Monthly Archives: September 2011

Counting the cost of carbon emissions

I know this may come as a surprise – but I think carbon dioxide is rather dull. Fundamental to our planet’s ecology, but dull nonetheless. All those years ago at university when I was studying engineering, I can’t say that … Continue reading

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Preserving the legacy of Itanium

The death of Intel’s Itanium processors has been trumpeted by the media on many occasions over the last 10 years. Produced in conjunction with HP, the processor was intended right from the start to be a radical experiment, focused largely … Continue reading

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