July 23, 2010
Nvidia Fellow David Kirk takes a swipe at Intel's heterogeneous computing plans. Read more…
May 11, 2010
Most of the efforts to address the problem of shrinking transistor geometries have focused on making the devices behave more precisely. But what if instead of trying to make the transistors better, we purposefully try to make them worse. Although it sounds counter-intuitive, developing processors that are naturally error-prone is exactly what one team of researchers has set out to do. Read more…
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