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Magnetic tornadoes could trigger new types of computers

Sheffield - Scientists are investigating whether magnetic devices, hundreds of times thinner than a human hair, can be utilized to create next generation computing technologies.

Op-Ed: Elon Musk's worry about AI should prompt tech-in-education debate

Famous inventor and tech mogul Elon Musk, he of Space X and Tesla Motors, has just cautioned us against the dangers of artificial intelligence. While AI may be dangerous, we should also be worried about the more basic danger of over-reliance on tech.

IBM opens advanced cloud computing center

IBM has successfully started one state of the art data center in the Hong Kong for its SoftLayer cloud computing service providing division. This is part of IBM's strategy to strengthen its cloud computing business operations across the globe.

Once a Soviet hub, Armenia looks to revive its tech sector

Yerevan - Once seen as a silicon valley of the Soviet Union, the tiny Caucasus nation of Armenia is hoping the launch of its first tablet computer and smartphone could kickstart a comeback for the country's tech sector.

France's Hollande slams Internet giants on tax

Paris - President Francois Hollande said Thursday that France would not continue to tolerate the tax optimisation strategies used by multinational Internet giants like Google.

One millionth Raspberry Pi computer manufactured

The Raspberry Pi Foundation has announced that a million of the tiny, cheap computers have now been manufactured within the UK.

Apple's TouchID fingerprint scanner hacked by Chaos Computer Club

Just 48 hours after getting their hands on the new iPhone 5S, hackers over at Chaos Computer Club in Europe have found a way to bypass Apple's TouchID fingerprint security scanner.

IBM new computing architecture based on human brain

London - IBM has unveiled a new computing architecture on Wednesday whose inspiration comes from the human brain. Scientists hope that it will achieve brain level capabilities.

The top 2013 U.S. inauguration sound bites

Many sights and sounds where heard as the 2013 presidential inauguration commenced. Not only that, one photobomb exploded on social media as well.

Op-Ed: Why are computers so cheap and money so expensive?

Have you ever wondered why computers are so cheap while money is so expensive? More to the point, have you ever considered doing something about it?

UK's 'dull' computer teaching to be revamped

The current information and communications technology curriculum in England's schools is a "mess" and must be radically revamped, education secretary Michael Gove has announced.

Housing association recycles IT equipment

Hyde Housing is one of the biggest social housing providers in the country; recently it donated a large quantity of computer equipment to a social enterprise group based in South East London.

Sun to Offer Public Cloud Computing, an IBM Strategy?

Following on Amazon's offering, Sun Microsystems announced plans to offer free cloud computing services to the public. With a potential IBM acquisition of the company in the works, is this an IBM strategy?

Manycore chips- the future of the computer, but it’s challenging the software

Manycore chips have multiple processors. The idea is that they break up the data and run it simultaneously. Some of these things will have more than eight processors. That’s likely to upend the industry, literally.

Motion Computing Launches Tablet PC for Doctors

Promising to save doctors and nurses from as much as 60 minutes of paperwork per day, Motion Computing Inc. announced a tablet PC for hospital workers.

E-mail from the grave? Microsoft seeks patent on 'immortal computing'

Microsoft ponders e-mail and holograms to future generations

Scientists in Greece discover pieces of early computing device

Greek scientists claim to have identified puzzling metal scraps found on a ship wreck. They say it is the earliest known mechanical computing device (used for pinpointing astronomical events).
 

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