Cloudflare goes live with Workers Unbound for serverless apps that need...

Cloudflare has opened its Workers Unbound service for general availability, expanding its serverless execution environment with more capabilities, catering for applications that...

Break point: Visual Studio previews, Puppet moves, Amazon trains, and Tecton...

Microsoft has opened Visual Studio v16.10 preview 2 to the world and its dog. This pre-release version adds a number of new...

CUDA be a contender: Release 11.3 of Nvidia’s GPU developer toolkit...

Nivida has released CUDA 11.3, the latest release of its developer toolkit for building applications using its GPUs, with a focus on...

Federated learning and time series are elementary in IBM Watson

IBM is making updates to Watson AI technologies for business, including the addition of support for federated learning and time series capabilities...

Break point: Node.js 16, Ambasador Labs, Redis, Red Hat Satellite 6.9...

Node.js 16 was released this week, with highlights being support for Apple Silicon and the V8 JavaScript engine getting updated to version...

Mozilla promotes Pyodide as independent project to put Python in a...

Mozilla has spun out Pyodide as an independent community-driven project aimed at enabling Python to run in the browser to support data...

Red Hat reveals OpenShift Platform Plus, adds managed cloud services to...

Red Hat has unveiled OpenShift Platform Plus, an updated version of the firm’s enterprise application platform that adds Kubernetes-native security capabilities. The...

Break point: Kasten ransomware protection, IBM storage, Bytecode Alliance, GPUs in...

Kasten, a Kubernetes backup and disaster recovery specialist, has added ransomware protection to its latest release, Kasten K10 v4.0. This comes in...

Python programmers prepare for pumped-up performance

Python developers can look forward to faster implementations with the release of Pyston v2.2, while Facebook is developing its own internal implementation...