Friday, 30 de September de 2016

Noticias y opinión


IBM Says Future Computers Will Be Constant Learners

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Algorithm Uses Photo Networks to Reveal Your Hometown

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V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai: Inventor of E-Mail Honored by Smithsonian

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Mapping Out the Future of GPS Technology

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Glasses-less 3-D coming to future TVs

Future televisions will be smarter, more intuitive and feature even more technically logical advanced displays, according to a panel of experts at the International Solid State Circuits Conference on Tuesday (February 21). Among the technologies that will become more prevalent in coming years are glasses-less 3-D technology and free-viewpoint television (FTV)—a a visual media that allows users to view a 3-D scene by freely changing the viewpoint, as if they were there, panelists said.

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Moving implant, body nets advance

Medical electronics researchers showed advances in self-propelled implants and body area networks at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference.

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One transceiver per radiator is the only effective solution for Active Antenna Systems says Ubidyne

There is only one way to build an effective Active Antenna System (AAS) according to Ubidyne that will be featuring its LTE 700MHz uB700™ and 900MHz uB900™ Antenna Embedded Radios at this month’s Mobile World Congress 2012. While there are multiple AAS architectures, Ubidyne believes it is vital to have one transceiver or M-Radio per antenna radiator. This means that an antenna with 16 radiators - or eight cross polar radiators - will also have 16 transceivers.

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Voltage regulators stacked in 3-D

The first integrated voltage regulators can be located on the bottom of a 3-D chip stack, according researchers at IBM and Columbia University, who recently demonstrated a silicon interposer containing the necessary magnetic inductors at the International Solid State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) in work funded by Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC) and the U.S. Department of Energy.

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Big Data, un nuevo enfoque de la gestión de la información

ComputerWorld celebra un evento en Madrid junto con Dell, EMC y SAP y Sybase, a SAP Company.

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IBM integrates Q1 Labs to pull threat information from 400 sources

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LG U+ to trial two Cisco mobile Internet services

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Single-Atom Transistor Is "Perfect"

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Wi-Fi vendor Ruckus expands into hybrid mobile networks

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Ericsson increases uplink capacity for HSPA

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NIST Cybersecurity Center Tackles Public And Private Threats

Researchers will use National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence to develop new products and services to combat cybersecurity threats faced by U.S. government agencies and companies.

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Cloud security, big data, and mobile to dominate RSA conference

Big data will be a big theme at the security conference, as it offers an opportunity for IT to improve the security of users and applications

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Wi-Fi Passpoint standard could end hotspot sign-on hassles

The Wi-Fi Alliance's Wi-Fi Certified Passpoint program will aim to make finding and getting on hotspots invisible to the mobile user

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IEEE Identifies Continued Obstacles Toward the Global Adoption of Cloud Computing

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New RTI Connext Middleware Unifies Patient Data

Real Time Innovations' new Connext middleware applications allow hospitals to connect health-monitoring data with electronic health records.

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Stanford research team cracks animated NuCaptcha

(PhysOrg.com) -- The research team from Stanford University, led by Elie Bursztein, that previously had cracked regular CAPTCHAs and then audio CAPTCHAs, now has also successfully cracked the animated version called NuCaptcha. Bursztein details how the team did it and offers suggestions on how to improve them in a post on his blog.

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