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New round for Project Discovery.
A shot in the arm for Moore's Law.
Fully charges in under a minute.
Ultra-thin TIMs the future of cooling?
Pushing CUDA further into HPC.
Public access for superposition experiments.
Promises optical computing breakthrough.
Peter Jansen has developed a working Tricorder, in the hopes of making science education more accessible.
Universe Sandbox is a gravity simulator and experiment tool. It's a lot of fun too.
What are some of the positive effects that games can have on brain health? We find out.
We drop into Antec's office and shake the windows with its new 2.1 speaker set.
Researchers at Birmingham University are currently hard at work creating a device that will let you smell the world of your games.
A recent study into the statistics of multiplayer gaming has revealed an interesting trend - that the Red Team is always more likely to win.
A recent study in Stanford, California has revealed that male gamers pursue the hobby primarily out of a need to conquer.
New research from Hungary has revealed that computers can now predict the actions of human players by using biofeedback technology. Never will you win a game of CS:S again.
Surrounded by controversy, the National Science Foundation is set to award IBM a contract to build the world's fastest supercomputer.
Prepare for machines that are able to read your emotions via cameras, leading to computer interaction that changes depending on how you feel.
Google has announced a programming contest, known as Code Jam, in a move to find Europe's most talented computer scientists.
A new science study has proved that 50% of posts and emails are misunderstood for one reason or another. You must have read it wrong - ATI/Nvidia/Intel/AMD doesn't suck!
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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