Transistors now process and store

A computer chip processes and stores information using two different devices. If engineers could combine these devices into one or put them next to each other, then there would be more space on a chip, making it faster and more powerful. Purdue University engineers have developed a way that the millions of tiny switches used to process information—called transistors—could also store that information as one device. The method, detailed in a paper published in Nature...

32-bit vs 64-bit

Tips32-bit vs 64-bit

26 October, 20166 min

32-bit vs 64-bit, yes this one topic computer buyers always ask. A 32-bit computer is a computer that is normally averaged. Its main purpose of build is to cut down cost as swift as possible and not degrade too much necessary quality. This type of computers are usually intended for the computer User whose task is to perform normal work like open word processing software, checking emails, instant messaging, watching videos or movies and numerous...