Expert shows off 25-GPU cluster that cracks every password

Expert shows off 25-GPU cluster that cracks every password

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New The computer cluster uses 25 AMD Radeon graphics cards and can make 350 billion guesses per second. [Read more]...
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Apple's new 27-inch iMacs won't ship until January

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Customers who order one of the new ultra-thin 27-inch iMacs will now have to wait until January to receive them. As picked up by 9to5Mac, Apple’s (AAPL) online stores in the U.S. and Canada show a January ship-time for the large-screened iMac. Apple announced on November 30th that the 27-inch iMac would ship...
Apple's new 27-inch iMacs won't ship until January

Qualcomm adds two new China-bound SoCs to its Snapdragon S4 lineup

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Qualcomm's Snapdragon S4 chips are flying off the shelves so fast these days that the company's had to enlist other manufacturing companies just to keep up with the demand. That's not keeping the San Diego-based firm from further expanding its entry-level quad-core lineup, however, as Qualcomm just unveiled the...
Qualcomm adds two new China-bound SoCs to its Snapdragon S4 lineup

The way you think of your computer's desktop is changing

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This post is sponsored by VMware. Learn about VMware virtualization and cloud solutions for small & mid-size business visit info.vmware.com This article is available in other languages: Desktop as a service has been kicked around for a long time. It’s almost the holy grail of computing for businesses and...
The way you think of your computer's desktop is changing

ET deals: Alienware M18x r2 Ivy Bridge gaming laptop

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Until recently the term “gaming laptop” was a major misnomer. These weren’t as much a laptop as they were a compact desktop, causing you to deal with a huge footprint, jet-style cooling fans, and a power brick so large it almost needs its own carrying bag.Those days are long gone...
ET deals: Alienware M18x r2 Ivy Bridge gaming laptop

This low-specced ASUS device could be the $99 Nexus tablet

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The Digital Reader recently discovered benchmarks posted to the GLBenchmarks website for an unannounced Asus tablet that might possibly be for Google’s much rumored $99 Nexus tablet. According to the specs listed in the benchmark data, the Asus ME172V will sport a 1024×600 resolution display, Android 4.1.1, a 400MHz...
This low-specced ASUS device could be the $99 Nexus tablet

Benchmarks hint at budget ASUS ME172V Jelly Bean tablet, 1GHz processor Mali 400 GPU

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ASUS has been a strong force in the tablet game even before it set a new price-to-quality standard with Google's Nexus 7. It looks like the firm could be tightening the budget screw even further, if some recent GLBenchmarks are to be believed. The details are sparse, but outline...
Benchmarks hint at budget ASUS ME172V Jelly Bean tablet, 1GHz processor Mali 400 GPU

ASUS ME172V shows up in benchmarks, could be budget Nexus 7

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The rumored $99 version of the ASUS-built and Google-branded Nexus 7 tablet may be nearing release as some alleged performance benchmark scores for the device have been released online. The GLBenchmark results show a device called ME172V that runs on Android 4.1.1. Hardware specs include a 1GHz CPU and 400MHz...
ASUS ME172V shows up in benchmarks, could be budget Nexus 7
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