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IBM forms Power alliance

CPU Chipset | 07 Aug 2013 | Carl Holmberg

IBM forms Power alliance

After a long time of being shoved aside by competing architectures like ARM and X86, IBM has decided to strike back by creating an alliance with companies like Google, Mellanox, Tyan and Nvidia to breathe new life into its Power architecture.

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Microlitography with Extreme UV to breathe new life into Moore's law in 2015

Microlitography with Extreme UV to breathe new life into Moore's law in 2015

Moore's law, the principle that predicts the number of transistors in silicon circuits double every 18 months, have started to limp, partly due to the difficulties with current microlitography. ASML has now announced that microlitography using Extreme UV could be ready for production in 2015. Read more

Science Technology | 08 Aug 2013 | Carl Holmberg

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IBM builds devkit with the brain as the model

IBM builds devkit with the brain as the model

Earlier this week we wrote about how scientists managed to simulate a second of brain activity with a supercomputer. Not entirely unrelated IBM has announced they are working an entire platform with hardware and software, developed from the ground up with the brain as the starting point. Read more

Science Technology | 08 Aug 2013 | Carl Holmberg

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John Carmack leaves Id Software for Oculus VR

John Carmack leaves Id Software for Oculus VR

John Carmack is one of the founders of game developer Id Softwares and is by many considered of the front runners in gaming. He has now decided to leave the company and take the role of CTO at Oculus VR, the company behind the kickstarter success Oculus Rift. Read more

Games | 07 Aug 2013 | Carl Holmberg

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IBM forms Power alliance

IBM forms Power alliance

After a long time of being shoved aside by competing architectures like ARM and X86, IBM has decided to strike back by creating an alliance with companies like Google, Mellanox, Tyan and Nvidia to breathe new life into its Power architecture. Read more

CPU Chipset | 07 Aug 2013 | Carl Holmberg

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Scientists simulate 1 second of brain activity

Scientists simulate 1 second of brain activity

Using the world's fourth most powerful supercomputer, at Riken research institute in Japan, scientists have managed to simulate 1 second of brain activity. With nearly 90,000 processors and a petabyte of memory it took nearly 40 minutes to accomplish the simulation of 1.73 billion neurons. Read more

Science Technology | 06 Aug 2013 | Carl Holmberg

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Samsung starts mass produktion of 3D V-NAND

Samsung starts mass produktion of 3D V-NAND

Samsung is one of the leading manufacturers of flash memory, something it has further enforced now that it will start mass production of V-NAND, or Vertical NAND, where the memory circuits can be stacked vertically for 128 gigabit, or 16 gigabyte, per chip. Read more

Memory | 06 Aug 2013 | Carl Holmberg

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Crossbar to reform NAND flash with RRAM

Crossbar to reform NAND flash with RRAM

The current technology for commercial flash based storage, NAND, has a new contender. The latest, with seemingly good chances of succeeding, is RRAM from Crossbar that according to the maker will be able to offer up to 20 times better performance.

Memory | 06 Aug 2013 | Carl Holmberg

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IKEA lets you digitally preview furniture in your own home

IKEA lets you digitally preview furniture in your own home

Swedish furniture store Ikea will release new app for next year's catalogue that with help from the physical catalogue placed in a room allow you to preview furniture in your own home before purchase with the help of augmented reality, AR.

Software | 06 Aug 2013 | Carl Holmberg

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Intel Bay Trail-T launches September 11?

Intel Bay Trail-T launches September 11?

Intel's upcoming Bay Trail-T 'Atom' platform was mentioned in internal documentation leaked by Intel. VR-zone was able to acquire these and discovered the platform is slated to launch September 11th.

CPU Chipset | 05 Aug 2013 | Carl Holmberg

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Keep track of your gadgets with Tiles

Keep track of your gadgets with Tiles

Losing you gadgets has become a real problem since the beginning of time, and if anything modern technology has given us more stuff to lose. Start-up Tile wants to fix this with small transmitters that can be tracked using a smartphone.

Science Technology | 28 Jun 2013 | Carl Holmberg

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SJC links seven countries at 28 terabit per second

SJC links seven countries at 28 terabit per second

With a growing amount of Internet users worldwide the need for high-end international fiber links grows. The joint project SJC has been completed and resulted in a cable system that can handle 28 Terabit per second between seven Asian regions.

Network | 27 Jun 2013 | Carl Holmberg

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Samsung starts sales of 55

Samsung starts sales of 55" curved OLED-TV

New technology and standards among TVs are rarely thrust upon us, and we have not seen a lot of TVs with OLED panels. Samsung has now entered the market and launched its first official curved OLED-TV at 55".

Displays | 27 Jun 2013 | Carl Holmberg

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Windows 8.1 Preview has arrived, almost ready for high resolution screens

Windows 8.1 Preview has arrived, almost ready for high resolution screens

Microsoft has rolled out the first official test version of Windows 8.1. An evolution of Windows 8 that launched last year and have not quite done as well as the company had hoped. With Windows 8.1 Preview regular users get a feel for what is about to come.

Operating systems | 27 Jun 2013 | Anton Karmehed

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Scythe launches slim Mugen 4 air cooler

Scythe launches slim Mugen 4 air cooler

Japanese cooling maker Scythe has launched a new mode in the Mugen series; Mugen 4. Much like the competition Mugen has not only improved the cooling capabilities, but also simplified the mounting and slimmed down the design.

Cooling | 26 Jun 2013 | Carl Holmberg

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Seiki launches SE39UY04 - 4K-TV for 700 dollar

Seiki launches SE39UY04 - 4K-TV for 700 dollar

TVs with resolutions higher than 1,920 x 1,080 pixels are starting to find their way to the market, byt so far the prices are terrifying. American Seiki counters with a new 39" LED-TV that supports 4K, but only costs 700 dollar.

Displays | 25 Jun 2013 | Carl Holmberg

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Intel joins Alliance for Wireless Power

Intel joins Alliance for Wireless Power

While most tech companies agree that wireless charging is the future there are some doubts to which technology that should or will be used for accomplishing this. Intel has picked its allies in the form of Alliance for Wireless Power, over the Qi solution that is available in many models today.

Science Technology | 24 Jun 2013 | Carl Holmberg

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