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La tecnología española de control del tráfico urbano sigue avanzando por China. Los mismos sistemas implantados por Indra en San Sebastián, Pamplona o Albacete están ya en fase de desarrollo en cuatro ciudades chinas: Changde, Guilin, Korla (Bazhou) y Liaocheng, una implementación que afectará a más de tres millones y medio de ciudadanos y que pretende reducir los tiempos de viaje y la contaminación.
Touch sensing solutions provider Zytronic has extended the use of its Projected Capacitive Technology (PCT) into a new desk design from Asian user interface specialist VitalTouch. The interactive school desk is expected to enhance the whole learning process, dispensing with traditional writing equipment and white boards. Each desk incorporates a full colour display with an integrated touchscreen, utilising Zytronic's ZYPOS 19-inch touch sensor product.
Johnson Controls avanza en la tecnología de pantalla en 3D con el concepto de cuadro de instrumentos multicapa
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An international consortium of scientific institutions and industrial companies coordinated by Technische Universität München recently started the European project Automatic Online Tuning (AutoTune) with the target of automatically optimizing applications in the area of high-performance computing. The Leibniz Supercomputing Centre of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences is partner in the project and responsible for the contacts to the public.
Amazon, Cloudera, Hortonworks, IBM, and MapR mix simpler setup of Hadoop clusters with proprietary twists and trade-offs
Urban Bean manager Liz Abene started hunting for a new way to process card payments after the coffee shop's transaction fees skyrocketed. It was costing $60 a month, she said, just to have the credit card equipment on the counter.
Facebook is adding a bevy of new applications to let users share everything from photos of what they cooked for dinner, to details on what they are wearing, to what concert they scored tickets to.
The last time I relied on email software for personal messaging, George W. Bush was starting his second term, Pluto was still a planet and the Motorola Razr was America's most popular mobile phone.
Soon, scholars worldwide will have an easier time creating, publishing, and sharing maps and other geospatial data, thanks to the release of WorldMap, an open source software platform that fills the growing niche between desktop mapping applications and more lightweight, nimble Web solutions.