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(PhysOrg.com) -- New research aims to create search-engine software that can learn from users by noticing which links they click and how they reformulate their queries when the first results don\'t pay off.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Dartmouth researchers Daniel Graham, James M. Hughes, and Dan Rockmore are combining their expertise in brain science, computer science, and mathematics to analyze a series of drawings from the 16th century by Pieter Bruegel the Elder. With their net skills, they\'ve developed a way to analyze mathematically a drawing and quantify its artistic style. With this tool, works can be compared to help discriminate between authentic and imitation artwork.
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The future looks bright for HTML 5, as more browsers and Web apps take advantage of its capabilities, and tablets, which will get a push from major vendors. Storm clouds may be brewing, however, for cloud computing and Google\'s Chrome OS.
Some of the biggest events of 2009 served mostly to set the stage for bigger things in 2010. Poised to make a big bang in the new year are the fallout from Oracle\'s acquisition of Sun; Microsoft\'s new Azure operating system for the cloud, which will go from beta to service mode; Microsoft Office 2010, which will go from beta to full release; and two Windows alternatives, Ubuntu and Google Chrome OS.