Tag: computing

New Computer Architecture Inspired By The Human Brain Can Help Advance AI Tech

Researchers from IBM unveiled a new computing system architecture that is far more efficient than conventional von Neumann designs. The architecture is reportedly better equipped to handle loads of data from artificial intelligence.

October 4, 2018

Nucleic Acid Strands Show Basics Of Computing Operations Inside Mammalian Cells

Using nucleic acid strands, scientists demonstrated basic computing operations inside living mammalian cells in the laboratory. The technology aims to create an artificial sensing system that can control cell behavior in the presence of toxic or cancer invasion.

Life January 21, 2016

Moore's Law Turns 50: Alive And Very Much Kicking

Gordon Moore, Intel co-founder, is as surprised as anyone that his prediction regarding chip technology would be relevant and a driving force in processor development five decades after he made such a prediction.

Geek April 20, 2015

5 Videos To Help Shore Up PC Security

With computers being such a huge part of our lives, the security of data is becoming increasingly important. Many, however, don't know what to do in order to make sure data is safe. Here are five videos that can help.

Computers November 13, 2014

Glass might be the key to super-fast computers of the future. Here's why

Scientists have discovered a way to transmit and process computer data at lightning speed using material made from manipulated glass. It should take about 10 years before the technology is deployed to computers.

Computers November 11, 2014

Apple iMac with a 5K display: Is it worth the big bucks?

Apple has introduced the iMac with a Retina 5K display with a starting price of $2,499. While that may sound like a lot of money, read on to find out whether or not it's worth the expense.

Computers October 22, 2014

Holy Grail of the mobile device battery takes a big step closer to reality

Stanford researchers claim they're closer than ever to what would be the Holy Grail of battery power: creation of a pure lithium anode. Battery power is one of the top challenges with mobile computing devices and smartphones.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech July 28, 2014

Historic Kilby chip could fetch $2M at auction, may be oldest chip from pre-PC era

Christie's has announced it is selling a historic chip from one of the pioneers in miniaturization. It is expected to fetch $2 million.

Computers June 19, 2014

Dell debuts upgraded tablets, 2-in1 devices and all-in-one desktops

Dell releases upgraded versions of its Venue 7 and Venue 8 tablets. Coming too are new versions of the PC maker's 2-in-1 devices and an entry-level All-in-One desktop.

Computers June 2, 2014

Google Glass redefines the art of beta by making wanna-be Explorers pay for an early look

Google is now in 'beta' with Google Glass and banking on tech nerds to grab up its $1500 computing eye wear as it collects feedback. But there's more than one good reason to wait for the next gen-innovation: Samsung.

Wearable Tech May 15, 2014

Move over Google, Epson is truly first and second to market with computer eyewear

The second-gen Moverio BT-200 glasses work with Bluetooth, most Android apps and offers 2D or 3D images.

Wearable Tech May 7, 2014

Google offers potential Explorers a one-day opportunity to buy Glass

Been itching to get Google Glass? As long as you live in the U.S. and can complete the required online form, you have a shot.

Wearable Tech April 11, 2014

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