In 2008, Intel turns the 45nm corner with a pair of ultramobile platforms that will take the x86 ISA where it has never gone before: into pockets and purses. Here’s a look at what’s next for the ISA that just won’t die.
It seems the front-paged “Folding@Home hits petaflop mark” news last week inspired more digging PS3 owners as the project organizers are now announcing that “the aggregated computation power of the PS3 consoles – by themselves – has crossed the Petaflop line”. That, fellow diggers, is another decade’s worth of cancer cure-related research.
This review is a summary of practically all the features and changes in the latest version of Ubuntu. It covers such stuff as: major improvements on a desktop; compiz fusion overview; screen, graphics and driver preferences improvements; new default desktop search instrument; changes on printing service; Firefox 3 features.
Ubisoft has just announced the latest development in what seems like one of the world’s largest video game franchises. None other than Tom Clancy is getting a new title – this time he’s taking to the air. The as-yet untitled project is currently being worked on by Ubisoft Bucharest, and is set to launch in 2008.