Saturday, 23 de May de 2015

Noticias y opinión


Can social media detect the changes in public mood?

New research has analysed the mood of Twitter users in the UK and detected various changes in the mood of the public. In particular, the researchers observed a significant increase in negative mood, anger and fear, coinciding with the announcement of spending cuts and last summer's riots together with a possibly calming effect during the royal wedding.

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Together, computer scientists from Saarbrücken and Luxembourg close digital security gaps

According to results of a recent survey commissioned by the Federal Association for Information Economy, Telecommunications, and New Media, three-fourths of German internet users are feeling threatened. Reasons cited include computer viruses, internet fraud, and data misuse.

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Big data and cloud computing: Watch out for these unknowns

Big data and cloud computing hold great promise, but keep an eye on the key questions around this pairing

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New app aims to discover how your phone uses your personal data

Today sees the launch of a new research project which aims to find out how people value the personal information held on their android smartphones.

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Android Vulnerability Debugged

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More iris research required, but still better than face

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Alabama jail tests biometric identification

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Data mining opens the door to predictive neuroscience

Researchers at the EPFL have discovered rules that relate the genes that a neuron switches on and off, to the shape of that neuron, its electrical properties and its location in the brain

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Surface, una tableta gigante

No es la primera versión de la tecnología Surface, una pantalla táctil de grandes dimensiones, pero sí sale a un precio más atractivo y en 196 países. El segundo intento de Microsoft por implantar las pantallas táctiles en el mundo educativo y empresarial llega de la mano de Samsung. Juntos han desarrollado la tecnología Pixelsense, que a través de una cámara y sensores en la pantalla permite responder hasta a 52 puntos de contacto a la vez. Así se permite que varias personas interactúen a la vez con el dispositivo ...

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It's time to run Java out of town

A Java security hole just nailed 670,000 Macs, and Java accounts for more Windows infections than any other source. It's time to get rid of Java and stop the madness

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HP predicts dawn of new era in cloud computing

A global elite of 10 to 20 interoperable cloud providers will emerge, says cloud services exec at the unveiling of HP's public cloud IaaS offering

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Sistema RFID de Bibliotheca se implementa en bibliotecas alemanas

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Ideal Innovations Secures Third Year with Biometrics Identity Management Agency

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Research in Future Cloud Computing

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Neurotechnology launches new product updates : Biometric fingerprint, face, iris, voice and object recognition technologies

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A Startup Repackages the News for a Facebook Generation

Wavii gives summaries of events—from celebrity breakups to business news—in a Facebook-style feed tuned to what a user likes.

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Biometric IAM solution for US medical centre

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One-stop-shop biometric enrolment centres for US citizens

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Wireless providers to disable stolen phones

(AP) -- Major wireless service companies have agreed to disable cellphones after they are reported stolen under a strategy intended to deter the theft and resale of wireless devices.

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Chips as mini Internets

Computer chips have stopped getting faster. In order to keep increasing chips’ computational power at the rate to which we’ve grown accustomed, chipmakers are instead giving them additional “cores,” or processing units.

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