Wednesday, November 22, 2017

HARDWARE

HARDWARE
Computer hardware (usually simply called hardware when a computing context is implicit) is the collection of physical elements that constitutes a computer system. wikipedia

Binge-watchers rest assured: OTT content providers show no sign of slowing down. New reports from Digital TV Research show global online TV and video revenues over fixed broadband networks will reach $42.34 billion by 2020. This...

(courtesy Electronista Staff) New processors deliver low TDP, increased graphical performance AMD has provided solid details on its new processor lines for the future. The "Temash"...

by Richard Nieva  (courtesy PANDODAILY) Whatever your feelings may be toward the Peter Thiel Fellowship, its focus on fostering young tech entrepreneurs can’t be denied. The program takes 20 young people under the age of...

By Todd Bierman If only you could predict the future. In one area, I can. Solar panels will be the main source of U.S electric power. Here's why. The U.S. Government wants it that way, and...
Larry Hardesty MIT

New technology could secure credit cards, key cards, and pallets of goods in warehouses. CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Researchers at MIT and Texas Instruments have developed a new type of radio frequency identification (RFID) chip that...

Story by UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON What happens when lithium-ion batteries overheat and explode has been tracked inside and out for the first time by a UCL-led team using sophisticated 3D imaging. Understanding how Li-ion batteries fail...

by Lawrence Latif, courtesy theinquirer.net                     CHIP DESIGNER Nvidia's decision to license its Kepler GPU architecture to other companies is remarkable, given the firm's historical stance on licensing, and it highlights how hard it is for...

When troves of information are opened to programmers, problems get solved. Chris Gaylord (courtesy CSMonitor) By order of the White House, June 1 marks the first National Day of Civic Hacking. Cities across the country will invite...

John H. Hruska (courtesy extremetech) Ever since AMD launched its low-power Brazos architecture in 2011, there’s been chatter over whether or not we’d see a low-power server version of the architecture. AMD declined to go...

by Jolie O'Dell (courtesy VentureBeat) Seventy million dollars is a drop in the bucket compared to the enormous financial heft of the telecommunications industry. But in the world of startups, that’s still a healthy (in...

Infosys favored Asians in hiring, alleges suit seeking class action status. by Jon Brodkin, courtesy ArsTechnica - Infosys, an Indian IT software and services company with offices throughout the world, has been accused of discriminating against American job applicants....

Reviewed by Michael S. Lasky  (courtesy wired.com) We've taken a look at four options for external solid-state drives -- specifically, large-capacity storage devices ranging from 120GB to 300GB that mount via a USB 3.0 and...