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IBM's BlueGenie is the fastest supercomputer on the planet - IBM's BlueGenie is the fastest supercomputer on the planet
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Looks like people are really willing to switch cell phone carriers just for the Apple iPhone. On that note, global mobile phone usage will soon pass 3 billion. IBM has the fastest super computer in the world for now.

Supercomputing, which pits the highest-end machines against challenges such as forecasting the global climate in coming decades or finding oil reservoirs underground, is a fast-changing field. The Top500 list, released twice annually at supercomputing conferences, has the most turnover compared with the preceding list yet, according to the researchers who compile it.

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