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Guess the Number HD

Guess the NumberPlayers take turns finding the secret number on a number line. In each round, the computer designates a secret number...

December 3, 2014 By The Lusca

No Chrome Movement

I have been thinking, dangerous but true. Much of what I like in the world of web design and computing is when the interface gets out of the way, allowing the user untrammelled access to the task at hand.

February 16, 2012 by

Bristol University demos brightest quantum optics

University of Bristol researchers, in collaboration with colleagues at the Universities of Osaka and Hokkaido in Japan, have demonstrated a quantum logic gate - a controlled-NOT or CNOT gate - that was first proposed a decade ago.Back in 2001, this four-photon design opened up the possibility of optical quantum computing.

June 26, 2011 by

PDF Catalog

This program catalogs and displays PDF files on your computer. It sorts PDFs by Category based on the folder the PDF is in. Simple,...

December 2, 2014 By Monster Communications

Digital Logic Design

This is a tool for designing and simulating digital circuits. It provides parts ranging from simple gates to ALU. In this tool a circuit...

November 10, 2014 By Digital Circuit Design

Wind-powered tech manufacturing facility earns rare Platinum LEED designation

The Other World Computing systems integration and technology assembly facility in Illinois is one of roughly 300 companies to receive a Platinum recognition under the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design program run by the Green Building Certification Institute.One of the biggest factors toward that certification was the 194-foot tall wind turbine that will be used to generate the power for the Other World facility.

April 9, 2010 by

Next-generation students want careers in computing

Generation Z, the term referring to today's teenagers who have yet to finish their studies or enter higher education, see the computing and technology industry as being their most likely choice of career.In an online survey of just over 1,800 Australian teenagers, those aged between 12 and 18, say they would rather land themselves a career in technology based jobs, rather than careers in graphics design, teaching and acting.

July 24, 2009 by

Intel Larrabee to have 32 cores, ship in 2010

Intel has hinted to its plans for its multiple-core Larrabee graphics processor, showing a design that uses 32 processor cores and mates each to its "own vector math unit, allowing each core to process very specialized tasks very efficiently," according to Electronista.The news was revealed at the opening of Saarland University's Visual Computing Institute this week, where Intel promised $12 million toward the new Intel Visual Computing Institute over the next five years.

May 14, 2009 by

Our new business/technology curriculum

Our business department is undergoing some shifts next fall due to changing budgets, retiring staff, and a technology director (that's me) who would like to see the way we teach computing. Up until now, aside from a web design class (introductory HTML, WYSIWYG tools, design principles, etc.

February 3, 2009 by

Green power supply start-up hires new engineering veep

The head of engineering from high-speed memory company Rambus has jumped shipped to join Green Plug, which is plugging (pun intended) technology for universal power adapters that work across a range of consumer electronics and computing devices.Kevin Jones, who becomes Green Plug's vice president of engineering, has experience in systems design and validation.

January 22, 2009 by

IBM launches cloud computing services

IBM on Monday unveiled a series of cloud computing services including business consulting to determine return on investment, design and implementation and security architecture.Big Blue noted that its services will focus on public, private and hybrid cloud computing set-ups.

November 23, 2008 by

CAD vs. programming...what should we teach?

Many of us have limited resources to teach technology courses, both in terms of available staff and computing facilities. We've taught a course in CAD (Computer Aided Design/Drawing/Drafting) for some time and it has always been popular with students.

September 22, 2008 by


The 11.1in. ASUS U2E is slim, sleek and distinctive, although the leather trim may not be to all tastes. It's not a great performer, but battery life is good. This is an ultraportable that style-conscious executives should consider.

June 30, 2008 by

SGI to university: Chill out

Hot off the presses: The University of Arizona in Tucso has purchased a mammoth 1392-core SGI Altix ICE 8200 high-performance computing platform to support its research groups across campus. Apparently, the university was just as impressed with the technology's cooling design as it was with the boost it will get for its research applications.

May 29, 2008 by

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