IBM spawned the personal computing revolution 30 years ago when it released the very first PC
Kitted out with the latest Nvidia Tesla cards, IBM is getting behind Nvidia's GPGPU hardware.
The exponential rise in computing power has led to many big steps forward in the world of Artificial Intelligence. Mark Mackay examines some of the research that is being done in this area and looks at what the future might hold for all of us.
IBM's Watson computer will compete on the US game show Jeopardy!, in which it will have to answer questions quickly, accurately and intelligibly.
The latest TOP500 - a list covering the fastest supercomputers in the world - has been released, and there's a surprise entry at number one.
The ASTRA group at the University of Antwerp has revealed a pint-size supercomputer built from four GeForce 9800GX2 graphics cards designed for medical research.
Intel is entering into a partnership with high-performance computing legends Cray to create a next-generation supercomputer - and it could well be Nehalem-based.
IBM is developing a technology that will use light to replace some of the electrical circuits in CPUs.
Lenovo has announced the ThinkStation line of workstations, and has released specifications on two models currently planned.
With the introduction of more generalised GPU architectures (GPGPUs), and Intel's Terascale research project, high-performance computing’s profile is on the increase. We throw away the crystal ball to find out what is really going on in the world of TeraFLOP Computing.
Do you understand quantum mechanics? We don't, but that doesn't stop us getting excited about the prospect of massive computing power.
Prepare for machines that are able to read your emotions via cameras, leading to computer interaction that changes depending on how you feel.
COMPUTEX 2006: The world's tallest building, Taipei 101, has been rebuilt... by a bunch of computer enthusiasts.
It's 4 years later than predicted by Mr Clarke, but the ISS is to get the first space based voice operated computer assistant. Hopefully it won't murder anyone...
Japan: Super-fast quantums encrypt for a fortnight solid. Boffins chuffed.