We all know that you can get a nice warm fuzzy feeling inside by contributing your PS3's idle time to processing sh'loads of Alzheimer's research data. Apparently, Stanford's Folding@home is generating so many teraflops of good buzz, Big Corporate wants in. Masa Chatani, chief technology officer at Sony Computer Entertainment, told the Financial Times yesterday that the company was "in discussions" with firms who want the distributed processing power for less altruistic aims.
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