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Many-core startup builds out ecosystem

1/24/2013 03:26 PM EST
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William Miller
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William Miller   3/11/2013 1:18:17 PM
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I think that hardware upgrades will improve all spheres of living - medicine, education, science and entertainment. The more sophisticated the tools we have will be, the more comfort we'll have. I doubt that I will ever see or use this 256-core processor)) But now I at least know it exists) Schengen travel insurance

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Baziinga   4/2/2013 2:21:03 PM
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William, but is it worth such upgrades? I mean, there are millions spent on these improvements, size reductions and power efficiency.. These days our country desperately needs money. Spending it on small chips is pointless I reckon! http://www.sctnomination.com/

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