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Richard Johnson has created weave density maps of the canvas threads in Vincent Van Gogh paintings to help authenticate and date the works of art. Painting F651, "Falling Leaves," matches the thread pattern of F659, "Garden of the Asylum," providing evidence that the canvases came from the same roll.
El curso de Gestión de Proyectos con Scrum Manager del Instituto Tecnológico de Informática (ITI), que será impartido en Valencia los días 5 y 7 de abril, tendrá una segunda edición en Alicante durante los días 3 y 4 de mayo, con el fin de acercar estos conocimientos a los profesionales de la provincia alicantina.
Google's new +1 button lets friends tune each other's search results, but so far the company has few connections to draw on.
Applications dominate today's smartphone market. In the future, internet-capable televisions, tablet and desktop PCs, and cars will all run apps, which can, for example, help plan and book a ski trip as shown in the video at http://www.webinos.org.
The Open Network Foundation wants to let programmers take control of computer networks.
Microsoft will use its Windows Azure platform alongside Telefonica's application API project, BlueVia, to provide a free SDK for .NET application developers.
Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 OS is set to surge to second place in the OS market behind Google's Android by 2015, according to a research firm.
Nintendo, take note
One proximity-based app has nailed the triangulation problem.
Tweet map showing tweets and retweets of New Scientist article "Can complexity theory explain Egypt's crisis?," followers are not shown, and image may not include all tweets. (Amaç Herdağdelen and Yaneer Bar-Yam)
The redundant data distribution of an array showing that a node failure will leave at least one copy of the data available for continued execution. This is the basic idea that enables the approach, which can be used in many science domains.