Chip company Adapteva hopes to launch a Raspberry Pi-style parallel computing revolution via a Kickstarter funding campaign, but getting enough developers could be difficult.
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Oracle, buffeted by major changes in how the IT industry treats hardware, has designed a new engineered system that can be shrunk into a bite-size version for small-to-medium-sized enterprises.
A major deal will see a Sony factory in Wales crank out thousands of the Linux mini-computers, proving that not all low-cost electronics need be made in China.
Eye-tracking specialist Tobii wants you to drop your mouse or joystick and just use your eyes to play its games.
A pilot project using Apple's iPad not only saved money, but proved popular among MPs and peers, the head of parliamentary IT has revealed
VMware has introduced a set of technologies behind the company's plans to adapt to what it calls the 'post-PC world', including Project AppBlast and Project Octopus
British IT managers are more worried than their European counterparts about the security and network risks of employees bringing their own devices into the workplace, according to a Fortinet survey
Symantec is bringing its VeriSign Identity Protection product and integrating it into Intel's second-generation Core chipsets to augment the latter's security features.
Redmond says virtually transparent structure is designed to make the most of free air cooling but still protect servers from the elements.
Chipmaker Intel's latest range of solid-state drives is designed for a variety of form factors including tablets and dual-drive notebooks, with Lenovo said to be interested in becoming an early adopter.