Tuesday, 21 de April de 2015

Noticias y opinión


GM announces Segway-Car mash-up

Looks like Bomberman

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In Depth: 'Symbian and MeeGo are quite separate'

Nokia: there's no problem with multiple operating systems

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In Depth: The ultimate guide to media streaming

Windows 7 sharing, UPnP, DNLA and more explained

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Google and Censorship

China isn't the only place where Google faces tough choices.

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Real-World Virtual Reality

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Enterprise OSGi spec rolls out at EclipseCon

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The State Of Search Engine Marketing 2010

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FreeLinc files patent for low-interference NFC system

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Microsoft to update communications server

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VMware, Citrix struggle with "bare-metal" desktops

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Cell Execs Face Wireless Data Demands

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L-1 unveils new finger vein system

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DEMO Spring: Automatic Emotion Detection Technology Wins Grand Prize

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Medical contact lens embedds wireless MEMs sensor

STMicroelectronics announced it will develop and supply a wireless MEMS sensor that acts as a transducer, antenna and mechanical support for additional read-out electronics in a breakthrough platform developed by Swiss company Sensimed AG. This solution will enable better management of glaucoma patients via earlier diagnosis and treatment that is optimally tailored to the individual patient.

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IBM Teams With eMeter for Smart Power Metering

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Spain positioned in Europe as a sponsor of open source software

The Vulcano project, partnered by the UPM's Faculty of Computer Sciences to raise open source software reliability and quality to similar levels as proprietary software.

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3D haptics to help surgeons feel the cutting edge

AUSTRALIAN researchers are developing a universal simulator to bring a realistic sense of touch to simulations for medical procedures, defence and policing.

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UW students develop apps to aid disabled

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A More Sensitive Sensor

TAU pioneers sensor technology for industry using nano-sized carbon tubes

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Ubiquitous demos one-second boot tech

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