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A team of researchers at MIT have designed a prototype 36-core processor using an all-new architecture utilizing a 'mini-internet' design where cores are connected directly to each other.
Thanks to lasers, fiber optics and a lot of brain power NASA has managed to get broadband internet on the moon with speeds averaging 19 Mbps - higher than the UK national average according to Ofcom.
A recent project from MIT uses Microsoft's Kinect technology to help create inFORM, which allows remote users to manipulate real world objects via an interface that changes with a person's movements.
'Hacktivist' group Anonymous has hacked the MIT site, leaving a very personal tribute to Aaron Swartz, who committed suicide this week, and calling for action to honour his memory.
50 years ago this week, MIT researchers created the first ever computer game, SpaceWar! To celebrate the anniversary, a group of MIT students recreated the game at a special event.
One of the co-founders of the popular web site Reddit has been charged with stealing millions of documents from computer archives at MIT and at JSTOR. The Boston Globe web site reports that 24 year...
Have you ever wondered what technology might one day replace the Computer Mouse? If so, researchers at MIT may have your answer: Nothing! According to Wired.com, "In a magic trick that only geeks can pull...
No it doesn't. But the bigger it is, the more you can potentially display on it. News posted on the h+magazine website explores the idea of wearing the internet. The very clever students at...