Monday, 8 de February de 2016

Noticias y opinión


Internet addresses: An inevitable shortage, but an uneven one

Better utilization, trading and other strategies can recover twice or four times current utilization. But requests for address double every year, so trading will only help for two years. Credit: USC Information Sciences Institute

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Accells to unveil contactless mobile service at MWC

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Advanced antennas, virtual modems to make networks greener

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LG to show glasses-free 3D smartphone at MWC

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Una nueva tarjeta sin contacto rfid garantiza la confidencialidad sin posibilidad de copiar la información

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A clearer picture of vision

New mathematical model of information processing in the brain accurately predicts some of the peculiarities of human vision.

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The Internet of things

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Apple Imagines 3-D Multitouch Everywhere

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Google Tweaks Search Algorithm in Response to Webspam

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European Project Keeps Personal Details Private

The EU-backed ABC4Trust scheme stops users over-sharing on websites

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Software could help prevent disaster in sinking cities

A Nottingham University researcher has been awarded funding to help China prevent human disaster as some of its fastest-growing cities sink under the weight of towering skyscrapers.

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Gartner desvela cuatro predicciones que marcarán el futuro del BI

Movilidad, funciones in-memory y redes sociales y colaboración serán las principales tendencias de este mercado.

 

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Nuance launches new biometric offerings

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New Hardware Boosts Communication Speed on Multi-Core Chips

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Mixed-reality scavenger hunt with a smartphone - just play the game or create one of your own

Cologne, a little mixed up: an architectural detail of a church building shows up on a smartphone near the right bank of the Rhine. It does not 'belong there', so it's an exciting challenge to identify it and to take it to its original location, maybe the famous cathedral. This is what the world looks like in Tidy City, a new location-based mixed reality game developed by Fraunhofer FIT for the latest generation of smartphones. Using a free authoring system, it is easy to create custom-designed games. A special Tidy City game version for Waiblingen was presented during the ...

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MIT's Holographic TV

Using a single Xbox Kinect and standard graphics chips, MIT researchers demonstrate the highest frame rate yet for streaming holographic video

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How a new software can help save the planet

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Obama turns attention to supercomputing

But will the federal budget, due out soon, live up to expectations set in State of the Union?

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Cloud Robotics: Connected to the Cloud, Robots Get Smarter

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Future phone networks to use miniature base stations

Future mobile phone networks are set to use intelligent miniature base stations to manage vast amounts of data transfer without central planning.

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