Sebastian PopSoftpedia editor profile and article archive

I am not one to go to great lengths to build some sophisticated characterization. There really is nothing overly incredible to report about my life (really! I am not saying it just to reorient your attention from the awesome stuff). Suffice to say, I am a 24 year-old guy with a better than average grasp of English who can type fast and avoids typos most of the time.

I've been with Softpedia for over two years now, during which I got to see a lot of things happen, particularly on the technological side of the worldwide industry, since that's my focus here. If someone asked me for my favorite sort of news, I'd say it's when someone comes up with something either really unusual, like a robotic roach for instance, or when something really revolutionary gets invented, like a super chip or means to capture solar energy.

What I don't much fancy are bits about patent litigations. Seriously, you can patent anything, so when I see global intellectual property fights over, I don't know, whether or not icons have rounded edges, my face gets very closely familiar with either my palm or the surface of my desk.

And only the second part of that was hyperbole... mostly.

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AMD Demos Hadoop Big Data Software on ARM-Based Opteron A CPUs

AMD Demos Hadoop Big Data Software on ARM-Based Opteron A CPUs

by Sebastian Pop, 13:29 GMT
AMD finally puts its hat where its mouth is
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3D Printer with Larger than Usual Build Volume Debuts for $499 / €499 – Video

3D Printer with Larger than Usual Build Volume Debuts for $499 / €499

by Sebastian Pop, 08:20 GMT
The WPT 3D printer can work without a PC
 

AMD Radeon R9 380X Pirate Islands Graphics Card Becomes the First Based on 20nm

R9 380X "Fiji" will precede the flagship 390X "Bermuda" GPU by a fairly long amount of time, as could Treasure Island
by Sebastian Pop, 07:30 GMT
Seagate Releases HDDs of Up to 6 TB and Good Data Recovery

Seagate Releases HDDs of Up to 6 TB and Good Data Recovery

by Sebastian Pop, September 29th, 2014
The storage devices are made of surveillance applications
 
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