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AMD spills secret to World Record clock speed

On August 31, a team of AMD-sponsored overclockers cranked a Bulldozer-based AMD FX processor up to an unearthly 8.429GHz, setting a new world record. This week, The Reg sat down with the leader of that processor-torturing team to find out exactly how they did it.
Rik Myslewski, 17 Sep 2011

Intel extends JavaScript for parallel programming

Intel is developing an extended version of JavaScript that brings parallel programming to web applications.
Cade Metz, 17 Sep 2011
Sony BDP-S380 Blu-ray player

Sony BDP-S380 Blu-ray player with IPTV

ReviewSony’s BDP-S380 Blu-ray bantamweight packs quite a punch. A mere 36mm tall, it barely looks big enough to swallow discs, but this plasticky pugilist can hold its own against full-size separates and is well stocked with features.
Steve May, 17 Sep 2011

Ten years on from Nimda: Worm author still at large

Saturday marks the tenth anniversary of the infamous Nimda worm.
John Leyden, 17 Sep 2011

VMware: the next big storage vendor?

Nowadays some of the most discussed topics in the storage industry are related to VMware: "VMware support and integration", "VMware-aware storage" and "storage features for VMware" are only a few examples of what I mean but, are we sure that the relationship between VMware and traditional storage will be so tight in the long term?
Enrico Signoretti, 17 Sep 2011

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