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LUMI supercomputer

New European supercomputer is inaugurated in Finland. LUMI is the fastest and most energy-efficient supercomputer in Europe, ranked also the third fastest in the world. It will have an expected peak performance of 550 petaflops (550 million billion calculations per second) while being fully powered by renewable energy: LUMI uses natural cooling systems and its

AMD Ryzen 7000 at 5 GHz

At its Computex keynote, AMD unwrapped what’s coming for new AM5 motherboards and gave a glimpse into Ryzen 7000 processor performance. AMD announces Ryzen 7000 CPUs with up to 16 Zen 4 cores based on TSMC’s 5nm process, PCIe 5 and DDR5 on an AM5 motherboard, coming in fall 2022. Those Ryzen 7000 CPUs can

USB port colors

Nowadays you can see USB A ports in many colors like black, blue, teal blue, yellow, red and other colors. For the most part, the color of the USB port indicates the version of the port, but there are few exceptions. This article will tell you what those colors usually mean. Please bear in mind

Commodore 64 is 40 years old

Commodore 64 (C64) was the most popular home computer in the days when you connected your computer to the TV set. This most popular home computer just turns 40 years old. Commodore C64: The Most Popular Home Computer Ever Turns 40 article tells that this year marks the anniversary of the most popular selling home

Windows 10 links

Here are links to some links to maybe useful Windows 10 information:

New Spectre-v2 vulnerability

Meltdown and Spectre are vulnerabilities in modern computers that can be used to leak passwords and sensitive data. Meltdown and Spectre exploit critical vulnerabilities in modern processors. These hardware vulnerabilities allow programs to steal data which is currently processed on the computer. The vulnerabilities were found in 2017 by several researches, but were kept secret

Shot in the ARM

Now that’s two shots on the ARM processors. NVIDIA and SoftBank Group Announce Termination of NVIDIA’s Acquisition of Arm Limited. NVIDIA has announced it is dropping its plan to acquire Arm, walking away from a deal originally valued at $40 billion in stocks and shares — with the Cambridge-based company set to go public under