Ineda developing low power companion processors to increase battery life for wearables
Computer scientist reviews frontier technologies to determine fundamental limits of computer scaling
From their origins in the 1940s as sequestered, room-sized machines designed for military and scientific use, computers have made a rapid march into the mainstream, radically transforming industry, commerce, ...
MediaTek SoC to boost 64-bit Android devices
AMD reveals plans for 25x efficiency gains by 2020
Dish to become largest company to accept bitcoin
Dish Network Corp. says it will become the largest company yet to accept payment in bitcoin.
IBM tackles big data challenges with open server innovation model
IBM today debuted new Power Systems servers that allow data centers to manage staggering data requirements with unprecedented speed, all built on an open server platform. In a move that sharply contrasts ...
Intel, SGI test 3M fluids for cooling effects
Clean reviews preceded Target's data breach, and others
Trustwave Holdings gave Target Corp. the green light on payment card security last September, just weeks before malware installed on the retailer's networks began sucking up customer information in a mega data heist.
3.253 seconds: Robot solves Rubik's Cube in record time at Birmingham fair (w/ video)
D-Wave chip passes rigorous tests
With cutting-edge technology, sometimes the first step scientists face is just making sure it actually works as intended.
Freescale introduces amazingly small ARM MCU
Scientists use 'voting' and 'penalties' to overcome errors in quantum optimization
Seeking a solution to decoherence—the "noise" that prevents quantum processors from functioning properly—scientists at USC have developed a strategy of linking quantum bits together into voting blocks, a strategy that ...
Intel 4Q net income rises 6 pct (Update)
Intel's fourth-quarter net income rose 6 percent, as the company offset flat demand for its personal computer chips with higher sales of other products.
Intel says its processors are now 'conflict-free'
Intel Corp., the world's largest maker of computer processors, says its processors are now free of minerals from mines held by armed groups in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.