Amazing new military helicopters to look out for in 2018

2018 is going to be a big year for futuristic helicopters as new helos and next-generation designs emerge. These exciting new helicopters are becoming more powerful, flying far faster and even flying missions by themselves.

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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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MIT Develops 3D Chip That Integrates CPU, Memory

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A new type of chip manufacturing could one day lead to designs that stack CPU and logic in the same 3D structure, drastically improving performance.

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Noctua Unveils Cooler Designs With Improved Midrange Performance

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Cooler manufacturer Noctua was at Computex this week, talking up new cutting-edge fan designs meant to boost performance at midrange decibel levels.

The post Noctua Unveils Cooler Designs With Improved Midrange Performance appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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Google air conditioner design could let you see straight through the machine

Looking to fix many of the problems associated with traditional window aid conditioner designs, Google’s newly filed patent would go fanless and even provide an interior window to let you receive more natural light.

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Intel claims three-year advantage on 10nm, wants to change how we define process nodes

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Intel held a technology day this week to discuss the future of its 10nm designs and to call for a new way of defining process nodes. 10nm is shaping up to be a significant advance, but it may be a few years before every market segment shares in the improvements.

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Intel claims three-year advantage on 10nm, wants to redefine process nodes

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Intel held a technology day this week to discuss the future of its 10nm designs and to call for a new way of defining process nodes. 10nm is shaping up to be a significant advance, but it may be a few years before every market segment shares in the improvements.

The post Intel claims three-year advantage on 10nm, wants to redefine process nodes appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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Microsoft’s guidance for Windows PCs in 2017 won’t reverse sales decline

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Microsoft has laid out its ideas for the hardware designs it wants OEMs to pursue in 2017. The problem is, there’s really nothing in the company’s guidelines that’s going to move product.

The post Microsoft’s guidance for Windows PCs in 2017 won’t reverse sales decline appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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Computex 2016 highlights: Home robot, razor-thin MacBook clone, and a gorgeous 3D printer

Some slick designs and novel computers headlined Computex 2016 in Taipei this week.

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Meizu's new Pro 6 smartphone mimics Apple's iPhone 6s design & 3D Touch

Article Image Chinese smartphone maker Meizu — well-known for copying Apple’s iPhone designs in its products — on Wednesday announced the Pro 6, a phone which not only imitates design elements from the iPhone 6s but one of its signature features, 3D Touch.

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Apple's iPhone shipments 'likely' to fall below 200M in 2016, insider says

Article Image With lower-than-expected demand for the iPhone 6s, a soft iPhone SE launch, and dual-camera designs from competitors expected to beat the ‘iPhone 7 Plus’ to market, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes iPhone shipments could fall below 200 million units this year.

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Apple invents modular Apple Watch accessories that link together, connect via diagnostics port

Article Image A trio of Apple inventions published Thursday detail advanced strap designs with embedded electronic devices that connect via Apple Watch’s diagnostics port, suggesting the wearable might soon support wireless charging battery packs, GPS receivers and more.

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New iPhone 7 case rumor depicts thinner body, nearly flush camera

Article Image Rumored case designs purportedly leaked from Apple supplier Catcher Technology suggest that the next major iPhone design will feature a streamlined rear case design with larger cutout accommodating a virtually flush rear camera lens.

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Is this how we'll get around in the future?

Take a look at the most outlandish designs for personal mobility vehicles.


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Thermaltake accused of ripping off multiple rivals, stealing designs

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Longtime hardware manufacturer Thermaltake has been accused of stealing multiple designs from its rivals and passing them off as its own.

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Apple partner Imagination Technologies unveils new PowerVR 'super-GPU' with 512 ALU cores

Imagination Technologies, the company who designs the graphics processors used in Apple’s A-series chips, unveiled the PowerVR GT7900 on Thursday, a so-called “super-GPU” that will power affordable game consoles, and could be a candidate for a future Apple TV refresh.



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Mollusk biology could hold the key to lithium-ion battery efficiency

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New carbon nanotube designs could significantly improve battery performance — based on a little help from mollusks and advanced materials engineering.

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Intel at IDF 2014: Broadwell benchmarks, first Skylake silicon, and IoT developments

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At IDF this year Intel is showing off Android reference designs, Internet of Things projects, next-generation architectures, and its upcoming Core M platform.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/189752-intel-at-idf-2014-broadwell-benchmarks-first-skylake-silicon-and-iot-developments

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Navy designs new amphibious assault ships

The Navy is evaluating designs, costs and specifications for a new class of amphibious assault ships designed to replace the current fleet of cargo-carrying LSD 41/49 dock landing ships, service officials said.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2014/08/14/navy-designs-new-amphibious-assault-ships/

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