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Software security MOT results dispel FUD
Netgear powerline kit serves up 500Mbps
Firefox, Safari, Chrome offered as alternative to Internet Explorer
Rolling out by the end of 2010
Artificial Neural Networks Help Identify Predisposing Factors for Conversion of Mild Cognitive Impairment to Alzheimer's Disease
Better computing and communication for emergency personnel at disaster sites
Can avatars change the way we think and act?
(PhysOrg.com) -- Powerful computers made up of physically separate modules, self-organising networks, and computing inspired by biological systems are three hot research topics coming together in one European project.
Armies of networked computers that have been compromised by malicious software are commonly known as Botnets. Such Botnets are usually used to carry out fraudulent and criminal activity on the Internet. Now, writing in the International Journal of Information and Computer Security, US computer scientists reveal that the honeypot trap designed to protect computers from Botnets are now vulnerable to attack because of advances in Botnet malware.
Much scientific research across a range of disciplines tries to find linear approximations of nonlinear behaviors. But what does that mean?
By mimicking cells, MIT researcher designs electronic circuits for ultra-low-power and biomedical applications.
Tuesday is kick-off for CeBIT, the world's foremost tradeshow for the digital industry in Hannover, Germany, and with it high-class talks in the CeBIT Open Source forum. All talks will be visible on a live-stream in the internet.