Dell Technologies, HP, Microsoft, and Intel recently showed opposition to U.S. President Donald Trump’s proposal to add laptops and tablets to the list of Chinese goods targeted for tech tariffs, a Reuters report says. The companies said in a joint statement the proposed tariffs on laptops would increase U.S. customer cost and fail to address […]
Ricoh utilizes Amazon Web Services to Alexa enable its IM Series printers.
Mentor, a Siemens business, announces that their Calibre physical verification suite has achieved a new standard for electronic design automation software scalability on the Microsoft Azure cloud during scaling experiments on 5nm test chips and a full reticle-sized 7nm production design. Mentor reports that the Calibre physical verification suite deployments were able to scale out to […]
Are Silicon Computer Chips a Thing of the Past? Maybe, if Molybdenum Disulfide Transistors Take Over
What if computers could perform simple logic with half the transistors, switch between different operations using light, and store the output of the operation in the device itself? A new paper by researchers in Shanghai aims to answer that with molybdenum disulfide transistors, says this report from Ars Technica. “With the development of carbon nanotubes and graphene, […]
New Dell Precision mobile workstations, Precision 3000 towers, and Precision 1U rack workstation are designed for data- and graphics-demanding work, says the company. All of these new Dell Precision workstations are Independent Software Vendor (ISV) certified and equipped with Dell Precision Optimizer software – a solution that automatically tailors the system’s settings for efficiency. Design features: Dell Precision […]
There’s always one stat that electronics consumers want to know about: battery life. But what if that became less of a concern as the device aged? It could, if the claims surrounding a glass battery prototype are true. According to this article from IEEE Spectrum, team of researchers claim they have created a battery that […]
Alex Cranz, tech reporter at Gizmodo, recently said in an article that about five years ago, she was approached by a rep from a major laptop manufacturer who promised to use “Ice Lake” — the 10th generation of x86 chips from Intel — in super thin laptops within a year. Flash forward years later, and Cranz […]
L-com launches indoor and outdoor rated Cat6a lightning and surge protectors for Ethernet-connected equipment.
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) is a pretty diverse campus in terms of programs offered to its approximately 30,000 students. UNLV’s Classroom Technology Services is responsible for AV integration throughout the diverse campus, creating customized proposals for internal clients, collaborating with a local integrator, and overseeing each integration from conception to completion. The […]
The university’s hacker-resistant development changes code and seals off network vulnerabilities faster than ever.