In defeating Kasparov on May 11 1997, Deep Blue made history as the first computer to beat a world champion in a six-game match under standard time controls.
Sick of being stuck in traffic? There’s an app for that.
A team of researchers from University of California, Davis, have built a 1000-core processor capable of high-level parallel processing.
Legacy computer systems using floppy disks are still used today for controlling part of the US Nuclear Command.
Phase-change memory, a breakthrough from IBM may one day replace both your computer’s RAM and flash storage.
Back in the 80s, PC gaming couldn’t have been that great – considering it was done on a 320×200 resolution screen
For the first time since November 2009, a United States supercomputer sits atop the Top 500 list of the world’s top supercomputers
Let the battle begin