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Inside China’s Tianhe-2: The World’s Most Powerful Computer

Twice a year, the TOP500 project ranks the 500 most powerful computer systems in the entire world. With origins dating back to 1993, the list provides a reliable basis for tracking and detecting trends in high-performance computing. Compiled by some of the best computer science minds on the planet, the TOP500 list is a Who’s […]

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Win the Ultimate LANFest-in-a-Box Complete with Intel Iris Pro Graphics

Intel Iris Pro Graphics is the most powerful visual experience ever built into 4th generation Intel Core-i processors. By being embedded right into the CPU, you’ll be able to experience the most powerful graphics performance ever from Intel. If you want to immerse yourself in 3D gaming, perform advanced photo and video editing, or watch […]

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Google Unveils Powerful 3D-Mapping Tablet

In the latest Project Tango news, Google’s experimental Advanced Technologies and Projects (ATAP) group unveiled a prototype tablet on Thursday with depth-sensing capabilities. The tablet will allow users to generate 3D representations of their surrounding space in real time. The development kit, available in limited supply, will cost $1,024 for developers that meet the requirements. […]

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Intel Foresees a Future Without PC Cables

Now in its 34th year, Computex has become one of the largest and most popular computer expos for technology fans around the world. Over 130,000 visitors and 1,700 exhibitors make the annual trip to Taipei to catch up on the latest news, get a sneak peek at upcoming gadgets, and watch keynote presentations from all […]

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Microsoft Announces Surface Pro 3, Hopes it Can Replace Your Laptop

A couple of weeks ago, Microsoft sent out invitations for a “small gathering” in New York City. The tech community across the Internet immediately began spreading rumors of a “Surface Mini” but it turns out they were completely wrong. Instead, Microsoft announced an even bigger Surface with upgraded specs, better resolution, and a smaller price […]

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Microsoft is Developing a Gesture-Controlled Keyboard

One of the many perks of using a laptop is having gesture controls on your keyboard. The lack of having a mouse connected to the computer has led to innovations that essentially make it obsolete for laptop users. Simple gestures across the trackpad allow you to perform actions that would typically require a mouse on […]

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So, You Bought a Raspberry Pi. Now What?

Since 2012, the Raspberry Pi has been helping creative computer scientists make some really interesting projects. Everything from robots to complete home automation systems are possible with the micro-computer and hundreds of tutorials are available online. If you’ve been wanting to jump on board the Raspberry Pi bandwagon, then there’s never been a better time. […]

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Learning to Code is as Easy as Raspberry Pi [Updated Promo Link]

It’s estimated that by the year 2020 there will be more computer science jobs than computer science students. This is mind-boggling because computer science is one of the highest paying careers in the world. With over a million jobs waiting to be filled, this is an untapped $500 billion opportunity for those that want to […]

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Businesses are Desperately Clinging to XP, Why Won’t It Die?

Earlier this week, Microsoft abandoned support for one its most popular operating systems of all time. In the months leading up to the inevitable end date, XP users were urged to upgrade their computers to a newer OS if they still wanted to receive security updates and technical support. Although millions of people heeded the […]

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XP is Officially Retiring Today, Which OS Will You be Upgrading to?

Well, it’s finally here: the dreaded day XP users have been fearing. Fill out our survey and let us know which OS you’ll be upgrading to.

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