Monthly Archives: November 2011

Google Chrome overtakes the Firefox

The day has come, many thought it would not happen, many said it is not possible… This week marks a mile stone in Google’s Chrome browser history. This week was the first time that the Chrome browser officially counted more users then Firefox. There has been talk that Firefox is releasing new versions to frequent…
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DailyTech – Intel Shows 22nm 50-Core “Knights Corner” CPU

Over 1 TeraFLOPS on a single chip GPGPU and cloud computing have been hot topics for the last several years. Intel has shown off several designs like Larrabee and the Single-chip Cloud Computer in the past. However, it is Knights Corner that will be the firm’s first commercial product to use the Many Integrated Core (MIC) architecture. The co-processor will be…
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Intel Refreshes Ultimate Enthusiast Processor Lineup with Six-Core Offerings

Intel Refreshes Ultimate Enthusiast Processor Lineup with Six-Core Offerings. Second-Generation Intel® Core™ i7 Processor Family ‘Goes Extreme’ on the Eve of the 40th Anniversary of the Intel 4004 CPU

Folding@Home

“Pink for October” month is over and we are happy to announce that we are proud to have supported the effort through the Folding@Home Project. We were able to gather well over 100.000 points during the month which were accumulated across various teams. We are now preparing for the “Chimp Challange” and “March Madness”. We…
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