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uSwitch names the fastest and slowest UK broadband streets

Only nine percent of the population is using superfast broadband despite it being available to 73 percent of them read more »

Consumers are still meh about 3D printers

HPs entry into the 3D printer market isnt likely to change things read more »

With OpenPower, IBM tries to turn the tables on Intel

The company will license its new Power 8 chip to other companies to build hyperscale systems read more »

Fewer college students use tablets; may be a sign device doesn't boost productivity

Ball State researcher says students use tablets mostly for entertainment; many question whether the technology can be used for academic projects read more »

Raspberry Pi alternatives emerge to fill need for speed

The HummingBoard and $50 Banana Pi are faster alternatives to the popular $25 Raspberry Pi PC read more »

It's now possible to wirelessly charge 40 smartphones from 16 feet away

Korean engineers are using the same tech as U.S. companies read more »

Toshiba, SanDisk NAND flash memory shrinks to 15-nanometer process

The chips feature a data transfer rate of 533 megabits per second, according to Toshiba read more »

Violin and Microsoft play a duet to speed up applications

The storage vendor put Windows Storage Server in its flash array for enterprises read more »

Micron ups endurance, capacity of SSDs to meet data center demand

Micron ships M500DC SATA SSDs with capacities from 120GB to 800GB, priced at $1 per gigabyte read more »

Samsung's 28-inch 4K monitor price drops to under $600

Amazon, Newegg now selling Samsung's U28D590D 4K monitor for $599.99, which could lead to a drop in competitive prices read more »

Future tech: Americans foresee made-to-order organs, teleportation and robots

But they're nervous about the drone use and implantables read more »

Microsoft takes Iowa from corn to .com

Fiber, low-cost power has Microsoft building nearly 1.5M square-feet of data center space read more »

AMD steers clear of low-cost tablet market

AMD says Intel's contra-revenue tablet maker subsidy program is "foreign" to the company read more »

Google tech to bring 3D mapping smarts to NASA's space station robots

NASA looks to one day use robotic orbs to inspect exterior of space station, spacecraft read more »

Plastic computers taking shape, but won't replace silicon

A researcher says plastic computers are still far away, as challenges need to be resolved on writing data and processing read more »

Can you hear me now? NASA to test laser communication system

Laser communications one of the several techs NASA is focused on for deep space missions read more »

Samsung teams with GlobalFoundries on 3D chips

The deal will help Samsung and GlobalFoundries provide an adequate supply of mobile chips read more »

Standard Life completes major ‘digital workplace’ transformation project

Rolls out Sharepoint across enterprise and upgrades 11,000 desktops to Windows 7 read more »

TSMC benefits from demand for high-tech smartphone chips

Smartphone demand has been higher than expected, TSMC reported read more »

A look at the world's most powerful X-ray laser

Research at SLAC's Linac Coherent Light Source is used to develop future data storage systems and electronics read more »


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