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Approach could help software learn how to identify fake accounts with less honorable intentions.
A real-time auction system will create even more targeted ads.
Fibers that carry light and sense pressure could be used for medical imaging and structural monitoring.
El Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG, en sus siglas en inglés) ha anunciado la aprobación formal de la especificación Bluetooth versión 4.0 con tecnología de bajo consumo. Este es el paso final en el proceso de adopción del nuevo estándar, ya abierto para la calificación de todo tipo de productos Bluetooth a la nueva versión.
The Energy Web is a power distribution system designed for managing a large-scale, widely distributed network of renewable energy sources. The figure shows the interaction of the different parts of the Energy Web, which includes incentives for "prosumers" (producers and consumers of energy) and allows autonomous self-organization of agents due to evolutionary processes. Image credit: Carreras, et al. ©2010 IEEE.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Engineers help smaller processors outperform a single superfast processor by working more efficiently in parallel.
With the help of smart RFID technology, things, animals, and people can be identified remotely, and the information can be sent and stored in databases. Now the method will be even smarter thanks to research Björn Nilsson at Halmstad University in Sweden, who is presenting solutions that make this technology more effective and more energy efficient. In fact, as much as 60 percent more efficient.
The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) has launched Cayenne 3.0, the latest version of the group's open source Java framework for object relational mapping (ORM), persistence, and caching. A new paper details technical features of the 3.0 release and looks ahead to future versions.
A research group forms to help businesses understand the nature, structure and business purposes of cloud systems and make it possible even for SMBs to use e-services, aka cloud-based services, to smooth out tricky IT-related business processes.
Carnegie Mellon researchers develop AquaLux 3D display technology