Solid State Drives – We Hardly Knew You

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There has been a lot of talk about the solid state drives as the best hard drives.  But with all things technology, it can change pretty quick.  Welcome to the world of Nanowire ‘racetrack’ memory. Imagine a computer equipped with shock-proof memory that’s 100,000 times faster and consumes less power than current hard disks. One […]

Smart Phone as Doctor?

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For the past few years, a lot of people have theorized about what smart phones will be able to do.  Some people are saying that smart phones would be able to detect harmful chemicals, or detecting danger heart arrhythmias.  This will happen and is happening.   Today in the main stream news, Britian doctors are working on an app […]

Microprocessor Animation

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Ever wonder how a computer works? Using the top-down approach, this block diagram takes you on a journey through the various stages of a microprocessor’s architecture. At the system level, the details of each component are concealed, all emphasis being placed on the task that each device performs. For starters, every microprocessor has an arithmetic […]

3D Real Time Closer to Reality

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The University of Arizona has published an article in the scientific journal of Nature on almost real time 3D images.  “Holographic telepresence means we can record a three-dimensional image in one location and show it in another location, in real-time, anywhere in the world,” Nasser Peyghambarian, one of the study’s lead researchers, said in a […]

Upcoming Free Webinars for November

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It is hard to believe that it is November.  We have a flurry of FREE webinars coming this month.  (Someone asked me why I always put free webinars down – that is because every now and then I get a phone call from someone who says, “I read that this is a free webinar – how […]

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