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Intel announcements and keynote at CES 2015... Intel Demos a Button-Size Wearable Computer Intel Curie module - Intel Curie module fact sheet - Curie's key features A low-power, 32-bit Intel® Quark™ SE SoC 384kB Flash memory, 80kB SRAM A low-power integrated DSP sensor hub with a proprietary pattern matching accelerator Bluetooth Low Energy 6-axis combo sensor with accele...

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Want more...GreenIT Kermit the Frog sang the song, "It's not easy being Green". We hear more and more about technologies that are also green - green hard disk drives, green servers, and lower power chips.  Today, I was reading an article on eWeek that two of IBM's Blue Gene/Q Supercomputer prototypes appear at the top of the latest Green500 supercomputer list. You can read about the Green500 list at For developers, Intel provides an Energy Checker SDK.  The SDK gives developers ...

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Want more...Bits Who wants more Bits (binary digits)?  I first started programming in September 1969 on an IBM 360 model 40 as a Freshman at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Computer Science Department.  The IBM 360/40 had a 16-bit data width, 32-bit general purpose registers, and 64-bit floating point registers.  I also got permission to program (using Assembler and FOCAL) on the PDP-8 (12-bit single accumulator, up to 32k of 12-bit memory words) that was in the Journalism department.  Later on, Professor Emile Attala ...
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