Tuesday, 21 de April de 2015

Noticias y opinión


Microsoft launches MSN health application

Keeping MSN relevant and saving the NHS money, maybe

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El futuro de la geolocalización

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Business and Market Intelligence 2.0, Part 2

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Clearing the Way for Software Product Line Success

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Scientific Computing in the Cloud

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Visual Navigation for Mobile Devices

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WiMAX vs. LTE: Who Will Win the Broadband Mobile Internet?

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EEG Scans May Be Key to Communication for Vegetative Patients

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Toward the Semantic Web

A new standard from the World Wide Web Consortium brings the Web a step closer to realizing the vision of its inventor, Tim Berners-Lee.

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New Batteries Pack More Punch

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Why Can't Johnny Develop Secure Software?

Security experts agree that there's something wrong with the software development process, but there are differing opinions on how to solve the problem

 

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Innovation on Demand

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Stanford helps to digitally preserve mountains of documents

A Stanford-based consortium of libraries will keep electronic backups of government documents, according to a new agreement – and that will add "a layer of trust in access to government information."

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Fighting back against web attacks

Hi-tech criminals are not very good at securing the tools they use to attack websites, suggests research.

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Compuware's Gomez Aims To Gauge Cloud

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Hasso Plattner Institute opens top-level computer research lab of international significance

A computer research lab of international significance opened its doors at Hasso Plattner Institute (HPI) on Wednesday, June 16: the "HPI Future SOC Lab" , a top-level computer science research lab equipped with the latest high-performance computers, was opened for scientific research. Prof. Hasso Plattner, the institute’s founder and the co-founder and supervisory board chairman of the SAP software group, came to Potsdam for the opening ceremony. Among the guests were leading computer scientists and top managers from Germany, Switzerland, Norway, Israel and the U.S.

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La biometría toma impulso para resolver la sobrecarga de contraseñas

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Electronic health records could give rise to more liability risk

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Vinux: distribución Linux para ciegos y discapacitados visuales

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Trend Micro outlines three-pronged SaaS security plan

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