Tagged: computers

PC Building Beginners Guide Memory (image: www.bit-tech.net) 0

PC Building Beginners Guide: Memory

This PC Building Beginners Guide aims to offer core information regarding motherboards, Intel CPUs, memory, graphics cards, power supplies and solid state drives. It will hopefully become a growing archive of everything you need...

PC Building Beginners Guide: Processors 0

PC Building Beginners Guide: Processors

This PC Building Beginners Guide aims to offer core information regarding motherboards, Intel CPUs, memory, graphics cards, power supplies and solid state drives. It will hopefully become a growing archive of everything you need...

PC Building Beginners Guide Motherboards 0

PC Building Beginners Guide: Motherboards

This PC Building Beginners Guide aims to offer core information regarding motherboards, Intel CPUs, memory, graphics cards, power supplies and solid state drives. It will hopefully become a growing archive of everything you need...

DOME Featured 0

DOME: The Self-Tuning, Self-Learning Data Analyser

IBM has entered into a four year collaboration with ASTRON to research extremely fast, but low-power exascale computer systems targeted for the Square Kilometer Array (SKA). The goal of the 10 countries involved is to decipher radio waves from deep space to solve the riddles of the universe and the nature of matter.

OneWebDay 2012 Roundup and Reactions 0

OneWebDay 2012 Roundup and Reactions

On September 22, Intel celebrated OneWebDay 2012 along with thousands of other active Internet users from around the world. Intel awarded the most active Internet users from Spain, Russia, South Africa and Germany with Intel Ultrabooks.

The aim of this OneWebDay Ultrabook giveaway was to surprise highly active Internet users in each country by rewarding them with newly developed technology to ensure they get the most of their beloved World Wide Web.

Don’t steal computers belonging to people who know how to use computers 0

Don’t steal computers belonging to people who know how to use computers

I CAUGHT wind of a fantastic story on 5fm while stuck in traffic this morning. Apparently some guy had his fancy new Macbook Air stolen from him. A while later, Steve (we’ll call him Steve) remembered that his Macbook had an auto backup function which automatically backed up his data onto an online server. When Steve went online to have a little peruse through his data he skillfully managed to find the identity of the Macbook thief. Not only that, but Steve also came across a video the wannabe rapper had made

Smart Dust 0

Smart Dust

What smart dust is able to do is create a large invisible network that, in theory, would be able to manage the infrastructure of large cities