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Getting started with the Geekom MiniAir 11: A mini PC designed for teleworking that does the job |  NextPit

Getting started with the Geekom MiniAir 11: A mini PC designed for teleworking that does the job | NextPit

The Geekom Mini Air 11 isn’t much bigger than a box of cheese, but it’s supposed to replace your big, power-hungry desktop computer. We took over this computer which costs only 299 euros and we show you if it is worth buying it for teleworking. NEXTPITTV Price and availability The Geekom Mini Air 11 is …

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Hammerhead Karoo 2 computer review - a great screen and new features

Hammerhead Karoo 2 computer review – a great screen and new features

Presentation With dimensions of 60.8 x 100.6 x 19.3 mm, the Karoo 2 is not gigantic and comes to be placed, format side, between a Garmin 530/830 series and a 1040. It is even slightly less higher than the Bryton Rider S800 tested here. It weighs 131 grams. Before moving on to the counter itself, …

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A new phase of matter in two time dimensions created in a quantum computer

⇧ [VIDÉO] You might also like this partner content (after ad) Many researchers are now working on the creation of functional quantum computers. Endowed with enormous computing power, they promise many advances. Yet they still face a major hurdle: their fundamental computational units, known as “qubits,” fail to maintain consistency for very long. By creating …

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Computer Vision: Recognize Objects Faster and More Accurately with CNNs

Computer Vision: Recognize Objects Faster and More Accurately with CNNs

Despite incessant movements of the body, head or eyes, our visual perception of the objects around us remains stable even if the physical information that strikes our retinas is constantly changing. Scientists from the RIKEN Institute in Japan have looked into all the unnoticed eye movements we make and demonstrated that they allow us to …

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A biocomputer that would use 10,000 times less energy than a conventional computer

⇧ [VIDÉO] You might also like this partner content (after ad) The problem with the use of traditional electronic processors for information processing remains the excessive consumption of electricity. Therefore, turning to biology to solve computer problems appears to be an interesting solution to save energy. Researchers have just designed a biocomputer, the size of …

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