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(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.
Genius Button, Exchange support also confirmed.
Open source startup selected for Initiative for the Economic Development of the Software publishers and Start-up by MS France.
A user draws an imaginary line in the operating plane of the Imaginary Interfaces device.
New imaging systems which will enable a more in-depth study of ancient artefacts will be available within a year.
Tablets with the OS could reach store shelves in late winter 2011
Race conditions are becoming increasingly common in today's multi-threaded computing environments
Apple has schooled the mobile software industry on the need for good design. Companies that have embraced Linux should take heed