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Operating systems for multicore chips will need more information about their own performance — and more resources for addressing whatever problems arise.
Investigadores de la FIUPM estudian las amenazas a la seguridad y privacidad del formato más popular para la publicación del documento digital
A big company's release of its own platform could give IT better assurance about the cloud
Heavy focus on module updates as syntax remain intact
Computer chips' clocks have stopped getting faster. To maintain the regular doubling of computer power that we now take for granted, chip makers have been giving chips more "cores," or processing units. But how to distribute computations across multiple cores is a hard problem, and this series of articles examines the different levels at which MIT researchers are tackling it, from hardware design up to the development of new programming languages.