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 ...
DARPA clears path for advanced communications, sensors
DARPA researchers have created the worlds first solid state receiver to demonstrate gain at 0.85 terahertz (THz).
Microsoft Research shapes future of HD displays
Broadcom enters 5G pearly gates with new chip BCM4335
Samsung readies first batch of super-thin bendable AMOLED displays
Raspberry Pi gets customized OS called Raspbian
Toshiba launches enterprise 2.5-inch HDD in industry's highest capacity class for drives with 10,500RPM rotation speed
Toshiba Corporation today announced the launch of a line-up of four 2.5-inch enterprise HDDs with a 10,500 RPM rotation speed. The new drives include the AL13SEB900, which offers a 900GB capacity, the industry's ...
Wireless power transfer coil unit: Development of ultra-thin receiving coil unit for wireless power transfer
TDK Corporation announced the development of a TDK wireless power transfer coil unit designed for Smartphones and other mobile devices. The receiving coil designed for integration in smartphones and similar ...
Colorful creates passively cooled Nvidia graphics card
Sandia Red Storm supercomputer exits world stage
A celebration at Sandias Computer Science Research Institute in mid-May wrote finis to Red Storm, the Sandia-designed and Cray Inc.-built supercomputer, one of the most influential machines of its era, ...
HP picks Intel's Centerton for low-power server rollout
NASA's Pleiades supercomputer gets a little more oomph
NASA's flagship Pleiades supercomputer just received a boost to help keep pace with the intensive number-crunching requirements of scientists and engineers working on some of the agency's most challenging missions.