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The country has slipped off the list of the 500 most powerful machines
An investigation into dynamic random-access memory chip failure reveals surprising hardware vulnerabilities
Pocket refrigerators, whirling heat sinks, and more
The TOP500 ranking shows little change in the world's fastest supercomputers
A new architecture could enable silicon quantum computing to scale in size and correct quantum errors
For the first time, objects can be moved and spun in midair using a single ultrasonic array
DRAM is expensive and volatile. It’s also the future of cloud storage
Will metamaterials improve optical chips?
New insights into how metal ions move could make better resistive RAM
Australian scientists will look for industry partners to help move toward a million-qubit processor
The new 1,000-qubit machine installed at Google's Quantum AI Lab spends most of its power on keeping cool
Will qubits cohabit with silicon-based electronics in the future?
A chip that can shatter upon command could safeguard U.S. military data and devices on future battlefields
Advance opens up the possibility of quantum repeaters for long distance qubit transmission
MIT's new technique could more easily enable multi-core chips with hundreds or thousands of cores
A specially made silicon surface that can modulate light could lead to lead to a new generation of lightweight, mass-produced optical systems
Thirty years after its introduction, the Amiga is still influencing computing
China puts export license restrictions on sales of its supercomputer and drone technologies overseas
Obama's executive order aims to achieve exascale supercomputing and pave future for computers
Some of the most sophisticated machines ever built end their life as scrap