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  • Photonic Microchips Use DVD-like Tech - Scientists have made a crucial step towards unlocking the "holy grail" of computing - microchips that mimic the way the human brain works to store and process information. A research team, including Professor C. David Wright from the University of Exeter, have made a pioneering breakthrough by developing photonic computer chips - that use light rather than electricity - that imitate the way the brain's synapses operate. Professor Harish Bhaskaran from Oxford University and who led the team said "The development of computers that work more like the human brain has been a holy grail of scientists for decades. Via a network of neurons and synapses the brain can process and store vast amounts of information simultaneously, using only a few tens of Watts of power. Conventional computers can't come close to this sort of performance."
  • Why are Apple's chips faster than Qualcomm's? - On paper, the multi-core result of the hexa-core A11 is 50 percent faster than the octa-core Snapdragon 835. As I mentioned above though, Geekbench doesn't test other parts of the SoC. Things like the DSP, the ISP and any AI-related functions will influence the day-to-day experience of any devices using these processors. However, when it comes to raw CPU speed, the A11 is the clear winner. This can be a bit hard for Android fans to stomach. So what is the reason? First we need a bit of a history lesson.
  • Over 500 Million PCs Are Secretly Mining Cryptocurrency - AdGuard has found a total of 220 sites that launch mining when a user opens their main page, with an aggregated audience of 500 million people. 220 sites may not seem like a lot. but CoinHive was launched less than one month ago on September 14th. Their joint profit has been estimated at over US $43,000, and this money has been made at almost zero cost.
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  • Microsoft Releases Edge Browser for Android/iOS,Launcher for Android - Microsoft today made a beta version of its Edge browser available to Android and iOS devices. The beta, available to registered Windows Insiders, requires users to initiate the signup process through a Windows 10 PC. Edge for mobile devices ports over popular desktop features, include Favorites, Reading List, New Tab Page, and Reading View. It can sync bookmarks and browser history with the desktop and includes a built-in QR code reader. It's only available to U.S. beta testers in English for now. Microsoft today also released a new launcher for Android handsets. The launcher replaces the native home screen on Android devices in favor of Microsoft's. It includes Windows 10 features such as favorites, recent photos, documents, and more. Before today, the Microsoft Launcher for Android was in beta status via the Microsoft Garage. It is now available for download through the Google Play Store
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  • Researchers Say WiFi Vulnerability Impacts Nearly Everything - Researchers say they've found a serious gap in the WPA2 security protocol that can allow hackers to use key reinstallation attacks (KRACKs) to compromise most WiFi devices. The researchers say the method allows hackers to read encrypted information transiting via WiFi, including passwords, emails, photos, credit card numbers, and more.
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  • iOS 11.0.3 Resolves Yet More Bugs - Apple has released iOS 11.0.3 to help clean up some ongoing issues in the code. According to Apple, the updated system fixes an problem where audio and haptic feedback would not work on some iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus devices. It also addresses an issue where touch input was unresponsive on some iPhone 6s displays that had been repaired with non-genuine Apple parts. iOS 11.0.3 is free to download for iPhone and iPad owners. Apple is already testing iOS 11.1, which will include hundreds of new emoji. Apple hasn't said when the public can expect to see iOS 11.1
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last 10 comments:
Csimbi(10:50 AM EDT - Oct,17 2017 )
quote:
microchips that mimic the way the human brain works to store and process information

Great. Now computers can forget things, and make mistakes, too.
I'd rather have a slow, high-power-req PC that does not do either one of those.

Tom(10:21 AM EDT - Oct,19 2017 )
Csimbi> quote:
microchips that mimic the way the human brain works to store and process information

Great. Now computers can forget things, and make mistakes, too.
I'd rather have a slow, high-power-req PC that does not do either one of those.


Could you imagine your brain being modeled? It would be like Donald Trumps. What a disaster!

Your PC is slow anyway right? Since you can't even run Experience on it without problem.. If you can't even have Experience idling in the BG you Gotta have a real shit low powered PC. You said it yourself. Next time maybe you should buy a pre-made because you obviously can't make a PC.

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