2D material helps new computer chip process and store data like a neuron

Engineers at EPFL have created a new computer chip that can both process and store data in the same circuit. It’s made using a two-dimensional material called molybdenum disulfide, paving the way for smaller and more energy efficient electronics.

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Raspberry Pi 400 hides a whole PC in a keyboard

Desktop computers can get rather bulky, which is unnecessary for people who just need to access the internet or do office work. If a mini PC takes up too much space for you, the new Raspberry Pi 400 packs a whole home computer into just a keyboard.

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New mini PC packs dedicated GeForce GPU for some moderate gaming

Not everybody needs powerful computers – mini PCs can be great for work, media centers, or some modest gaming. Minisforum is now unveiling the EliteMini H31G, a small PC with a dedicated GPU that should let it run some more heavy-duty games.

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Nvidia’s new GeForce RTX 30 GPUs crunch up to 8K resolution at 60 fps

This year is big for new generations of gaming tech, with new consoles on the way. Now Nvidia has revealed its new generation of GPUs with the GeForce RTX 30 series, the beefiest of which can play games in 8K resolution at 60 frames per second (fps).

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Western Digital gives portable SSD a serious speed boost

WD has announced its second generation My Passport SSD line, which is aimed at content creators on the move. There's up to 2 TB of solid state storage on offer, blazing fast read and write speeds, and the drive can survive a drop of up to 6.5 feet.

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Apple iterates 27-in iMac with faster brains and SSD as standard

Apple has announced a modest upgrade to the 27-in iMac. The new machines pack up to 10-core Intel processors, solid state drives (SSD) for faster storage, a higher-resolution FaceTime camera and a few other hardware tune-ups under the hood.

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Lenovo packs latest ThinkCentre mini-PC with Ryzen PRO power

Small form factor desktop computers are great if you're short on space, but you don't necessarily need to sacrifice performance. Such is the case with Lenovo's smallest ThinkCentre PC, which has been equipped with AMD Ryzen PRO processing.

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Japan’s Fugaku surpasses Summit as world’s most powerful supercomputer

The world’s most powerful supercomputer has just fired up. A newcomer named Fugaku has nabbed the number one spot in the Top500 list of supercomputers, surpassing Summit, the reigning champion of the past few years.

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Motion capture tech digitizes dogs, with no suit and a single camera

Scientists at the University of Bath have come up with a simpler method of motion capture, developing a computer model that can digitize dogs without the need for a motion capture suit and a suite of surrounding cameras.

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Motion capture tech digitizes dogs, with no suit and a single camera

Scientists at the University of Bath have come up with a simpler method of motion capture, developing a computer model that can digitize dogs without the need for a motion capture suit and a suite of surrounding cameras.

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