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PhysOrg.com) -- Japanese researchers are developing a super-fast scanner that will be able to scan a book of about 200 pages in a minute without any need to break up or flatten the book.
Computer project gets $5M grant: 'Will allow big displays to be used by more than one person at a time'
Computer scientists from Glasgow University are playing a key role in the NHS’s living-donor kidney-transplant programme, which saw the first multiple kidney transplants involving three couples take place at the end of last year.
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Integrates telephone and fax with e-mail, contacts, calendar and task information
Acquires Avantellis product line from Emerson Network Power
Claims to enhance business processes, reduce costs and improve information access
Enables enterprises to migrate from existing applications to new Windows OS
The software maker has a raft of standalone voice applications and a history of timely acquisitions. Is there a buyer that could digest Nuance?
Rice, Korean collaboration produces printable tag
At OSBC, a company exec noted that Microsoft relies upon a diverse ecosystem that includes open source to satisfy customers
Drupal Gardens service will be released at about the same time as Drupal 7, a major update to the open-source CMS platform
O'Reilly media founder Tim O'Reilly is 'the most powerful voice,' according to a new ranking of influential open source personalities