Dung beetles use stars for orientation
January 25, 2013
Jan. 25, 2013 - An insect with a tiny brain and minimal computing power has become the first animal proven to use the Milky Way for orientation. Scientists from...
Even the Crappiest of Computers Can Handle ASCII Fluid Simulations
November 28, 2013
| Gizmodo The incredibly lifelike computer simulations of snow and water seen in effects-heavy Hollywood blockbusters -- and even video games -- require a significant amount of computing power ... It's not uncommon for a single frame of a movie to require days to render, and these days visual effect studios have more computing power ...
So much data, so little time
November 11, 2013
| VentureBeat Sponsored Post Today's average smartphone offers more computing power than the combined power of every computer NASA used to send humans to the moon in 1969. We are able to...
Acadia: A New Sci- Fi Novel (Excerpt)
September 09, 2013
| Boing Boing '' I assume you'll want me to lift some constraints on your computing power?'' So to speak. I want you to help me. Kate blinked.'' Would not you rather... I mean,...
Computing Power on twitter
RT @InklessPW: Very good from @JosephBrean on Mike Lazaridis and Quantum Valley. http://t.co/i80gw0I6IU My take: http://t.co/YtkdeGpxHR