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However well we protect our data, sooner or later we run the risk of information we want to keep private ending up in the public domain. Researcher Harold van Heerde of the Centre for Telematics and Information Technology (CTIT) at the University of Twente therefore wants information to fade away over time: just let the details gradually disappear from view. This would drastically reduce privacy-related problems while ensuring that the information still retains its usefulness to some extent.
Researcher proposes data degradation policy to protect privacy
Carnegie Mellon University hosting a pair of conferences on emerging educational technologies
The Truth About Vulnerability Scanners
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has been designated by Federal Chief Information Officer Vivek Kundra to accelerate the federal government's secure adoption of cloud computing by leading efforts to develop standards and guidelines in close consultation and collaboration with standards bodies, the private sector, and other stakeholders. Computer science researchers at NIST are working on two complementary efforts to speed the government's quick and secure adoption of cloud computing.
HP will buy the HyperSpace slim OS and the HyperCore embedded hypervisor from Phoenix
Droid maker to double mobile processor speed
(PhysOrg.com) -- It's a wonderful thing to be carried away in a story, but will you as the reader soon be able to determine how the story unfolds? With the Virtual Storyteller, developed by Ivo Swartjes at the Centre for Telematics and Information Technology of the University of Twente, the Netherlands, the reader will soon be able to take an active role. What he or she does determines how the story progresses. The key to making this possible is to devise intelligent software, so that the 'storyteller' is also prepared for unexpected situations.
Tablet-friendly version of Ubuntu Light to feature touch controls, on-screen keyboard.
Windows usage is declining, MySQL usage is gaining, and Enterprise JavaBeans and Spring usage are tied
A new type of display from Microsoft produces multiple images and tracks the viewers' eyes.