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Computer models used to forecast storms don't (yet) know how to take advantage of the additional capabilities that will soon be available from advanced dual-polarimetric radar units being installed around the country by the National Weather Service.
Canonical switches from Eucalyptus to OpenStack for its preferred cloud stack for Ubuntu Server
Precise Biometrics' embedded sofware makes it easier for any hardware company to quickly integrate fingerprint verification
Biometric fulfilling decade-long expectations in law-enforcement and beyond
A system that automatically puts drivers on hold while they negotiate hazards could save lives.
Can laptops that do little more than access the Web compete with traditional computers?
The company's mobile operating system can now control everything from lighting to gym equipment.
Robotics pioneer Rodney Brooks says a new generation of industrial robots could be enabled by better machine vision.
Software lets a hybrid car learn your habits and optimize its power usage.
Congressional testimony centers around what "location" really means, and who's responsible for how apps behave.
Toward Optical Computing in Handheld Electronics: Graphene Optical Modulators Could Lead to Ultrafast Communications
Styrian pumpkin-seed oil or cheap copy? When you choose a product, you want the quality you¡'ve paid for. But how can you test that what's inside is what it says on the label?
A new software interface reduces energy consumption in transportation systems.
A new tool lets people see the inside of the body up close and in great detail.
Una aplicación para móviles localiza el recorrido de una víctima de violencia de género tras una alarma
Steganography is a form of security through obscurity in which information is hidden within an unusual medium. An artist might paint a coded message into a portrait, for instance, or an author embed words in the text. A traditional paper watermark is a well-known example of steganography in action. At first glance, there would appear to be nothing unusual about the work, but a recipient aware of the presence of the hidden message would be able to extract it easily. In the computer age, steganography has become more of a science than an art.
Parece ser que Microsoft es el último pretendiente que le ha salido a Skype. Tras conocerse la semana pasada el interés tanto de Facebook como de Google por, o bien comprar, o bien asociarse, mediante una joint venture, con Skype, ahora la Web Gigaom.com desvela que Microsoft también se ha fijado en Skype.
El hospital de Dénia ha pasado a formar parte del escaso grupo de hospitales que conforma la lista de HIMSS (Sociedad de Sistemas de Información y Gestión en Sanidad) al obtener el nivel 6 sobre 7 en la implantación de su historia clínica electrónica.