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An edited collection of advanced computing news from Communications of the ACM, ACM TechNews, other ACM resources, and news sites around the Web.


Diamond Shows Promise For Quantum Internet
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Diamond Shows Promise For Quantum Internet

Today's Internet runs on linked silicon chips, but a future quantum version might be built from diamond crystals.

Moore's Law Is Not Just for Computers
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Moore's Law Is Not Just for Computers

Predicting the future of technology often seems a fool's game.

Computer Engineering: Feeling the Heat
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Computer Engineering: Feeling the Heat

A laptop computer can double as an effective portable knee-warmer—pleasant in a cold office.

Computational Social Science: Making the Links
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Computational Social Science: Making the Links

Jon Kleinberg's early work was not for the mathematically faint of heart.

Color Printing Reaches Its ­ltimate Resolution
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Color Printing Reaches Its ­ltimate Resolution

The highest possible resolution images—about 100,000 dots per inch—have been achieved, and in full-color, with a printing method that uses tiny pillars a few tens...

Computer Modeling: Brain in a Box
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Computer Modeling: Brain in a Box

A proposal by Swiss Federal Institute of Technology scientist Henry Markram to build a supercomputer model integrating all knowledge about the human brain is one...

Next Generation of Supercomputers Requires Radical Redesign
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Next Generation of Supercomputers Requires Radical Redesign

The next generation of exascale supercomputers could complete one billion billion calculations per second, which would be 1,000 times faster than today's most powerful...
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