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Chinese supercomputer destroys speed record and will get much faster

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Lights on the Tianhe-2 supercomputer change color depending on the power load. Jack Dongarra A Chinese supercomputer known as Tianhe-2 has been measured at speeds of 30.65 petaflops, or 74 percent faster than the current holder of the world's-fastest-supercomputer title. The speed is remarkable partly because the Intel-based Tianhe-2...
Chinese supercomputer destroys speed record and will get much faster

Review: Indigo wants to bring Siri-like conversation to the Android platform

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Ask Indigo what it can do and it will give you a few pointers on what to ask it. Indigo is a digital personal assistant application that launched in April in both the Google Play store and the Windows Marketplace. Unlike Google Now, it kick-starts a conversation with every...
Review: Indigo wants to bring Siri-like conversation to the Android platform
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The "iRadio" saga continues: Apple allegedly partners with Warner Music

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Both CNET and The New York Times are reporting that Apple has reached a deal with Warner Music this weekend. It would mark the second of the three major music labels (Universal Music Group being the other) that the company has officially partnered with ahead of its alleged "iRadio"...
The "iRadio" saga continues: Apple allegedly partners with Warner Music

Feds put Apple on trial over e-books, starting Monday

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Over a year ago, the Department of Justice filed an antitrust lawsuit against six major book publishers and Apple. One-by-one, the publishers settled with the government, with the final publisher (Macmillan) agreeing to terms in February 2013. But there remains one major holdout: Apple itself. In court documents filed...
Feds put Apple on trial over e-books, starting Monday
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My day in Redmond: A brief look at Microsoft's Xbox campus

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(video link) With all the announcements coming from Microsoft this week, it was genuinely exciting to be in attendance at the company's recent Xbox One reveal event. It was exciting not only because we witnessed a new entry in the console wars firsthand, but the trip also provided a...
My day in Redmond: A brief look at Microsoft's Xbox campus
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