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MIT Researchers Plan To Make 100-Core Chips Silicon Simulator

Tired of using Dual Core, Core 2 Duo, Core I 3/5/7? How about using a processor that has 100-Core Chips! I'm not joking. Yes, it's 100-Core Chips! MIT researchers have refined a software-based chip simulator that tests chip designs with large numbers of cores for flaws, adding the ability to measure designs’ potential power consumption, and also…
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Silicon Power’s New Stream S20 USB 3.0 External HDD

Silicon Power introduces their new Stream S20 USB 3.0 portable hard drive with a “Smooth Aesthetic and Curvaceous Design”. The S20 model that is currently being offered by Silicon Power was modelled around a high-performance sports car, with the front side of the S20 supposedly resembling a sport’s cars’ low wind shear design.
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Bridgelux Silicon LED

Bridglux demonstrates dramatic advancements in Gan-On-Silicon technology for solid state lighting.Bridgelux silicon LED could lead to brighter, more affordable solid state lighting and by growing gallium nitride on low-cost silicon wafers, as opposed to the typical sapphire and silicon carbide substrates, the company has achieved an output of…
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Silicon Power Stream S10 Portable Hard Drive

Silicon Power has announced the Stream S10, a portable 2.5inch external hard drive.The new drive is inspired by Italian sports cars with curvaceous design.Beside these, it’s a latest hard drive which comes loaded with some latest specifications as well. As per its specs the new portable external storage solution, Silicon Power Stream S10 utilizes…
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Strange Behavior of Silicon That Could Revolutionize Electronics

It seems like a common and basic circumstance of nature that solids melt into liquids as they get warmer. But a few materials exist, they melt as they cool down and that fact could help us make better solar cells and computer chips. Retrograde melting is one of the most counterintuitive phenomena that nature has to offer. Why would some materials…
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