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So-called likejacking attacks on Facebook, spotted by security company Sophos, are continuing to spread. A new set of lures is popping up, including promises of information about the BP oil spill and the phone number of pop singer Justin Bieber.
Computing the energy levels of a helium atom in 1958 was significantly harder than it is today. But a comparison of then and now methods reveals some counterintuitive anomalies about the impact of computer science
Designed for manycore development
Industrial robots can help companies compete by boosting quality and productivity. That's ultimately a benefit for American labor
China's ambitions to become a major global power in the world of supercomputing were given a boost when one of its machines was ranked second-fastest in a survey.
MeeGo support included in "Oak Trail" platform, Acer committed to MeeGo on upcoming netbooks.
A new interface ties the increasingly popular R language for statistical analysis to Oracle's data mining software
A security researcher from Trustwave says administrators often underestimate the security risks facing JBoss servers. Armed with a new tool, he will speak at the upcoming AthCon conference about how these servers can be compromised and what your enterprise can do about it.
Complex computer models can involve thousands of variables. But paradoxically, adding more variables can sometimes make them easier to work with.