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Emissions from computing and ICT could be worse than previously thought
Researchers claim that previous calculations of ICT's share of global greenhouse emissions, estimated at 1.8-2.8%, likely fall short of the sector's real climate impact as they only show a partial picture. The researchers point out that some of these prior estimates do not account for (...)
[Science daily]

MediaTek Announces Kompanio 900T to Enhance Computing Experiences for Tablets and Notebooks
MediaTek announced its new Kompanio™ 900T chipset, expanding MediaTek's portfolio of mobile computing solutions for tablets, portable notebooks and other devices. The introduction of Kompanio 900T follows MediaTek's recent launch of Kompanio 1300T, which is designed for premium tablets. (...)
[WebWire Computer networks]

MediaTek Announces Kompanio 900T to Enhance Computing Experiences for Tablets and Notebooks
MediaTek announced its new Kompanio™ 900T chipset, expanding MediaTek's portfolio of mobile computing solutions for tablets, portable notebooks and other devices. The introduction of Kompanio 900T follows MediaTek's recent launch of Kompanio 1300T, which is designed for premium tablets. (...)
[WebWire Computer hardware]

Breakthrough achievement in quantum computing
Researchers have set a world record for innovation in quantum computing.
[Science daily]

New molecular device has unprecedented reconfigurability reminiscent of brain plasticity
Researchers describe a novel molecular device with exceptional computing prowess. Reminiscent of the plasticity of connections in the human brain, the device can be reconfigured on the fly for different computational tasks by simply changing applied voltages. Furthermore, like nerve cells can (...)
[Science daily]

Revealing the hidden structure of quantum entangled states
Researchers have shown how to quickly unravel quantum entangled systems, revealing the structure of a 100 dimensional state in mere minutes against decades for a full reconstruction. The work offers a new and fast tool for quantum computing and (...)
[Science daily]

LG's Video Conferencing Platform Delivers Real-Time Cloud-Based Telemedicine Solution
LG Electronics' Video Conferencing Platform is being integrated with the new ezOntheCall telemedicine service to provide medical professionals with an advanced tool for remote delivery of outpatient support. Leveraging advanced cloud computing technology, ezOntheCall offers real-time access to (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

Quantum computing: Exotic particle had an 'out-of-body experience'
Scientists have taken a clear picture of electronic particles that make up a mysterious magnetic state called quantum spin liquid (QSL). The achievement could facilitate the development of superfast quantum computers and energy-efficient superconductors. The scientists are the first to capture (...)
[Science daily]

Layered graphene with a twist displays unique quantum confinement in 2-D
Bilayer graphene with one of the two layers twisted displayed unique resonant electronic behavior. Understanding how electrons move in such 2-D materials could shed light on how to manipulate them for quantum computing and communication.
[Science daily]

Opening a path toward quantum computing in real-world conditions
The quantum computing market is projected to reach $65 billion by 2030, a hot topic for investors and scientists alike because of its potential to solve incomprehensibly complex problems. Drug discovery is one example. To understand drug interactions, a pharmaceutical company might want to (...)
[Science daily]

Researchers discover hidden SARS-CoV-2 'gate' that opens to allow COVID infection
Unprecedented visualizations of SARS-CoV-2 have allowed researchers to discover how the virus enters and infects healthy human cells. Supercomputing movies have revealed how glycans -- molecules that make up a sugary residue around the edges of the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein -- act as infection (...)
[Science daily]

Best of both worlds — Combining classical and quantum systems to meet supercomputing demands
Quantum entanglement is one of the most fundamental and intriguing phenomena in nature. Recent research on entanglement has proven to be a valuable resource for quantum communication and information processing. Now, scientists have discovered a stable quantum entangled state of two protons on a (...)
[Science daily]

New study shows the potential of DNA-based data-structures systems
Engineers have created new dynamic DNA data structures able to store and recall information in an ordered way from DNA molecules. They also analyzed how these structures are able to be interfaced with external nucleic acid computing (...)
[Science daily]

An exciting new material: Candidate superconductor
Engineers have been working to develop materials that can enable quantum information-based technologies for such applications as quantum computing, communications, sensing, and simulation.
[Science daily]

Towards next-gen computers: Mimicking brain functions with graphene-diamond junctions
The human brain holds the secret to our unique personalities. But did you know that it can also form the basis of highly efficient computing devices? Researchers recently showed how to do this, through graphene-diamond junctions that mimic some of the human brain's (...)
[Science daily]

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