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Meet the Megaprocessor: A 20KHz behemoth CPU you can actually see in action

Meet the Megaprocessor: A 20KHz behemoth CPU you can actually see in action The Megaprocessor is a 16-bit design with four general-purpose registers, a program counter, a processor status register, and a stack pointer.The CPU’s transistor count comes out to 15,300, but much of this is also devoted to the LEDs.

Crypto-heist threatens to tank blockchain-based future

Crypto-heist threatens to tank blockchain-based future It was a confirmation of the promise of the blockchain, and proof that the future really is near at hand!Despite all the efforts detailed below, make no mistake: the DAO is dead.

What is the blockchain, and is it really about to change the world?

What is the blockchain, and is it really about to change the world? The blockchain is more properly called a distributed ledger, basically a way of securely and transparently storing information, and performing pre-programmed operations on that information.By far the most famous implementation of a distributed ledger is the transaction and tracking procedures for Bitcoin.

GPU sales surged in 2016 on strong demand for high-end desktop, laptop gaming

GPU sales surged in 2016 on strong demand for high-end desktop, laptop gaming After Nvidia’s record-breaking quarter earlier this month, it was clear that the overall gaming market had to be in fairly good shape.No matter where you look, overall gaming shipments are up — but the gains from those improvements aren’t being spread equally between AMD and Nvidia.

Blockchain, a game-changing new technology

Blockchain, a game-changing new technology “We’re on the cusp of radical and disruptive change, and this poses challenges for lawmakers and regulators around the world,” says Sims.“With major companies such as Microsoft now accepting virtual currency payments, it’s feasible that blockchain technology will become ubiquitous within the next decade,” she says.