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This year Intel's 'Brickland' platform is to arrive, starting with Ivy Bridge-EX and continuing on to Haswell-EX and later Broadwell-EX server CPUs.
Up to 50 base stations to be utilized, as well as 200 "user devices".
Nvidia wants to release a GK110 based graphics card for consumers, codenamed 'Titan'. The GK110 GPU is currently used solely in workstation professional graphics cards.
HP has no plans to sell its core assets.
Dell is reportedly interested in accepting a management buyout offer at a price of $13 to $14 per share, which would put the purchase price of the company into a range of $22 to $25 billion.
Kim Dotcom has scored another victory in ongoing legal proceedings against Megaupload.
Dell has seen its share price jump by more than 20 percent on speculation that the company may be in negotiations to be bought out by a private equity firm.
Watson acquired a bit of a foul mouth after absorbing the contents of Urban Dictionary.
The European Parliament published a new study prepared by the Centre D'Etudes Sur Les Conflits and the Centre for European Policy Studies that raises concerns of cloud data surveillance.
Enables 3D gaming that can render graphics directly to the cloud.
Kim Dotcom is tweeting the progress of the buildup of his new sharehosting service Mega.
Fujitsu, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT) and NEC announced that they created a joint research effort to develop the world's "top-level, 400 Gbps/channel-class digital coherent optical...
Intel today introduced the Atom S1200 SoC series, which is designed for integration with micro-servers.
Security software maker has released an analysis of a rootkit that recently showed up on the Full Disclosure mailing list.
The world's most prestigious supercomputers are usually spotlighted in the Top500 list of the world's fastest systems.
Replaces Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's Sequoia at the top spot.
After eight years of development, Intel is finally ready to announce its Xeon Phi Coprocessor, which is derived from the company's work with Larrabee. Although the architecture came up short as a 3D graphics...
Cray unveiled its Cascade supercomputer architecture, one of the first to support Intel's upcoming Xeon Phi accelerators.
Intel released the 32 nm generation of its Itanium processor series, now known as the 9500-series.
The National Center For Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) has opened its Blue Waters system to the science community.
The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) has unveiled a new monstrous supercomputer flagship.
Researchers at Princeton University claim to have developed a new method to reliably read and transfer quantum information.
Apple is checking off the rumors at its event in San Francisco.
Google is not known for especially talkative about the inside of its data centers.
Kaspersky Lab is developing an operating system for "critically important" installations.
It's a battle of quarterly reports regarding who is actually commanding the PC market in 3Q12.
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