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Qualcomm's reflective color display is more energy-efficient and easier to view than an LCD.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Researchers in the U.S. have discovered allowing silicon chips to make errors could ensure computers continue to become more powerful, while using less energy.
Did you stay up all night to hear your local result during the recent election? Time-consuming manual vote-counts and ballot boxes could soon be consigned to the history books, thanks to innovative new secure voting technology.
Enhanced support and improved virtualization among service pack features.
Online registration for EGNOS Application Prize now open
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A service for developers combines music recommendation and streaming.
A startup hopes to help computer users tune their machines.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Currently, researchers have demonstrated the scalability of high-level excited-state coupled-cluster approaches and parallel-in-time algorithms, reaching a staggering 34,000 Core Processing Units. Researchers at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory are targeting the software that is capable of describing the behavior of molecules in excited states, as well simulating their dynamics.
A Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute team adds value to government data sets
(PhysOrg.com) -- Completing jigsaw puzzles is a challenging and popular hobby, but now scientists from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the U.S. and Tel Aviv University in Israel have for the first time developed a probabilistic graphical model to solve a jigsaw puzzle consisting of 400 square pieces.
Introduces .pst Data Structure View Tool and .pst File Format SDK open source projects
Think open source doesn't innovate? Here are seven projects exploring exciting new directions in computing -- for free