MIT boffins speed up wi-fi in crowded areas
Published in Mobiles


Networking for mobs

Boffins at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory say they might have solved the problem wi-fi has broadcasting to crowded areas such as concerts, airports, conference halls and sports stadiums.

MIT creates 64-core chip design
Published in Processors


Swarming

Boffins at MIT have emerged from their smoke filled labs with a new chip design which fixes some of the problems of parallel processing.

Graphene could make chips a million times faster
Published in Processors


MIT Boffins have eureka moment 


Massachusetts Institute of Technology boffins have emerged from their baths with a technique which could make chips millions of times faster.

Mass-produced robot in shops in October
Published in News


A bit more expensive than predicted


The Jibo robot will be in the shops in October which is later and about $200 more than expected.

MIT claims to have developed “unhackable“ RFID chip
Published in News


Prevents side-channel attacks


MIT researchers have come up with a new type of radio frequency identification (RFID) chip that is virtually impossible to hack.

MIT develops fuzzy computer
Published in News


Fuzzy makes us human


Researchers at MIT, New York University, and the University of Toronto have developed a computer system which can create fuzzy systems like humans

Sometimes it is best not to leave things to engineers

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