Batteries That Charge in Seconds and Last for Days

Batteries That Charge in Seconds and Last for Days

Tech for Luddites’ Sira talks about the latest developments in battery technology – a technology sorely in need of innovation. Details
Researchers Create Alternative to GPU

Researchers Create Alternative to GPU

This is a fascinating development. We're going to need real innovation in hardware (software, too), especially as Moore's Law starts to run out of steam.... Details
Google Teaches AI To Play The Game Of Chip Design

Teaching AI To Play The Game Of Chip Design

One of the promising frontiers of research right now in chip design is using machine learning techniques to actually help with some of the tasks... Details
Setting Up Your Windows Gaming Rig ML Training Ready with Tensorflow

Setting Up Your Windows Gaming Rig ML Training Ready with Tensorflow

Here's a great guide on how to turn your sweet PC gaming rig into a lean, mean machine learning machine. Installation for Anaconda3 is straightforward.... Details
Machine Learning Market Size Worth Around US$ 76.8 Bn by 2026

Machine Learning Market Size Worth Around US$ 76.8 Bn by 2026

In case you thought that the AI market was cooling off, have a look at this. (Emphasis added) Based on the component, the market has... Details
5 Cool Things You Can Do With An RTL SDR Receiver

5 Cool Things You Can Do With An RTL SDR Receiver

Tech Minds picks out five cool things you can do with a SDR (Software Defined Radio) receiver. I bought one a few years ago and... Details
Apple Acquires Edge-Focused AI Startup Xnor.ai

Apple Acquires Edge-Focused AI Startup Xnor.ai

Here's an interesting acquisition Apple has made to boost their AI and edge computing capabilities. Apple has acquired Xnor.ai , a Seattle-based startup that builds... Details
The UART Serial Communication Protocol

The UART Serial Communication Protocol

Electronoobs shows you more or less how i2c, UART and SPI serial communications work with a few examples. Details
Larry Osterman Gets Nostalgic

Larry Osterman Gets Nostalgic

Legendary Principal Software Engineer Larry Osterman shares some early Microsoft stories and tells us who would play him in a movie about Microsoft. Details
A Look at Big Old Expensive Servers

A Look at Big Old Expensive Servers

Recently, I heard a term for companies (specifically IT leaders) who actively resist the move to the cloud – “Server Huggers.” But, what exactly are... Details