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ComScore: Computer usage falls as 20% of millennials go mobile-only

ComScore: Computer usage falls as 20% of millennials go mobile-only According to new report from comScore, computer use is dropping off quickly as mobile devices encourage new types of interaction.The data gathered by comScore points to substantial year-over-year drops in desktop usage.

Is Intel’s Core M processor family dead?

Is Intel’s Core M processor family dead? While Core M isn’t absent from product line-ups, it’s certainly not as common.Digital Trends published a recent editorial arguing that “Nobody wants Intel’s Core M processor and Computex proves it.

How MIT’s new biological ‘computer’ works, and what it could do in the future

How MIT’s new biological ‘computer’ works, and what it could do in the future With a fully realized ability to program cell behavior as reliably as we do computer behavior, there’s no telling what biological computing could accomplish.In 2013, this same team designed the computing strain that preceded this one: a biological “state machine.

AMD adds GPU firepower to Google's cloud services

AMD adds GPU firepower to Google's cloud services A recent deal Team Red inked with Google could help AMD establish a foothold in this emerging market, and give its GPU business an important shot in the arm.Beginning in 2017, AMD’s FirePro SC9300 x2 server GPUs will be deployed to accelerate the performance of Google’s Compute Engine and the Google Cloud Machine.

HP demonstrates next-generation computing prototype as The Machine comes together

HP demonstrates next-generation computing prototype as The Machine comes together Two and a half years ago, HP revealed a new, revolutionary computer architecture it dubbed “The Machine.” This new computing platform would combine cutting-edge and still unproven technologies like memristors, silicon photonics, and truly massive amounts of addressable memory.