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(PhysOrg.com) -- Last month, there was news from video provider Qumu of their discomforting survey that at least half of Americans would use smartphones to secretly spy on others. Now there is rattling news that spy software can easily do that kind of job. The software can reveal what others are texting in their personal emails or text messages sent forth on their smartphones just by the snooper using a smartphone camera or advanced camera like a digital SLR that shoots HD video, which could read a screen up to 60 metres away.
(AP) -- Take-Two is confirming that its RockStar North studio is deep in development of the next installment of the wildly popular "Grand Theft Auto" shooter series.
Safe stop when the driver can't go on
Extracting key from electro-magnetic emanations
Startup Euclid Dynamics' co-founder, Scott Crosby, the guy who built the technology behind Google Analytics while with Urchin Corp, (since purchased by Google) has been hard at work moving the concept to real world business stores. He and his company have announced Euclid Analytics, a physical sensor box and cloud based analysis tool that customers can use to discern customer traffic patterns in their real-world stores.
El nuevo plan contiene 90 medidas, la mayoría dirigidas al tráfico rodado, para tratar de impulsar la peatonalización y fomentar las alternativas de movilidad y el uso racional del vehículo privado. Además pretende ser el referente de los planes de calidad de las Comunidades Autónomas. En 2013 se revisarán sus objetivos.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Researchers at the UA-led Center for Integrated Access Networks, the largest optical research center in the U.S., are developing methods to improve transmission speed, efficiency and reliability of Internet content, including everything from cell phone calls or texts to emails and television.
Your smartphone knows where you go and how fast, while its microphone hears your voice. Soon, your phone may measure your stress and help you to deal with it.
OpenStack offers enterprises increased portability between cloud providers and an alternative to Amazon Web Services
IBM took its Watson question-answering computer system to Harvard Business School and MITs Sloan School of Management as part of a symposium on the future of technology in business.
Scientists at IBM and ABB, the world's largest builder of electricity grids, are using supercomputers to study and potentially develop a new type of high-voltage insulator that will improve the efficiency of transmitting electricity. An improved insulator has the potential to transform the power grid by reducing energy loss and outages caused by material deterioration when exposed to weather.