martes, 24 de octubre de 2017

Noticias y opinión


Microsoft will beat Linux clouds at their own game - with open source

Developers, developers, developers, developers

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In Depth: 10 tech trends to watch for in 2012

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In Depth: Microsoft in 2012: what to expect

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AT&T Survey Finds Marketer Interest in Mobile Barcodes

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Top 5 Authentication Predictions for 2012

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Google patents self-driving car

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Could we accept driverless cars?

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Seis de cada diez empresas prefieren una nube privada auto-gestionada

Un 56% de las compañías aboga por un modelo de cloud computing para obtener mayor control sobre su información.

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How HP and open source can save WebOS

If HP wants a future for struggling WebOS, it must invest in the platform -- not abandon it

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New Clearwire funding won't guarantee LTE plan

The WiMax carrier raised $734M this week but needs more before it can commit to deploying LTE

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Google Wallet incluido en máquinas expendedoras de grandes ciudades

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Podrán localizar a bomberos en el interior de edificios sin GPS

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Bluetooth blood pressure monitor uses any Bluetooth version 4.0 'Smart Ready' smartphone or computer

IDT International Limited is claiming to have developed the world's first Bluetooth low energy (or Bluetooth Smart) blood pressure monitor, which is expected to be ready to go into volume production by March 2012 after receiving final US FDA and MDD (Europe) medical certification.

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Unifying Developers and Tools In ALM Nirvana

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Improving security in the cloud

Less and less of today's computing is done on desktop computers; cloud computing, in which operations are carried out on a network of shared, remote servers, is expected to rise as the demand for computing power increases. This raises some crucial questions about security: Can we, for instance, perform computations on data stored in 'the cloud' without letting anyone else see our information? Research carried out at the Weizmann Institute and MIT is moving us closer to the ability to work on data while it is still encrypted, giving an encrypted result that can later be securely deciphered.

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Tool Enables Scientists to Uncover Patterns in Vast Data Sets

Evolving to cope with growing data sets, a pictoral representation.

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Report: NFC phone shipments top 35M in 2011 - 80m predicted for 2012

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'Smart Connector' Could Save Millions in Lost Revenue

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Computing: Improving Security in the Cloud

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Voice biometrics hold potential as lie detector technology

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