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Google's new Search, plus your world social search feature for integrating Google+ posts and pictures in Google.com results fanned the flames of competition with Twitter. It also may raise new antitrust concerns.
Attackers are using search results as a reconnaissance tool to identify sites to hit in the latest mass injection attack directing users to Lilupophilupop.com.
Oracle forged a partnership with pioneering Apache Hadoop interface/tools provider Cloudera to use its distribution inside the new Big Data Appliance.
Organizations often hire an external data recovery service to recover data from a failed drive containing sensitive data without considering the risks of a data breach.
NTT America recently predicted major themes for 2012, including continued consolidation after a flurry of mergers and acquisitions in 2011, mass migration to the clouds, and increased adoption of 100 Gbit Ethernet as a result of growing video popularity, especially in emerging markets.
HiWave in Cambridge, UK, is showing new loudspeaker driver and amplifier designs in its Tempus demonstrator at Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this week and the ALMA (The International Loudspeaker Association) Symposium. Tempus brings together an all-new variant of the companys BMR (Balanced Mode Radiator) speaker drive unit and its Audium amplifier chip in a reference design that now delivers higher power output plus Bluetooth wireless audio streaming.
Conventional CMOS image sensors are not suitable for low-light applications such as fluorescence, since large pixels arranged in a matrix do not support high readout speeds. A new optoelectronic component speeds up this process. It has already been patented.
Firefighters often put their lives at risk during operations, so it is essential they have reliable tools to help them do their job. Now, a modular simulation kit is set to help develop new information and communication technologies and ensure they are tailored to firefighters needs from the outset.
Optimized operations are essential to globally competitive companies. Until now, inspectors have timed procedures, usually manually, in order to organize manual assembly operations efficiently a method prone to error. A new system records times automatically and cuts costs for companies.