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$100 Supercomputer – YES! We made it!
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10/29/2012   5 comments
Well, what an exciting time. I'm happy to inform you that we succeeded in pushing the guys at Adapteva over their Kickstarter goal.
Which sci-fi author would you like to meet?
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10/25/2012   47 comments
Seriously, here's your chance to pick which science fiction author you would like to see at one of our forthcoming UBM events.
Personal supercomputer for only $100!
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10/24/2012   20 comments
For only $100, the Parallella is a personal supercomputer based on a Zynq All Programmable SoC from Xilinx and an Epiphany multi-core processor from Adapteva.
Altium, what have you done?
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10/17/2012   46 comments
I was completely blown away when I heard the news that CEO and founder Nick Martin has been squeezed out.
OMG! The most amazing "must see" photos!
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10/17/2012   23 comments
You simply MUST look at these pictures – trust me, you won’t regret it (have I ever lied to you before?)
Monk fish croon their soothing songs of snooze...
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10/16/2012   25 comments
Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear... I think I can feel a challenge coming on…
A pig, a mouse, and two asses walk into a bar...
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10/12/2012   2 comments
This all started with an email whose subject line was "Allergic to cats?" Inside this email was an image that certainly made my eyes water…
Well, Swoosh Me!
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10/10/2012   19 comments
I am somewhat flabbergasted, because a "swoosh" just took me completely by surprise.
Wherefore art thou Tensilica?
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10/10/2012   3 comments
A little bird tells me that things are going so swimmingly well at Tensilica that…
What's the most amazing book no one (you know) ever read?
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10/9/2012   26 comments
This book, which has to be one of my "all-time favorite reads," is sitting on the shelf in my office as we speak...
Power2U 4 Me!
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10/2/2012   11 comments
Of course I should have turned off the power first, but "I R an Engineer" and I know what I'm doing…


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