Computer chips have stopped getting faster. To keep improving chips’ performance, manufacturers have turned to adding more "cores," or processing units, to each chip. In principle, a chip with two cores can run twice as ...
A computer virus dubbed the world's "first cyber superweapon" by experts and which may have been designed to attack Iran's nuclear facilities has found a new target -- China.
(PhysOrg.com) -- In preparation for NASA's next rover landing on the Red Planet, one Mars year away, an instrument studying the Martian atmosphere from orbit has begun a campaign.
The investment unit of US technology giant Intel said Thursday it would pump 20 million dollars into a South Korean wireless broadband joint venture.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Organic nanostructures are key elements of nanotechnology because these building blocks can be made with tailored chemical properties. Their disadvantage has been that their mechanical properties have so ...
US cybersecurity experts will learn valuable lessons from an ongoing exercise that simulates a massive cyberattack on the United States, US officials said Wednesday.
(AP) -- Just because Yahoo Inc.'s U.S. website and Microsoft Corp.'s Bing are using the same technological ingredients for searching the Internet doesn't mean they're slicing and dicing the results the same way, too.