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Some of technology's biggest companies are developing AI-related hardware, software, and components to run on smartphones and tablets. Might a wireless device rebalance your investment portfolio?
Imagine a future in which smartphones are always on—automatically translating conversations, hunting data, even talking back. At Google, speech recognition and visual search are just the start
Although ISPs could be doing more to promote the technology says RIPE
The trick lets sensors last five times as long between charges.
(PhysOrg.com) -- When it comes to making sure our information is secure, sometimes researchers have to think like hackers. This is true of Avishai Wool, a professor at Tel Aviv University. Along with Ph.D. student Yossi Oren, Wool has come up with a way to extract information from microchips that are thought to be secure. Wool and Oren created a special computer program that is designed to reduce the noise that limits hackers from identifying information on chips through the use of power source tracing.
This is an artist's conception of neurovision sensor with custom machined gimbal head, custom printed circuit boards, and precision-machined unibody enclosure. The gimbal head is crucial to allow the "eye" to move to actively see the scene based on feedback from the software system. Credit: USC Viterbi School of Engineering
PST's new, parallelized rules execution engine is massively more scalable than IBM's, Oracle's, Fair Isaac's, Red Hat's, and the rest
Editing on Android and the iPad, too
Red-Hat compatibility holds us back
El ITI aborda, en el marco del Congreso Español de Informática, los aspectos más innovadores y con mayor proyección futura, siempre desde una perspectiva científica y empresarial
El proyecto podría ser encabezado por Erik Tseng, uno de los antiguos responsables de Android que acaba de ser fichado por Facebook.
The service, an engineering marvel, could boost Google's bottom line.
New web development software for a navigable, interactive and personalized Internet
Like an aging bridge, the Internet is groaning under the weight of traffic that is growing by leaps and bounds and changing form under constant innovation.
Una investigación descubre que los algoritmos son más eficaces para identificar rostros