Grids

Computing Grids are the combination of computer resources from multiple administrative domains applied to a common task, usually to a scientific, technical or business problem that requires a great number of computer processing cycles or the need to process large amounts of data.


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Edward Snowden first Interview German Television


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In October 2013, VICE News was invited to visit the infamous tech mogul and creator of Megaupload, Kim Dotcom, at his palatial property in New Zealand. Even though Kim is under house arrest—since he’s at the center of history’s largest copyright case—he’s still able to visit a recording studio in […]

Kim Dotcom: The Man Behind Megaupload


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Julian Assange Calls on Computer Hackers to Unite Against NSA Surveillance: Those high-tech workers, we are a particular class, and it’s time that we recognized that we are a class and looked back in history and understood that the great gains in human rights and education and so on that […]

Julian Assange’s 2014 Message to System Administrators





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By Sean Gallagher | Originally Published By ARS Technica Researchers at the Vienna University of Technology (TU Vienna) have developed a 3D printing technology that can quickly print detailed objects in nanoscale using a process called two-photon lithography. It’s fast, too: the precision required to print objects with features measured in hundreds of nanometers […]

New 3D printer could create nano-devices in minutes



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New technology from Center of Nanotechnology and Molecular Materials holds promise in thermoelectrics When Wake Forest graduate student Corey Hewitt (Ph.D. ’13) touches a two-inch square of black fabric, a meter goes berserk. Simply by touching a small piece of Power Felt – a promising new thermoelectric device developed by […]

Power Felt gives a charge


It took awhile, and the price tag is quite a bit steeper than previously thought (shocking, right?), but the FAA is finally getting the funding it needs to bring the nation's air traffic control system up to date. Congress just passed the bill to make...

Congress passes bill giving the FAA $11 billion to get ...




It's been over fifteen years since MasterCard, Visa and Europay developed EMV technology to make your credit cards more secure, but it has yet to really catch on here in the US. However, MasterCard has created a master plan to help usher in the EMV era...

MasterCard reveals roadmap for our electronic payment future: EMV in, ...


It's not the smallest transistor out there, but the boffins at IBM have constructed the tiniest carbon nanotube transistor to date. It's nine nanometers in size, making it one nanometer smaller than the presumed physical limit of silicon transistors. ...

IBM builds 9 nanometer carbon nanotube transistor, puts silicon on ...


IBM may be the king of patents, and Apple's patent applications grace these pages rather frequently, but Microsoft's not one to rest on its IP laurels, either. A couple of newly published patents out of Redmond have made their way to the web: one for ...

Microsoft patents method for secure pairing of devices wirelessly and ...



Fujitsu's K supercomputer was on our radar before it was even completed, and naturally, we let you know when it smoked the competition and became the supercomputing speed king. So, when we had the opportunity to see a piece of K at Fujitsu's North Ame...

Eyes-on the innards of Fujitsu’s K supercomputer (updated)


Ah, lasers. Those wonderful, super intense beams of light that we've seen used in headlights, projectors, and naturally, death rays. Like us, researchers at the Niels Bohr Institute at the University of Copenhagen figure there's nothing lasers can't d...

Researchers use lasers to supercool semiconductor membranes, blow your mind


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Immersiva is one of the most icon simulators in any metaverse, Bryn Oh‘s, (Immersiva’s creator), artistic soul flows, breathes, and evolves on a checker board grid that immerses you in lucid dreams and stories. Bryn’s free expression has had a profound effect on the residents of Second Life, and Immersiva […]

Immersiva



We love just about anything involving lasers or robotics here at Engadget, so naturally, we're intrigued by Sriranjan Rasakatla's Way-Go flashlight that combines the two. It's comprised of a laser pico projector, GPS module, altitude and heading refer...

Way-Go flashlight uses lasers to light your path, GPS to ...


There's a huge problem with working out that has yet to be solved: when, precisely, do our workout clothes become too worn to wear anymore? Apple knows we can't be wasting endless minutes looking for holes and tears in our shirts and pants, so it's ju...

Apple patents clothes that track how you wear them, tell ...


Facebook will introduce apps based on its new Open Graph and Gestures platforms at an event Wednesday in San Francisco, according to a report. The apps will let users “frictionlessly” share based on actions other than “like,” “read” or “watch,” according to AllThingsD, which cites “sources” in the report. Read […]

Facebook to Introduce New Open Graph Apps, Gestures Wednesday [REPORT]



IBM's Almaden Research Center is filled with some of the best and brightest minds in the world, and its researchers just released new findings that detail how just how far IBM has come in the realm of magnetic storage. Andreas Heinrich is leading the ...

IBM stores bits on arrays of atoms, shrinks magnetic storage ...


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Scientists are one step closer to making a biological computer after building basic components for digital devices out of bacteria and DNA. Some scientists believe that, in the future, small biological computers could roam our bodies monitoring our health and correcting any problems they find. Researchers from Imperial College London […]

Biological Computer


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They Were There – People who changed the way the world works. What does it mean to be an IBMer? Every employee experiences the company in different ways, but the global impact IBM has made on business and society over the last 100 years gives us all a common framework. […]

IBM Centennial Film



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2nd Gen Intel® Core™ i5 processor and integrated graphics card demo CES 201 The 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ desktop processor familydelivers smart, energy-efficient desktop processors that enable innovative, small and stylish desktop PC designs. These new processors, combined with the Intel® 6 Series Chipset family, deliver visibly smart performance for […]

2nd Gen Intel Core i5



I’ve made a few trips to AM Radio/IDIA Labs’ sims, and I’ve always found the builds to be surprising and delightful. AM Radio has the ability to create existential, spiritual and relatable sims. His detailed builds and amazing textures illustrate the ideas of falling in between spaces, alternate universes, parallel […]

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