Noticias y opinión
Nearly 9 million robots now exist around the world. They can do many things—except share a common operating system
Iterative, collaborative software development catches on a decade after the Agile Manifesto
CyberGIS project launched for high-performance, collaborative geospatial problem solving
Researchers develop tool for three-dimensional maps of brain wiring
Developers still see it as the future, but they think it is currently overhyped and vendor-driven
Unhappy customers often tweet their gripes now AT&T is mining those complaints to improve its service.
The last decade expanded what we could do online, but the Web's basic programming couldn't keep up. That threatened to fracture the world's greatest innovation engine—until a small group of Web rivals joined forces to save it.
New software watches users to figure out what products they might buy.
Data mining techniques reveals fake Twitter accounts that give the impression of a vast political movement.
Free online tool regroups several important tests, educates users, and makes recommendations for each aspect of email security
Windows Azure, Internet Explorer 9, and Windows Phone 7 discussed
Researchers To Demonstrate New Attack That Exploits HTTP
With a lifelong interest in politics, University of Cincinnati researcher Muer Yang spent the last two years developing a quantitative method for allocating voting machines that could significantly reduce the average wait time of voters.