Monday, 25 de May de 2015

Noticias y opinión


U.S. Open Source for Open Government

In December the U.S. White House set guidelines for an open and transparent administration. The Open Source for America (OSFA) organization is now following up with tips for a governmental move to free software.

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Organisations see pros and cons of cloud storage

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Java's future uncertain under Oracle's grip

Some users fear Oracle may control Java more tightly than Sun did

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Agile software development is now mainstream

A new Forrester report finds widespread use of the iterative software development processes

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Crece la demanda de seguridad para los telefonos inteligentes

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El pago sin contacto podría acabar con el chip y PIN

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Software development gets a better production line

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Argonne Scientists Use Supercomputers to Explore Nuclear Energy

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Teaching computer games

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Grid Computing and the Future of Cloud Computing

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McObject Makes Play for Java Developers with New Interface

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Mobile messaging attacks to rise in 2010

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Facebook app changes could lead to security issues

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Ten vulnerabilities found in RealPlayer

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Subway transit workers sport RFID to improve safety

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Researchers make board games electronic (w/ Video)

(PhysOrg.com) -- A groundbreaking technology developed at Queen's University in Ontario, Canada may make traditional board games a thing of the past.

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NEC's Facial Recognition Technology Achieves First Place in the Still-Face Dataset

ational Institute of Standards and Technology, commissioned by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

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Explained: Gallager codes

In the 1948 paper that created the field of information theory, MIT grad (and future professor) Claude Shannon threw down the gauntlet to future generations of researchers. In those predigital days, communications channels — such as phone lines or radio bands — were particularly susceptible to the electrical or electromagnetic disruptions known as “noise.”

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La compra de Sun por parte de Oracle recibe el visto bueno de las autoridades europeas

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NFC coming to iPhones in Japan

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