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El grupo de investigación Electroanálisis (ELAN) de la Universidad de Burgos participa en el proyecto Seribio, una iniciativa que tiene como objetivo generar nuevos biosensores electroquímicos desechables basados en tecnología de serigrafiado que permitan medir parámetros de interés en los vinos. El consorcio que está desarrollando el proyecto ha recibido 1'6 millones de euros y está integrado por las empresas Biolan Microbiosensores y Capher Idi y la Universidad de Zaragoza, además de la institución académica burgalesa, que se ocupa específicamente de crear biosensores que determinen la presencia de unos ...
The storage in your phone has a bigger effect on your apps than you might think.
A toy ball moves under the command of a smart-phone application.
Students, startups, and corporations pioneer mobile health applications in a mobile-saturated nation.
Local programmers and homegrown business models are helping to realize the vast promise of using phones to improve health care and save lives.
Error-correcting codes are one of the triumphs of the digital age. Theyre a way of encoding information so that it can be transmitted across a communication channel such as an optical fiber or a wireless connection with perfect fidelity, even in the presence of the corrupting influences known as noise.
Satellite telephony was thought to be secure against eavesdropping. German researchers at the Horst Gortz Institute for IT-Security (HGI) at the Ruhr University Bochum (RUB) have cracked the encryption algorithms of the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI), which is used globally for satellite telephones, and revealed significant weaknesses. In less than an hour, and with simple equipment, they found the crypto key which is needed to intercept telephone conversations. Using open-source software and building on their previous research results, they were able to exploit the security weaknesses.
Researchers from North Carolina State University have developed a new technique that allows graphics processing units (GPUs) and central processing units (CPUs) on a single chip to collaborate boosting processor performance by an average of more than 20 percent.
(PhysOrg.com) -- A Swedish company focused on mobile-device imaging technology, Scalado, plans to show object-removal software for the smartphone at this months Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The software lets you remove anything in a photo that youre taking, with just a screen tap. The only requirements are that the object has to be moving -- unwanted pedestrians as you try to capture something on the city streets, for example -- for the application to capture and delete. Also, the camera needs to stay still and focused on the subject while you touch each moving item chosen for removal.
US telecom regulators have pulled the plug on an ambitious plan to build a high-speed wireless broadband network, citing potential interference with GPS navigation devices.
(AP) -- Protesters are coming by the thousands to Chicago, armed with smartphones, video cameras and social media links that will allow them to instantly map strategy, share plans and disseminate images of what's happening - right in front of a police force renowned for responding with tough tactics.