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Computer Science

Computer Science Club Meeting, Wednesday, October 31, 5:00 pm

MAC Hall C303

IBM Anounces Chip Breakthrough Using Carbon Nanotubes

by Craig Lloyd, Oct 30th 201 for SlashGear.com

IBM has reported that they’re making great strides on developing a new technology that will continue to make chips smaller, while also making them continually faster at the same time. Using carbon nanotubes, IBM scientists have been able to build hybrid chips with more than 10,000 working transistors. Click the image below for details.

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NVIDIA Graphics Processing Units Power Supercomputer

16,688 nodes, each with an NVIDIA Tesla K20 GPU carry out 27 petaflops = 27,000 trillion floating point operations per second, 90% of it done by the GPUs, making Titan the world’s fastest computer. Not bad, given that NVIDIA GPUs’ main customers are computer and video game players. Playing this time is the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Science must be fun. Click the image for details.

RasBaby Makes It To The Internet


and finds baby’s original desktop.

RasBaby Sporting LXDE Desktop

Georgia-Pacific and Integrys Internships

Georgia Pacific Internship - The internship with Georgia Pacific provides the opportunity for students to participate on cross-functional teams to support process improvement projects, focus on continual learning in the area of information technology, make suggestions for process and systems improvements to help streamline the organization, and lead development of new procedures and the implementation of new ideas. Details about the internship and how to apply are available via the link to PRO below.

https://www.myinterfase.com/uwgb/job_view.aspx?token=mcGzIc05gUmCrgqUbs%2fDhg%3d%3d

Report Analyst Internship with Integrys – This internship with Integrys allows the intern to be responsible for the development and continued support of the organization’s internal and external reporting needs. Details about the internship and how to apply are available via the link to PRO below.

https://www.myinterfase.com/uwgb/job_view.aspx?token=MjMJR8%2fC2ehihPg1moXHhg%3d%3d

Remember that Career Services can assist with your application materials.

Facebook Is Looking for Summer Interns

Facebook is currently looking for stellar interns for the summer of 2013. Check out the links below to find out more information regarding this great opportunity. Freshman and sophomores are encouraged to apply!

Learn about Facebook’s company culture.
http://www.internmatch.com/company/facebook//?utm_source=gp&utm_medium=mail&utm_campaign=facebook

Explore Facebook’s internship opportunities.
http://www.internmatch.com/company/facebook/underclassmen-internships/?utm_source=gp&utm_medium=mail&utm_campaign=facebook

Entry level jobs at Facebook.
http://www.internmatch.com/company/facebook/new-grads/?utm_source=gp&utm_medium=mail&utm_campaign=facebook

XDA-University Aims to Cover All Android Development Needs

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The Perfect Raspberry Pi Accessory: The Motorola Atrix Keyboard Dock

The best way to build a $120 laptop: a $35 Raspberry Pi, a $60 Motorola Atrix Keyboard Dock, a $25 32 GB SD card and a few wires. Coming soon to the Computer Science (RasBaby) Club! Click the image for a video.

Google Announces $249, ARM-based Chromebook, $329 with 2 Years of Free 3G Data

Google has introduced a $249 Chrome OS laptop that is 0.8-inches (20mm) thin and weight only 2.43 pounds (1.1kg). It features a 11.6-inch 1366 x 768-pixel matte display, a full-size keyboard, a button-less trackpad and a 30Wh battery for 6.5+ hours of operation. Specs include a fanless dual-core A15-based Samsung Exynos 5 Dual (5250) SoC, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of built-in flash storage, WiFi a/b/g/n and Bluetooth. There’s a full-size SD card reader and a standard 3.5mm headphone jack (with mic support) on the left, plus the power input, HDMI output, USB 2.0 port, USB 3.0 connector and SIM slot in the back. The $329.99 version comes with 3 years of 100 MB per months of free data through Verizon’s 3G network. Click the image for details.