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World’s Oldest Computer and Ancient Greeks’ View of the Universe

A bronze artifact salvaged from an ancient Greek shipwreck, recognized as the world's oldest computer, may hold the secrets of the universe. By Mike Edmunds When we talk of the history of computers, most of us will refer to the evolution...

New Book Unravels Mystery of Antikythera Mechanism

A new book titled "Antikythera Mechanism: The Story Behind the Genius of the Greek Computer and Its Demise" by Greek historian and ecopolitical theorist Evaggelos Vallianatos seeks to unravel the mystery of the world's first computer. In the book, Vallianatos...

All You Needed to Know About Cryptocurrency in Greece

In the past couple of years, cryptocurrency has invaded Greece's society, mostly because of high taxation and the pandemic. While the average Greek might not know what "bitcoin" means, interest in its mining has risen significantly. In Greece, an estimated...

New Microsoft Windows 11: How Different is it from the 10?

Microsoft has debuted its new operating software, Windows 11, on Monday. How does it stack up against its predecessor, Windows 10? While the Windows 11 interface has definitely been upgraded, it's far from unrecognizable. Although Microsoft has moved some features...

People Trust Computers More Than Humans, New Study Says

A new study reveals that people may be more willing to trust a computers than their fellow humans, especially if a task is too challenging.

Greek Scientists Create World's Fastest RAM Memory

Greek scientists from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki seem to have solved the conundrum known as the ''Memory Wall'' problem in their recent creation of the world's fastest RAM memory. By achieving a speed of ten gigabytes per second, which...

Roma Children Receive Computers Thanks to Young Greek-American

Thanks to the initiative of 17-year-old Greek-American Aristotelis Aslidis, who managed to raise 5,000 dollars and purchase computers, the lives of 150 Roma children in Thessaloniki, northern Greece, will change. Aslidis, a New Jersey resident, launched a web campaign -...