Do Spectre, Meltdown Mean the Death of Moore’s Law?

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Meltdown and Spectre are serious problems. Are they serious enough to kill all hope of future CPU performance improvements?

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Samsung wants to transform your white board experience with the Samsung Flip

At CES 2018, Samsung Electronics offered up a vision for the “Workplace of the Future,” beginning with the new Samsung Flip digital flip chart display. The new Samsung Flip WM55H promises more collaborative digital learning.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2018/01/09/samsung-wants-to-transform-your-white-board-experience-with-samsung-flip.html

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Meet the US Army's new pistol

In future battles, U.S. soldiers will have a new sidearm for personal protection. The Army’s new pistol may see more action than the last thanks to a design that has great potential for offensive purposes like close quarter combat.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/12/13/meet-us-armys-new-pistol.html

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Micron Launches New NAND-based DIMMs, Intel Announces Optane DIMMs

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Intel and Micron both made significant announcements this week about the future of non-volatile RAM and future Optane (3D XPoint) products.

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The original article can be found here: https://www.extremetech.com/computing/259155-micron-launches-new-nand-based-dimms-intel-announces-optane-dimms?source=Computing

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Microsoft Set to Release Quantum Computer Programming Language

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Microsoft looks to the future with the upcoming release of its own quantum computing programming language.

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Will robots soon replace teachers in the classroom?

Inspirational teachers of the future will be intelligent machines rather than humans, according to a British university vice chancellor.

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Disney will make Star Wars and Marvel movies exclusive to its new streaming service

If you want to stream future Star Wars and Marvel films to your TV, computer, or smartphone, there’s only going to be one place to get them.

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New Surface device rumored for Microsoft Future Decoded event in London

Panos Panay has been confirmed as a keynote speaker at Microsoft’s Future Decoded conference, prompting speculation that the event might see the reveal of a new addition to the Surface family.

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Intel Can Now Mesh Different Process Nodes on the Same Chip

Intel has released details on a new interconnect approach that it’s using for future FPGAs, and could make available in CPUs as well, if demand is significant.

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Your insurance adjuster may soon be a drone or an app

As per the 2017 Future of Claims Study survey by LexisNexis Risk Solutions, insurance companies are looking to “virtual” methods of handling claims. 38 percent of insurers no longer send employees for physical inspections.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/08/07/your-insurance-adjuster-may-soon-be-drone-or-app.html

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Nvidia Considers Multi-Chip GPUs for Future Designs

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A new research paper from Nvidia suggests the company is looking to new designs for future cards — including non-monolithic GPUs that would communicate with each other via MCM-like signaling.

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Robert Kraft says football's future is via livestreaming

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft said the future of NFL broadcasts is in “over the top” deals like the livestreaming agreement the NFL signed with Amazon this spring.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/06/23/robert-kraft-says-footballs-future-is-via-livestreaming.html

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This new technology can help predict if you're going to die

New research has indicated that “future” predicting computers could be coming to hospitals in the near future. Researchers are hoping that the technology could be used to predict serious illnesses and medical conditions such as heart attacks.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/06/14/this-new-technology-can-help-predict-if-youre-going-to-die.html

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Micron Releases Update on GDDR5X, GDDR6 Roadmaps, Production

Micron sees a future for GDDR5X and GDDR6 well into 2018, as the new memory standard ramps up and existing VRAM hits higher bandwidth levels.

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Thunderbolt Goes Royalty-Free as Intel Repositions It to Boost Adoption

Intel’s future Thunderbolt standard will be royalty-free and open to other companies should they wish to design their own controllers. That’s a major change from how Intel has deployed the technology over the last few years.

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Can artificial intelligence help thwart ransomware?

In the future, security systems could use artificial intelligence to monitor user behavior, track activity, suggest when there may be a danger, and even mount an attack against the ransomware purveyors, effectively rendering the deadline malware client inoperable.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/05/18/can-artificial-intelligence-help-thwart-ransomware.html

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