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Open Xerox will let users test-drive new technologies
Henri Angelino, director de la Oficina de Relaciones Exteriores y profesor del Instituto Nacional de Informática (NII) de Tokio, se mostró muy interesado por el funcionamiento del Instituto Tecnológico de Informática (ITI), durante la visita que realizó ayer al Instituto.
A study of link shortening reveals hidden strands of the Web.
Academics and hobbyists are already hacking the Kinect and doing so is about to get even easier.
Our second annual list of the world's most innovative technology companies highlights businesses whose work is changing industries and lives.
Computational scientists have a new weapon at their disposal. On February 1, the Electronic Simulation Monitoring (eSiMon) Dashboard version 1.0 was released to the public, allowing scientists to monitor and analyze their simulations in real-time.
CeBit: Wavi Xtion es el nombre del nuevo controlador de movimientos con el que Asus quiere tentar a los usuarios de PC, permitiéndoles jugar o controlar el PC a través del televisor.
In beta, one new software product lets users deploy thousands of virtual machines in less than an hour, IBM said
Keyboards and mice are so '99. The interface of the future will be your own body.
Kia, Best Buy, and Viacom are using new tools to mine comments on the Web to see what consumers really think of their brands
A prototype sensor consumes just a few nanowatts and could take glucose readings from the eye.
In the mid-1990s, Matteo Frigo, a graduate student in the research group of computer-science professor Charles Leiserson (whose work was profiled in the previous installment in this series), developed a parallel version of a fast Fourier transform (FFT). One of the most frequently used classes of algorithms in computer science, FFTs are useful for signal processing, image processing, and data compression, among other things.
In Depth: Breakthrough year for mobile payment tech