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Palm announces the public beta availability of Project Ares, which the company says is the first complete set of integrated mobile development tools hosted entirely in the browser.
La Plataforma Plaitec avanza en la creación de una página web que facilitará la puesta en común de diferentes iniciativas innovadoras orientadas a la infancia
La Plataforma para la Innovación Tecnológica en el Hábitat Infantil (Plaitec), está desarrollando una nueva página web y una herramienta virtual que permitirá la puesta en común en tiempo real de las distintas iniciativas y colaboraciones entre los participantes.
Replication and improved partitioning are added to the new version of the topical open-source database
(PhysOrg.com) -- Irish computer scientists have developed a system to improve the helpfulness of online customer reviews. In recognition of the quality of their work, the group received a distinguished paper award at the British Computer Societys annual Artificial Intelligence Conference.
Most people have scores of contacts, scattered around their mobile phone, e-mail address book and multiple social networking sites. Scientists at Hewlett-Packard can tell you which of those contacts are your closest friends.
Platform shift repeats
Borging for IT
We run the rule over our forecasts for the last 12 months
European Union Announces Flock Browser as Alternative to Microsoft IE in Landmark Competitive Decision
Curious about what\'s going to happen to our critical IT infrastructure in 2010? Here, IT security luminaries Mark Weatherford, CISO for California State, and Dan Kaminsky, finder of last year\'s DNS flaw, offer five predictions each. (The first of 2 parts).
2.0 release also introduces Bamboo for continuous integration, JIRA 4 with OpenSocial dashboards
(PhysOrg.com) -- Sports fans may be interested in a new system that ranks NFL and college football teams in a simple, straightforward way, similar to how Google PageRank ranks webpages. The new sports algorithm, called the Power Rank, is being developed by Ed Feng, a researcher in statistical mechanics at Sandia National Laboratory, although this project is independent of his work at Sandia.