HP's Sprout Pro looks nicer (and works better) than the original
The company's all-in-one for makers is more useful than it used to be.
MIT makes neural nets show their work
Computers can now provide both results and their reasoning behind them.
IBM researcher builds a phase-change capable artificial neuron
Significantly, it's built of trusted materials and can scale down microscopically.
The After Math: You take the good with the bad
Just hope they even out in the end.
ICYMI: Computer chips cooled by 'blood,' tiny tank and more
The computer system is modeled on the human brain.
Bipartisan education bill makes computer science a priority
The 'Every Student Succeeds' act puts coding on the same level as math and english
Steam Machines are slower gaming systems than Windows PCs
Benchmarking shows that a SteamOS machine will be slower than its Windows counterpart using similar hardware.
Dell will use recycled carbon fiber in Alienware and Latitude products
Dell plans to start using recycled carbon fiber in its Alienware and Latitude products in late 2015.
Pentagon shuts down Joint Chiefs' email network
The Department of Defense was forced to shut down an unclassified email system used by the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff after the government noticed "suspicious activity" on the system over the weekend.