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Power, Pollution and the Internet
Power, Pollution and the Internet
SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Jeff Rothschild’s machines at Facebook had a problem he knew he had to solve immediately. They were about to melt. The company had...
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Elon Musk Had a Deal to Sell Tesla to Google in 2013
Elon Musk Had a Deal to Sell Tesla to Google in 2013
On the verge of bankruptcy, the company sought a savior in Larry Page. This story is excerpted and adapted from Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest...
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Google Launches Open-Source, Cross-Cloud Benchmarking Tool
Google Launches Open-Source, Cross-Cloud Benchmarking Tool
Google today launched PerfKit, an open-source cloud-benchmarking tool that, in Google’s words, is an “effort to define a canonical set of benchmarks to measure and compare cloud offerings.” The...
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Using SMART to accurately predict when a hard drive is about to die
Using SMART to accurately predict when a hard drive is about to die
SMART, which first started to appear in consumer hard drives about 10 years ago, is a brilliant concept — it’s meant to tell you if a hard...
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Google has built a Matrix-like simulation of California to test its self-driving cars
Google has built a Matrix-like simulation of California to test its self-driving cars
Google, it has emerged, has built a “Matrix-style” simulation of the entirety of California to test its self-driving cars. While this in itself isn’t massively surprising given...
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Google begins developing its own quantum computer chips, to prepare for the future
Google begins developing its own quantum computer chips, to prepare for the future
Google’s Quantum Artificial Intelligence team, not content with merely sharing a D-Wave kinda-quantum computer with NASA, has announced that it will now be designing and building its own...
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