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Traffic management goes under the microsocope
Andy Rubin confirms that 2.2 is open-sourced and ready for OEMs and consumers.
PathScale and CAPS join to push HMPP model as new standard for GPGPU programming
Superposition state created and controlled in silicon by UK-Dutch research team
Swiss researchers have written a computer programme that is able to analyse temporal and spatial patterns of moving objects, and on top of that is capable of learning. This would be a significant aid in traffic monitoring.
Future exaflop supercomputers will consume too much power without new software
In recent years, there has been a rapid rise in the number and use of online social networks. These social networks pose two significant risks in terms of child exploitation: paedophiles predating on children in chat rooms and distributing and sharing child abuse media through online file sharing.
Quest Software has released a beta version of Toad for Cloud Databases, a new management tool designed to "put NoSQL databases within reach of traditional relational database developers and administrators."
Mirage project cuts software bloat caused by traditional stacks
New version of WISPr set to help interoperability
A study finds problems, but also offers software fixes that could help cell phones last significantly longer between charges.
(PhysOrg.com) -- A Scottish student who became worried about the lack of privacy on sites like Facebook has come up with a solution - hes developed his own social networking program.
Dr. Joseph Mitola III, Vice President for the Research Enterprise at Stevens Institute of Technology, is the subject of a recent article on Computing Now which details the benefits and development of Cognitive Radio (CR), the intelligent wireless technology coined by Dr. Mitola in 1999.
SkypeKit gives Linux developers access to core functionality, SILK codec.