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Everyone is wondering whether online retailer Amazon.com is getting ready to produce a voice command service like the iPhone's Siri
Defense Department invites experts to discuss ways to identify people when they sign into to computers without interrupting their normal activity flow.
El último estudio de Tiobe Software muestra que Apple Objective-C y que Google Dart empiezan a ganarse el favor de los desarrolladores.
From a bike path in Montana to a backwater underneath a highway overpass in Austria, citizen scientists fanned out last June to capture high-resolution images for the first Nearby Nature GigaBlitz. Organizers are hoping for even broader participation in their efforts to document global biodiversity as they prepare for the second GigaBlitz, scheduled for the solstice week of Dec. 19-26.
When a soldier in good mental health becomes homicidal or a government employee abuses access privileges to share classified information, we often wonder why no one saw it coming. When looking through the evidence after the fact, a trail often exists that, had it been noticed, could have possibly provided enough time to intervene and prevent an incident.
Mejorar la teleasistencia y la independencia del paciente, retos a corto plazo de la tecnología sanitaria
As we gain experience with the cloud, expect to see centralized trust systems, amazingly large databases, and more
Games are familiarizing users with how the digital and physical worlds can be combined.
Growing penguins need petabytes to feast on
XI Semana de la Ciencia 2011. Del 7 al 20 de noviembre.
US software maker Adobe pulled the plug Wednesday on its Flash player for mobile browsers, which Apple's late chief executive Steve Jobs refused to allow on the iPhone and iPad.
Audio engineers have developed a novel artificial intelligence system for understanding and indexing sound, a unique tool for both finding and matching previously un-labeled audio files.