Digital Storm really went out of its way to release something memorable, and while it might not exactly make history, due to the relative smallness of the market segment targeted here, it should enjoy some short-term recognition.
It really is starting to look like people should finally be noticing the ridiculousness of the current copyright system and the extent to which it is being abused. But that’s probably optimistic. Continue reading
We’ve been doing our best to cover the progress of the MSL Curiosity space rover ever since NASA began to work on it a couple of years ago, so it’s about time we gave a full overview of the machine. Continue reading
NASA’s Mars rover, Curiosity, landed safely on the Red Planet on Sunday, and Dell actually had a small hand in the mission. Boasted to be “considered the most complication portion of the mission,” the Round Rock, Texas-based corporation reports that the landing sequence was formulated by two NASA High Performance Computing (HPC) clusters running Dell PowerEdge servers. Continue reading