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A researcher creates a botnet for your pocketa likely sign of things to come.
The company behind Microsoft's Kinect controller wants to kill the remote.
Having a computer that can read our emotions could lead to all sorts of new applications, including computer games where the player has to control their emotions while playing. Thomas Christy, a Computer Science PhD student at Bangor University is hoping to bring this reality a little nearer by developing a system that will enable computers to read and interpret our emotions and moods in real time.
Interacting with the SOA-Based Internet of Things: Discovery, Query, Selection, and On-Demand Provisioning of Web Services
It is possible to construct a three-dimensional, 3D, face from flat 2D images, according to research published in the International Journal of Biometrics this month. The discovery could be used for biometrics in security applications or in forensic investigations.
TAU develops security application to keep private data private
The new generation of mobile phone technology makes it possible to communicate directly from one telephone to another without having to rely on base stations. A dissertation at Linköping University presents a program that runs on telephones and can deliver messages even when the infrastructure for telecommunication has been knocked out.
La Ley de Economía Sostenible, que propone medidas en diversas áreas de la actividad y la economía española, tras su largo plazo de tramitación parlamentaria y una votación envuelta en polémicas debido a la Disposición Final Segunda de la Ley, conocida como "Ley Sinde", prosiguió su camino hacia la aprobación.
Amazon automatically provisions cloud resources for Java apps
By dropping support for a common video format in Chrome, Google means to drive the Web toward one it owns.