Wednesday, 10 de February de 2016

Noticias y opinión


How energy-efficient is cloud computing?

(PhysOrg.com) -- Conventionally, data storage and data processing are done at the user's own computer, using that computer's storage system and processor. An alternative to this method is cloud computing, which is Internet-based computing that enables users at home or office computers to transfer data to a remote data center for storage and processing. Cloud computing offers potential benefits – especially financial ones – to users, but in a new study, researchers have investigated a different aspect of cloud computing: how does its energy consumption compare with conventional computing?

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La tecnología verde atrae como ideal, pero no vende

Los consumidores muestran conciencia ecológica, pero compran en función de precio y funcionalidades técnicas.

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Soporte del lector de pantalla JAWS para ARIA

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Half the productivity, twice the carbon

Green technologies key for IT industry profitability in 2020

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The flaw in the 'Internet of Things'

Yes, more and more devices will be connected to the Internet, but beware of the inane ideas being proposed

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Oracle, IBM hold hands on Java

The rivals have pledged to cooperate on OpenJDK for open source Java and to enhance the Java Community Process

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Un sistema español de autenticación de personas a través de la córnea fue premiado en taiwán

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Microsoft Research Announces New Technologies at eScience Workshop

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Measurement scientists set a new standard in 3-D ears

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Microsoft Works the Phones

Needing a huge boost in the mobile market, Microsoft will begin selling new phones with an updated version of Windows.

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An Operating System to Run It All

Intel's MeeGo will let apps span tablets, phones, and TVs.

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Microsoft's 3-D Strategy

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A Touch Screen with Texture

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New Method to Identify People by Their Ears

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Monitoring Your Health With Your Mobile Phone

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Green Technologies Key for IT Industry Profitability in 2020

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sonRAIL -- computer model to calculate noise levels along the Swiss rail network

Goods trains move at night because during daytime the Swiss rail system is used to full capacity by passenger traffic. Unfortunately, it is goods trains which make the most noise – and they operate at exactly the time when most people want to sleep. If the policy of shifting goods transport from the roads to the rail network is to succeed, then goods trains must be made significantly quieter.

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Firefox 4 for Android and Maemo arrives in beta

'Awesome' screen and pinch to zoom

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A New Kind of Smart-Phone Connection

Handsets will soon be able to connect to other gadgets or make payments with a tap.

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Google Voice: The Next Killer App?

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