According to foreign media news now, one called, Dmitry Grinberg of foreign hackers produced on the diagram of this simple computer equipment.The device allegedly Invincible terrible, because its startup speed is hundred times slower than people think.
HP has again turned the loop with the introduction of three new teams within their servers Z Series . All of them with the latest state of technology, new models added to the catalog are the teams Z420, Z620 and Z820 that will certainly not indifferent to one, both for performance and for reliability.
This week we have had a presentation of little importance. Not because they are good products, …
The Nvidia announced that it will release the source code for its last compiler for …
Many analysts believe the future of the computer market does not depend on silicon processors and it is replaced by newer technologies such as 3D transistors. Scientists agree with them, and now is actively working in this direction.
According to Professor of American universities Harvard and Purdue, in the near future the 3D transistors having a much more prominent characteristics completely replace silicon . They are based on the elements included in the third and fifth groups of the periodic table. Such a choice is explained by the fact that the elements of these groups provide a very rapid flow of electrons. This discovery moved the scientists on the path to creating new kinds of computer chips that make all the devices based on them would be much more efficient and can boast greater energy efficiency and reduced weight.
Tablet PC, as well as smart phones, improved rapidly, and the model of the next …
Details of the deal were not disclosed, but the media of Israel believe that the world’s largest processors to pay nearly $ 300 million
Intel Corporation has acquired an Israeli manufacturer of navigation software for mobile phones Telmap, writes Reuters.
Details of the deal were not disclosed, but the media of Israel believe that the world’s largest processors to pay nearly $ 300 million.