Sunday, 29 de March de 2015

Noticias y opinión


Innovation: Gaze trackers eye computer gamers

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Prizewinning math could reveal hidden patterns in primes

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Will Google help breach the great firewall of China?

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More Google TV Details Emerge

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Electronic Health Records Security: Where It Needs To Be?

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Bringing damaged records back to life

They may be crackly but there is something special about an old record. Researchers in Switzerland are working on a technique to revive old records that can no longer be reproduced.

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3-D Tabletop Display Gets Rid of the Glasses

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IMEC team shows wireless 'thought-to-text' cap

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Video Game Makers Losing To Casual, Social Gaming Trends

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Sybase Analytics Service Keeps SMS Messages Moving

Combining Sybase IQ data warehousing with MicroStrategy dashboards, Operator Analytics 365 gauges telco network performance.

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License change leaves Sun Solaris users at a crossroads

Oracle's decision to limit Solaris 10's free usage to 90 days could be a boon for Linux vendors

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Barcelona Supercomputing Center Supports Numerous Projects

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Embedded core duo computer controls two displays

MPL AG developed an expansion module for the Intel Core Duo based PIP series computers, that provides the possibility to connect an additional second display. This serial display link to DVI module (SDLD-1), together with the Intel embedded graphics driver, offers various graphical output combinations such as different display content (dual independent display), identical display content, or display merger into one expanded desktop.

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E-book readers to rely increasingly on Wi-Fi and Bluetooth

The majority of e-book readers shipped in 2009 were 3G/GPRS enabled, but few products used other wireless technologies, such as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. However, this is forecast to change in the next five years, according to a new market report from IMS Research on the world market for e-book readers.

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MOST technology aims at safety-critical applications

The MOST (Media Oriented Systems Transport) network technology is about to leave its roots in infotainment applications behind and target safety-relevant applications. At the recent meeting of the MOST standardizing industry group, research results were presented which prove that the current standard iteration MOST150 is almost ready to support such applications. For instance, MOST could be used to interconnect driver assistance systems, the group states.

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Google PowerMeter is watching you

Google PowerMeter is an ambitious project and potentially a good thing,but it is full of social implications and potential pitfalls. Google Powermeter is a free piece of software that allows you to view your home's energyconsumption from your personalized iGoogle homepage. And knowing whatyou consume is the first step to reducing your consumption. This shouldbe good for your pocket and good for the planet as we will all have towork to reduce our carbon footprint.

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Ubisoft compensating for DRM with free games

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Intel launches AppUp for Linux

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Cloudy with a chance of Linux: Canonical aims to cash in

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In Depth: 10 new technologies that will revolutionise your life

The tech advances set to make a real difference

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