The creator of the venerable Linpack benchmark says its value as a proxy for real-world performance "has become very low," so he's created an alternative.
MIT researchers show how one computer connected to a cloud can spy on every other computer in that cloud. But they have a solution.
The Voyager spacecraft, with their 36-year-old systems and 68KB of computing capacity, may soon exit the solar system.
The Scorpius 2.0 is an example of what's possible with Intel's new low-power, high-performance processors.
A 3D printing pioneer's project to create CAD files of some of the world's great sculptures could give students, and everyone else, a hands-on education in art.
The upgrade brings back the Start button, sort of, and adds a few other features.
The National Science Foundation funds development of STEM games such as those by Wisdom Tools, and NASA helps ensure their accuracy.
New 802.11ac models are appearing ahead of the new standard’s adoption, and are even certified by IEEE.
The country's new Tianhe-2 system leapfrogs the Energy Department’s Titan, but it's just one wrinkle in the move toward new techniques and, eventually, exascale computing.
John Breeden II was one of the people who stuck with Windows XP until forced to upgrade. Why didn't he switch sooner?