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Two actors wrapped in motion sensors circle each other, as engineering researchers stand at the perimeter of a USC Viterbi School of Engineering laboratory, taking note.
Traffic management goes under the microsocope
Andy Rubin confirms that 2.2 is open-sourced and ready for OEMs and consumers.
New version of WISPr set to help interoperability
A study finds problems, but also offers software fixes that could help cell phones last significantly longer between charges.
Dr. Joseph Mitola III, Vice President for the Research Enterprise at Stevens Institute of Technology, is the subject of a recent article on Computing Now which details the benefits and development of Cognitive Radio (CR), the intelligent wireless technology coined by Dr. Mitola in 1999.
CENATIC e ITI firman un convenio de colaboración para fomentar el uso de las tecnologías basadas en fuentes abiertas
El pasado mes de mayo tuvo lugar la firma del convenio de colaboración, entre la Fundación Centro Nacional de Referencia de Aplicación de las TIC basadas en Fuentes Abiertas – CENATIC y el Instituto Tecnológico de Informática – ITI.
Chip maker to show off breakthroughs in human-computer interaction
A computer science researcher at the University of Leicester has investigated a technique which senses the activity of the user with the help of computer software systems.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Thanks to researchers at the Centre for Digital Music (C4DM) at Queen Mary, University of London, anyone watching the World Cup on their computer can now filter out the droning sounds of vuvuzela playing in South Africa's stadiums.
Digital GPS-aided treasure hunts, or geocaching, is becoming more popular. We investigate the choice of geocaching software available for Linux.
Wealthy countries race to bring faster connections to more people, while the rest of the world struggles to get up to speed.