Now for the most interesting bit: successors of Stuxnet, stealthier than their ancestor, may still be lurking in some parts of Iran's nuclear infrastructure, says my well-informed source @Siemens.
The nice thing about this machine is 1) how quiet it is ( hums in a corner, while ventilating away in 30+ degrees celsius 2) its low power consumption: 80 to 84 Watts while running a Jenkins build job.
I know I will probably curse myself in a few years for having bought this machine, as the mobo has built-in obsolescence. Fujitsu even cry it out loud in their user manual, when mentioning the aluminum-electrolyte capacitors. Until then, it will have been my absolute workhorse.
The real value of Swift will be whether it can realistically be used anywhere but Apple's walled garden.
This could by answered with an emphatic "no".
as a result of NSA spying and Snowden's whistleblowing
Could anyone give us a sensible and argumented answer as to how a mere whistleblower's can cost the US economy that kind of money ?