - 49 min 51 sec ago
Hand soldered by the Steves

A rare Apple-1 computer was yesterday sold to an unknown bidder for $350,000, fetching $50,000 more than seller RR Auction first anticipated.…

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A lunar-exploration company needs some help with its moon mission.

Don't miss these insane SanDisk and WD storage deals - CNET - News - 54 min 58 sec ago
Today only, Amazon is having an amazing sale.

One cable, three connectors, lifetime warranty, 11 bucks - CNET - News - 56 min 25 sec ago
Anker's hydra-headed cord gives you Micro-USB, Lightning and USB-C plugs. Plus: Last chance to get one of my favorite three-in-one products.

Use of 'distracted boyfriend' meme in recruitment ad is sexist, watchdog rules - CNET - News - 58 min 52 sec ago
A Stockholm company was criticized for using the "gender-discriminatory" image.

Take the wheel, Arm tells its netbook-grade Cortex-A76 CPU: Now you're a robo-ride brain

The Register - 1 hour 18 min ago
Safety critical feature plugged into high-end processor design

Japanese chip designer Arm really doesn't want to be overtaken in the world of autonomous cars by the likes of Intel, Nvidia, and other rivals.…

Get 6 months of Kindle Unlimited for under $30 - CNET - News - 1 hour 28 min ago
That's 50 percent off this all-you-can-read service.

Can't read my... broker face: Premium Credit back online a week after cyber attack

The Register - 1 hour 52 min ago
Signs so far point to no data leak

UK-based insurance services firm Premium Credit has hauled itself back online following a malware-based attack that struck the business more than a week ago.…

Lifx Tile review: Multicolor Lifx Tiles are nifty, but the glitchy software drove us up the wall - CNET - Reviews - 1 hour 57 min ago
Glitchy software kills the appeal of these nifty, color-changing smart lights.

Android's evolution: From G1 to Pie - CNET - News - 2 hours 18 min ago
At 10 years old, Android now runs on over 2 billion active devices. Here's how far Google's mobile OS has come and where it's heading next.

Apple Watch Series 4 review: A bigger, better watchOS experience

Ars Technica - 2 hours 18 min ago

Enlarge (credit: Valentina Palladino)

The fourth iteration of the Apple Watch still looks like a tiny iPhone on your wrist, but for many, it was the most exciting device announced at Apple's event earlier this month. A larger screen, faster performance with improved sensors, fall detection, and ECG readings are just a few of the features that inspired quick interest in the Apple Watch Series 4. The steps forward in health monitoring alone point to a new era for Apple's wearable, and users who could benefit most from them have a compelling reason to shell out $399 or more for the Series 4.

Otherwise, the Series 4 is an amalgamation of small improvements that make a big difference in the Apple Watch experience. These improvements will attract new users to the Watch who have been waiting for a device that's up to their personal standards, and they will make existing Watch wearers question their happiness with the smartwatch currently on their wrists. But while the Series 4 represents the first major redesign of the Apple Watch since its birth, that alone doesn't make it an automatic upgrade for all Apple Watch users.

The hardware Models and pricing

The Apple Watch Series 4 comes in two sizes—40mm and 44mm—and as either a GPS-only device or a GPS-and-cellular device. The 40mm, GPS-only Series 4 Watch with an aluminum case starts at $399, and the GPS-and-cellular Watch of the same size starts at $499. The 44mm, GPS-only model starts at $429, and adding cellular ups the starting price to $529. Stainless steel cases are only available with GPS and cellular capabilities: a 40mm Watch costs $699 while a 44mm Watch costs $749.

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All the different Android versions through the years - CNET - News - 2 hours 18 min ago
From Cupcake to Pie, Android has acquired many tastes and features since its launch.

Tablet computer 'kills child' in car crash in Spain

BBC Technology News - 2 hours 28 min ago
The accident, in Spain, caused the tablet to strike the three-year-old's head, police say.

Google Maps battles your indecisiveness with group planning feature - CNET - News - 2 hours 29 min ago
Use shortlists and sharing to figure out what to do without a long string of messages.

TensorFlow, Keras, CNNs and more... at MCubed

The Register - 2 hours 32 min ago
El Reg’s AI and Machine Learning conference lands next month

Events We’ll be opening the doors at MCubed in just over two weeks time, but there’s still time to grab your space at The Register and Heise’s hype-free exploration of machine learning, AI and data science.…

Oh, and another thing, Qualcomm tells court: Apple handed Intel our chipping source code

The Register - 2 hours 34 min ago
Cupertino: If you've got any evidence, bring it

Qualcomm has attempted to add another accusation to its 2017 lawsuit against Apple – this time claiming to a San Diego court that Cupertino wasn't just careless with proprietary info, but that it stole "vast swathes" of data to pass over to Intel.…

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