Saturday, 19 de April de 2014

Noticias y opinión


Researchers Developing Computerized Tools for Cryosurgery Training

Carnegie Mellon researchers granted 1.3 million from National Cancer Institute for interactive simulator and computerized tutor for surgeons

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Se avivan las diferencias de acceso a Internet y comercio electrónico en la UE

De acuerdo con un estudio publicado por Eurostat, la brecha existente entre los países del norte y el sur de Europa en lo que a acceso a Internet se refiere sigue abierta. En el caso de España, el 51 por ciento de los hogares dispone de acceso a Internet de banda ancha, un porcentaje por debajo de la media europea, que se sitúa en un 56 por ciento.

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Crecen las ventas de netbooks en toda Europa

Si en los últimos trimestres de este 2009 hemos visto cómo las ventas de PC en Europa se mantenían a flote gracias, esencialmente, al buen comportamiento de los portátiles, ahora, un estudio de Context pone de manifiesto que son los netbooks, o mini-portátiles, los que están impulsando estas ventas. Según la firma, sólo el pasado mes de noviembre, las ventas de netbooks se incrementaron un 37,7 por ciento en toda Europa.

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Las universidades públicas motores de desarrollo

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Thanks to RFID, losing luggage may soon be a thing of the past

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Rethinking artificial intelligence: Researchers hope to produce 'co-processors' for the human mind

The field of artificial-intelligence research (AI), founded more than 50 years ago, seems to many researchers to have spent much of that time wandering in the wilderness, swapping hugely ambitious goals for a relatively modest set of actual accomplishments. Now, some of the pioneers of the field, joined by later generations of thinkers, are gearing up for a massive 'do-over' of the whole idea.

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Cyber hacking could be a thing of the past

(PhysOrg.com) -- High-profile websites are constantly under threat from hackers attempting to paralyse their websites but new research could make such attacks computationally impossible. This research will be one of the topics discussed at a major international conference on the theory and application of cryptology and information security in Japan this week.

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Billy Bragg: "file-sharing isn't piracy, it's promotion"

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Net safety lessons to be compulsory in primary schools

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Virtual SIM allows multiple connections on a mobile handset

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AT&T tops in 3G wireless speeds, study finds

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Orange says life is better on its mobile social network

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Wireless management presents unique challenges

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Five technologies to see huge growth in US gov't, group says

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Microsoft, Cisco, IBM and others form cloud computing group

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Microsoft creates new server and cloud division

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Service cracks WPA, steals Wi-Fi passwords

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Top 15 most common security attacks

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Licenses are Not the Hard Part

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Zemlin: 'Industry Transformation Depends on Linux' (Q&A)

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