ICYMI: Computer chips cooled by 'blood,' tiny tank and more

The computer system is modeled on the human brain.

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ICYMI: Computer chips cooled by 'blood,' tiny tank and more image
ICYMI: Computer Chips Cooled by 'Blood,' Tiny Tank and More

Today on In Case You Missed It: IBM Research in Zurich is using fluid to both power and cool computer chips, modeled off of the way the human brain works. University of Southampton scientists created small glass discs for mega data storage that they say can survive for billions of years. A new unmanned ground vehicle that's basically a DIY tank is available for all those die-hard infantry fans.

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