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Human and computer face off in debate
IBM debuts its new artificial intelligence computer that can argue with humans on specialist topics.
[BBC News Americas]

The DEC 340 Monitor
My big project this year is to get a DEC 340 monitor working. Here is a picture of one of them. The DEC 340 was a very early and rare computer monitor dating from the mid '60s used of course, on DEC computers, their PDP series. Two cabinets of rack mounted electronics. The 340 is historic and (...)
[OSNews]

x86 assembly doesn't have to be scary
Assembly programming can be intimidating for people who have never looked into it any deeper than a glance, but giving that it underpins how the computers we use work it can be helpful having context in regards to what is actually being run by the CPU. You can run the code samples live on the (...)
[OSNews]

The world's fastest supercomputer is back in America
Last week, the US Department of Energy and IBM unveiled Summit, America's latest supercomputer, which is expected to bring the title of the world's most powerful computer back to America from China, which currently holds the mantle with its Sunway TaihuLight supercomputer. With a peak (...)
[OSNews]

TSB crisis continues eight weeks on
The problems caused by TSB's computer chaos are continuing more than eight weeks after the meltdown.
[BBC News]

TSB crisis continues eight weeks on
The problems caused by TSB's computer chaos are continuing more than eight weeks after the meltdown.
[BBC]

Intel Starts Testing Smallest 'Spin Qubit' Chip for Quantum Computing
Intel researchers are taking new steps toward quantum computers by testing a tiny new “spin qubit” chip. The new chip was created in Intel's D1D Fab in Oregon using the same silicon manufacturing techniques that the company has perfected for creating billions of traditional computer chips. (...)
[WebWire Electronic components]

US debuts world's fastest supercomputer
The Summit machine can process 200,000 trillion calculations per second.
[BBC]

US debuts world's fastest supercomputer
The Summit machine can process 200,000 trillion calculations per second.
[BBC News]

ARM Holdings history: from Acorn to giant tree
The computer industry is full of noble failures. Big ones. Little ones. Ideas that were 10 years too early. Ideas that were 15 years too early. Ideas that were 30 years too early. And concepts that, while fundamental to the way that our computing culture works today, hadn't yet reached their (...)
[OSNews]

Brevard Gaming Lounge Announces Summer Camp Program
Gamer's Respawn Gaming Lounge, a veteran-owned local business, has announced it still has limited slots available for its summer camp program for kids and teens, ages 10-17. - - The camp will feature unlimited gaming on all consoles and computers and run Monday through Friday from 12:00 pm - (...)
[WebWire Computer gaming]

Amazon introduces PC designs to integrate Alexa into PCs
Alexa for PCs, announced earlier this year, brings the cloud-based voice service to Windows 10 computers. Today, we introduce Alexa for PC solutions from Original Design Manufacturers (ODMs). Customers use PCs every day for business and entertainment. We believe voice is the next major (...)
[OSNews]

Nebulet: microkernel that implements WebAssembly in Ring 0
Nebulet is a microkernel that executes WebAssembly modules instead of ELF binaries. Furthermore, it does so in ring 0 and in the same address space as the kernel, instead of in ring 3. Normally, this would be super dangerous, but WebAssembly is designed to run safely on remote computers, so it (...)
[OSNews]

Eudora source code released
Computer History Museum (CHM), the world's leading institution exploring the history of computing and its impact on the human experience, today announced the public release and long-term preservation of the Eudora source code, one of the early successful email clients, as part of its Center for (...)
[OSNews]

A gorgeous guide to the first wave of personal computers
Photographer James Ball (aka Docubyte) knows what a computer is. He's spent part of career lovingly photographing the machines of yesteryear, from the giant mainframes of the '50s and '60s to the first wave of personal computers in the late '70s and '80s. When he saw Apple's iPad pro (...)
[OSNews]

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