Saturday, 30 de May de 2015

Noticias y opinión


A World Full of Sensors - Researchers at the TU Darmstadt are Working on “Smart” Cities

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Invisible touch interface creates multitouch 'force field'

ZeroTouch can turn a traditional computer monitor into a multi-touch screen

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Next Generation Gamers: Computer Games Aid Recovery from Stroke

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Government Report: Global Warming Could Impede Wi-Fi, Other Communications

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MIT Researchers Create Super-Sensitive Nanosensors

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NIST Seeks Comments on Draft Guide to Cloud Computing

The cloud computing research team at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is requesting public comments on a draft of its most complete guide to cloud computing to date.

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The Story Behind Search

Steven Levy's new book on Google sticks close to the legend, but offers some fascinating inside detail.

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Diseñan transmisores y receptores para fibra óptica capaces de alcanzar los 100 Gbps

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How to control complex networks

MIT and Northeastern University researchers devised a computer algorithm that can generate a controllability structure for any complex network. The red points are 'driver nodes,' which can control the rest of the nodes (green). Image: Mauro Martino

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Wireless communication protocol promises high speed data transfer between portable devices

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Kermit Helps Households Monitor and Manage Their Internet Speed

For years, the relationship between Internet service provider and home user has been a simple, all-you-can-eat model: Pay a flat monthly fee and enjoy all the broadband you want, every byte of which streams at those fantastic speeds the ISPs advertise. Right?

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Telos lanza nuevo sistema móvil de registro biométrico

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Estudiante indio crea seguridad biométrica para coches

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Speech Technology Moves From Recognition to Understanding

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Portuguese Software Enables Automatic Analysis of Mammograms

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Cyber security team creates winning network security product

A team from the Virginia Tech Information Technology Security Laboratory and Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering won third place in the 2011 National Security Innovation Competition sponsored by the National Homeland Defense Foundation, a nonprofit forum for responding to terrorism tactics and natural disasters.

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'Surrogates' aid design of complex parts and controlling video games

Researchers have defined a new class of software, calling it "surrogate interaction," which enables designers and video gamers to more easily change features of complex objects like automotive drawings or animated characters.

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Research Helps Exploit Data from New Radar

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.

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Ubuntu switches cloud software

Canonical switches from Eucalyptus to OpenStack for its preferred cloud stack for Ubuntu Server

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Precise Biometrics' embedded sofware makes it easier for any hardware company to quickly integrate fingerprint verification

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