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Memory makeover: DRAM days numbered as Japan eyes MRAM

DRAM has been around a long, long time. Is MRAM the next big memory thing?

By November 24, 2013

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Bike parts get artists' imaginations in gear

When a bike components company challenges artists to create sculptures and collages from bicycle parts, expect the unexpected. Like deer skulls and one-person circus machines.

By November 28, 2012

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The new muscle inside the new iMac, Mac Pro

Apple's refresh of desktop lineup taps Intel chips in a way it never has before.

By July 27, 2010

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Intel meets its match in IBM

With Power7, IBM has served notice on the computing world that Intel isn't the only high-performance microprocessor manufacturer in town.

By February 9, 2010

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Intel's next-gen memory closer to reality

Intel and Numonyx announced practical advancements they believe will make phase-change memory meet its performance and capacity promise.

By October 28, 2009

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Intel CEO looks beyond the PC

Paul Otellini shows off 22-nanometer silicon to the IDF crowd and talks of moving Intel's Atom technology beyond Netbooks to places like car dashboards.

By September 22, 2009

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High-end server chips breaking records

New high-end server processors from IBM, Sun, Fujitsu, AMD, and Intel announced at Hot Chips last week break previous records for complexity and performance.

By August 31, 2009

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The wraps are coming off IBM's Power7

IBM is set to unveil the first public details of its next generation Power7 processor at the Hot Chips conference Tuesday.

By August 25, 2009

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MacFixIt Answers

MacFixIt Answers is a feature from MacFixIt where our editors answer questions e-mailed to us by our readers. This week we have questions on getting Java to load the proper version, per-application sound management, firewire bus troubleshooting, and re

By August 19, 2009

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Intel completes 32-nanometer chip development

Chipmaker says it has completed the development phase of its next-generation manufacturing process that shrinks chip circuitry to 32 nanometers.

By December 9, 2008