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Google Aims to Demonstrate Quantum Supremacy with a 50-Qubit Processor

October 19, 2017

Via: InfoQ

In a paper published in Nature, Google has revealed its plans to demonstrate that quantum computers can perform a computational task beyond the capability of a classical computer, a claim known as quantum supremacy. Key in Google’s plan is building a 50-qubit […]


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The best keyboards of 2017: top 10 keyboards compared

September 25, 2017

Via: Techradar

Although we wouldn’t bank on seeing Intel’s 10nm Cannonlake processors until the end of 2018, the best keyboard is available right now. So, in the interim of CPU releases, you can be sure that your fingers are satisfied with a […]


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PS4 vs Xbox One: which is better?

September 6, 2017

Via: Techradar

Wow, the console market has gotten complicated hasn’t it? What started as a simple two horse race between the PS4 and Xbox One back in 2013 now consists of a massive six different pieces of hardware, and that’s not even […]


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Huawei announces two new laptops, refreshes Matebook E Windows 10 tablet

May 24, 2017

Via: TechSpot

Huawei is relatively new to the PC market, but the Chinese smartphone giant is set on challenging established players and diversifying its brand. The company has announced two new laptops, the Matebook X and Matebook D, as well as a […]


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Laptop sales pick up with Apple’s latest MacBook Pro selling nicely

May 22, 2017

Via: Techradar

There’s more positive news on the PC front, with one analyst firm declaring that laptop sales are up for the first quarter of this year, against traditional seasonal expectations (i.e. slower sales at the beginning of the year). TrendForce’s figures […]


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AMD unveils the Radeon Vega Frontier Edition, the “fastest graphics card on the planet”

May 17, 2017

Via: TechSpot

Nvidia got a lot of attention last week when it unveiled the Tesla V100, a high-performance computing chip based on the company’s seventh-generation Volta architecture. Now, it’s AMD’s turn in the spotlight. At its Financial Analysts Day call, the company […]


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AMD Ryzen 9 leak hints at CPUs that could outperform Intel’s Core i9

May 16, 2017

Via: Techradar

Following recently leaked details of Intel’s Core i9 enthusiast-targeted CPUs, spillage has occurred on the AMD front, revealing the alleged specs of the incoming high-end Ryzen 9 series processors. Going toe-to-toe with Core i9, Ryzen 9 – also known as […]


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LG’s massive 43-inch 4K monitor is like having four HD screens in one

May 2, 2017

Via: Techradar

Do you like the idea of a multi-monitor setup, but perhaps not the clutter of having, er, multiple monitors on your desk? Then LG’s freshly-revealed 4K display could be the ideal solution, as it’s essentially four monitors in one. The […]


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Microsoft to share Project Scorpio details at E3 2017

April 14, 2017

Via: TechSpot

Most expected Microsoft to officially unveil Project Scorpio at this year’s E3 conference and now, we’ve learned that the Redmond-based technology company will do just that. Head of Xbox, Phil Spencer, revealed as much in a recent post on the […]


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Apple Plans to Develop a Fully Custom GPU Architecture

April 5, 2017

Via: InfoQ

Apple will develop its own custom graphics architecture to power the GPUs for its future devices, according to UK-based firm Imagination Technologies, Apple’s current GPU provider. The new GPUs should be ready in 15 months to two years time and […]