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multi-core programming


What became of multi-core programming problems?

The challenges of multi-core programming on the client went away as much as they have been solved.

By September 13, 2011


One Windows to rule them all

Microsoft's upcoming mobile OS has a lot more in common with Windows Sr., a technology decision that hints at closer future ties.

By June 21, 2012


Khronos updates OpenGL high-performance graphics

The nonprofit Khronos Group is expanding its standard-bearer flag deeper into the world of Web graphics

By August 8, 2011


Nvidia touts quad-core Kal-El chip in Android tablet

Using a Honeycomb tablet, Nvidia shows a game it says needs all four cores of its Tegra mobile processor that's due to ship later this year.

By May 30, 2011


Intel's James Reinders on parallelism - Part 2

In Part 2 of my discussion with Intel's Director of Marketing and Business for the company's Software Development Products, we move on to cloud computing, functional and dynamic languages, and what needs to happen with computer science education.

By November 6, 2009


Report: Asian firms eye alternative chips

Japanese electronics companies are designing a chip that will compete with Intel, while a China-based manufacturer says it's working on devices using an alternative chip design, according to reports.

By September 9, 2009


Microsoft talks virtualization and cloud

Microsoft's virtual Server and Tools Business industry analyst meeting last week emphasized reducing costs today but also placed a lot of focus on forward-looking technologies.

By June 15, 2009


Buzz Out Loud 922: Hot and junky

Brian Cooley aptly describes YouTube as hot and junky video today. And that my friends, is why the president has moved his video off YouTube and is hosting the player himself.

By March 3, 2009


Intel: Use our CPU (not their GPU) for games

The chipmaker will attempt to promote its processors for sophisticated game effects at the upcoming Game Developers Conference in March.

By February 2, 2009


The attribution problem

As open data, creative writing and media, and code merge, we're going to increasingly need to reconcile the issues that matter most to the communities who own the copyrights to their respective bodies of work.

By July 22, 2008