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Slideshow: Hanging out at a hardware hackathon
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1/29/2013   4 comments
The Open Compute Summit hosted a hackathon, attracting nearly 100 engineers to spend a day at a design party for data center hardware.
Top 10 disruptive startup tech plays
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1/23/2013   14 comments
A server startup, photovoltaics, new DRAM applications, and IoT are all going to change the shape of electronics in 2013.
Slideshow: Intel Lights 100G Interconnects at Facebook Summit
News & Analysis  
1/17/2013   31 comments
Open Compute Summit saw an engineering kicker for data center servers via samples of 100 Gbit/s silicon photonics interconnect modules.
CES slideshow: Next big (or little) things
News & Analysis  
1/12/2013   22 comments
Found on the International CES show floor, here are some small gems and big trends that might well alter the consumer electronics landscape in 2013.
CES slideshow: Gadgets galore at opener
News & Analysis  
1/7/2013   12 comments
A trend at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show is the proliferation of devices using wireless and sensors while leveraging apps running on smartphones and tablets. Here are some examples.


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