Huge touchscreen to allow for real-time analysis
A massive touchscreen measuring more than 4 square metres has been built at the University of Dundee by EPSRC-funded researchers in the School of Computing.
NVIDIA takes one step closer to Linux support
Intel does math on oil-dunk test for cooler servers
AMD whets Steamroller appetite at Hot Chips
Intel's plans for quadcore SoC chips discovered
IBM introduces new powerful mainframe computers
IBM on Tuesday introduced a new line of mainframe computers the company calls its most powerful and technologically advanced ever.
Sony develops 'Exmor RS,' the world's first stacked CMOS image sensor
Sony Corporation announced the commercialization of Exmor RS, the world's first CMOS image sensor incorporating a unique, newly-developed 'stacked structure.' Shipments will commence in October. ...
Fujitsu develops industry's first system for recycling CDs and DVDs into notebook PCs
Fujitsu Limited and Fujitsu Laboratories Limited today announced the development of the PC industry's first recycling system that collects used CDs and DVDs at Fujitsu Group recycling centers and reuses the ...
Intel sets sights on new Ultrabook SSD specs
Exynos 5 Dual chip is unrobed by Samsung
ARM asks Khronos for OpenCL nod for Midgard GPU
Raspberry Pi will roll with Android 4.0
Samsung begins producing fastest embedded NAND storage
Samsung Electronics announced today that it has now begun volume production of an ultra-fast embedded memory for smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices in 16-, 32- and 64-gigabyte (GB) densities.
Eco-Computer with a natural wood look
Surfing for hours on the Internet consumes a lot of electricity and is harmful to the environment. However, a new ecological PC saves energy as it operates: It produces about 70 percent less CO2 than conventional ...