After 12 years in the making, the computer designed to work like a human brain, at the University of Manchester is finally switched on. What does this computer do? How is it made? And who is Steve Furber?
November 05, 2018 by Robin Mitchell
Last month, a team of Russian and American scientists unveiled a quantum computer array with 51 qubits at the International Conference on Quantum Technologies. Here's a look at how they did it.
August 31, 2017 by Tim Youngblood
I hear about it all the time: planned obsolescence. People can't believe that their computer parts are already breaking and their iPhone started to slow down just days before the next generation of the phone was released. Your TV seems to be programmed to have bugs whenever the manufacturing company wants to push a new product. Companies break their own products to get you to buy more of the same product: light bulbs, phones, batteries, cars, microwaves, computer screens, and even your car key transponder will all stop operating eventually. Either the marketing team or the designers wanted it that way, right?
August 31, 2015 by Trent Ziemer
The Remix Mini is a $20 mini computer that runs on an Android operating system. The basic model has 8gigs of storage, a simple back interface with two USB ports, ethernet jack, and HDMI jack. It's Bluetooth compatible and obviously Wi-Fi enabled.
July 17, 2015 by Jennifer A. Diffley