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2 hrs ago | InfoWorld

Startup Quip issues API for mobile word processor aimed at enterprise IT

Quip has released an API for its browser-based word processor that it hopes enterprise developers will use to make the application do more jobs in workplaces.


Related Topix: CPU, Science / Technology, Microsoft, Startups, Google, Science, Cloud Computing

6 hrs ago | The Campbell Reporter

Google, Facebook and other tech companies race to develop artificial intelligence

The latest Silicon Valley arms race is a contest to build the best artificial brains.


Related Topix: Emerging Technology, Science, Search Engines, Startups, Facebook, Social Software, Computers, Robots

8 hrs ago | Hispanic Business

Orange Business Services Helps Haier Upgrade Customer Service with Cloud Computing

The initial deployment will allow Haier's headquarters in over a cloud-based platform, enabling users to access business-critical applications anywhere, anytime.


Related Topix: Science, Science / Technology, Cloud Computing

12 hrs ago | KCCI-TV Des Moines

ISU officials warn nearly 50K students of data breach

New information on the data breach at Iowa State University. We're finding out why University officials are just responding to the hacking now -- even though they knew about it more than a month ago.... KCCI's Vanessa Peng joins us live from the Ames Livelink.


Related Topix: Iowa State University, Social Security, Personal Finance, Computer Security, Science / Technology, Science

Wed Apr 23, 2014


Facebook wants to be less annoying

It's probably hard for any man to resist posting a picture of the apple of his eye .


Related Topix: Facebook, iPod touch App, iPad App, iPhone and iPad App, iPhone App, Startups, Social Software, Twitter, iPhone, Science

The Washington Post

High school students are all about computers but get little instruction in computer science

Their lives swirl in technology, but the nation's high school students spend little time studying the computer science that is the basis of it all.


Related Topix: Science, Computers, Education Etc., Fairfax County, VA, Family, Kids, Loudoun County, VA

ABC News

6 Billionaires Who You'd Actually Want to Work For

They're busy, demanding and very rich. What is it like to work for billionaire bosses? A lot of employees would risk their livelihoods and reputations to share stories about bad ones, but we do hear stories of some pretty stellar, ultra-wealthy bosses once in a while.


Related Topix: Microsoft, Startups, Science, University of Washington, Amazon, Jeff Bezos, Wedding

Houston Press

What Transcendence Director Wally Pfister Learned From Kubrick and Nolan

When Wally Pfister won an Oscar for Inception , his sixth film with Christopher Nolan , he went home and put the statuette on his mantel.


Related Topix: The Dark Knight Rises, Inception, Science, Rebecca Hall, Movies, Entertainment

Scientific Computing/Instrument.

Intel Selects Georgia Tech as Site for Next Parallel Computing Center

As modern computer systems become more powerful, utilizing as many as millions of processor cores in parallel, Intel is looking for new ways to efficiently use these high performance computing systems to accelerate scientific discovery.


Related Topix: Science, Startups, Intel, CPU, Science / Technology, Georgia Tech, Computers, High Performance Computing

America is becoming less religious

By Joe Shlabotnik from Forest Hills, Queens, USA [CC-BY-2.0 ], via Wikimedia Commons By Joe Shlabotnik from Forest Hills, Queens, USA [CC-BY-2.0 ], via Wikimedia Commons America is becoming less religious and it looks as though the Internet is to blame.


Related Topix: Science

Tue Apr 22, 2014

Scientific Computing/Instrument.

Dr. Ing. Bernd Mohr, a senior scientist at the Juelich Supercomputing Centre

When I started to work on performance tools for parallel computers 25 years ago, I wasn't sure how long I would be able to work in this interesting and exciting area of high performance computing.


Related Topix: CPU, Science / Technology, High Performance Computing, Computers, Science, Programming Languages, IBM

Wall Street Journal

Chinese Conglomerate Fosun Starts $100 Million Venture Arm In Silicon Valley

Chinese conglomerate Fosun International is raising its profile as an international investor, establishing a venture-capital operation in Silicon Valley.


Related Topix: Venture Capital, Emerging Technology, Science, Warren Buffett, Internet, Science / Technology


The use of Amazon's dedicated cloud instances may be on rise, but does that make sense?

Amazon dedicated instances take some of the "shared" out of shared cloud infrastructure.


Related Topix: Amazon, Science / Technology, Cloud Computing, Science

KTEN-TV Denison

High court hears streaming TV case

Police detectives in Portland, Ore., say a man fatally shot by an officer last month had been stalking young women in a van containing ropes, zip ties and pornographic magazines featuring teenage girls.


Related Topix: US News, Cloud Computing, Science / Technology, Science

Connecticut Post

High court hears streaming TV

In this July 7, 2010 file photo, media billionaire Barry Diller attends the annual Allen & Co.


Related Topix: Computers, US News, Cloud Computing, Science / Technology, Science, Stephen Breyer, John G. Roberts

Hospitality Net

Per-Minute Billing Allows Hotels to Improve the Guest Computing...

Today, Eleven formally launched a new per-minute billing option for its flagship guest computing solution, ElevenGC for the Mac.


Related Topix: Science, Computers

New artificial intelligence facial recognition system could be 'privacy apocalypse'

Imagine having a pair of Google glasses at a party, turning over to look at an attractive woman, and because of facial recognition technology be able to get to know her on Facebook and ask her on a date on Tinder.


Related Topix: Science, Social Software

PC World

Guess who's making the big money in the Apple-Samsung case? Witnesses

Some of the most impressive were those of the expert witnesses, who were asked to disclose how much they were being paid for their work.


Related Topix: Science

Mon Apr 21, 2014

The Age

Google algorithm passes 'human' test

Google researchers have developed technology that nearly perfectly deciphers the distorted combinations of numbers and letters commonly used on the internet to test whether or not someone is human.


Related Topix: Science, Computers


Microsoft gets Motorola Solutions to pay for lawsuit protection for Android use

Microsoft argues Chrome OS and Android contain its patented technology, and has struck licensing deals with Dell, HTC, Samsung and others Microsoft has extended its controversial yet successful crusade to extract licensing fees from vendors that use Google's Android and Chrome operating systems, adding Motorola Solutions to the list of vendors ... (more)


Related Topix: Tellme, Motorola, EFJohnson Technologies, Enterprise Mobile, Google, Startups, Science


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