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Posted By Carl Engelbrecht

"A computer vision system that automatically tracks body movement in infants is helping to diagnose neurodevelopmental disorders like autism, say researchers."

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Posted By Carl Engelbrecht

"Intel researchers are working on a 48-core processor for smartphones and tablets but it could be five to 10 years before it hits the market."

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"EBay’s decision to install 6 megawatts of fuel cell capacity at its Utah data centers marks a shift in thinking toward on site power generation for the modern data center and using the grid as backup power. "

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Posted By Carl Engelbrecht

"Previously named Jaguar, Titan can process 20 quadrillion calculations per second — that’s 20 pentaflops — and should help U.S. research related to critical topics like climate change, biofuels and nuclear energy. The update is a major upgrade over Jaguar, and according to CNN, Titan can deliver 10 times the performance and is five times more energy efficient than its predecessor."

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Posted By Carl Engelbrecht

"Advanced Micro Devices has announced it will sell ARM-based server processors in 2014, ending its exclusive commitment to the x86 architecture and adding a new dimension to its decades-old battle with Intel."

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Posted By Carl Engelbrecht

"Bipedal Cycling Robot Can Balance, Steer and Correct Itself"

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Posted By Carl Engelbrecht

"Four years after discovering that militants were tapping into drone video feeds, the U.S. military still hasn’t secured the transmissions of more than half of its fleet of Predator and Reaper drones, Danger Room has learned. The majority of the aircraft still broadcast their classified video streams 'in the clear' — without encryption. With a minimal amount of equipment and know-how, militants can see what America’s drones see."

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Posted By Carl Engelbrecht

"The U.S. government is surreptitiously collecting the DNA of world leaders, and is reportedly protecting that of Barack Obama. Decoded, these genetic blueprints could provide compromising information. In the not-too-distant future, they may provide something more as well—the basis for the creation of personalized bioweapons that could take down a president and leave no trace."

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Posted By Carl Engelbrecht

"After a disaster, letting your family and friends know that you are safe and well can bring your loved ones great peace of mind. This website is designed to help make that communication easier."

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Posted By Carl Engelbrecht

"Windows Home Server was never a particularly popular product, but it did bring some interesting features to the table for the few who used it and became fans. One of these features was called Drive Extender. Its claim to fame was allowing users to pool their system's hard drives so they were seen by the operating system as one large hard drive. This obviated the need to keep track of free space across several disks, and it also allowed users to automatically mirror their data to multiple disks at once, keeping their files safe in the event of drive failure."

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Posted By Carl Engelbrecht

"The gestures, keyboard shortcuts, and tips you need to get your bearings in Windows 8 and Windows RT"

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Posted By Carl Engelbrecht

"Security cameras that watch you, and predict what you'll do next, sound like science fiction. But a team from Carnegie Mellon University says their computerized surveillance software will be capable of 'eventually predicting' what you're going to do."

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Posted By Carl Engelbrecht

"According to the Symantec Internet Security Threat Report (ISTR), 400 million new variants of malware were created in 2011, which is an average of 33 million new variants of malware a month, or an average of one million new variants a day."

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Posted By Carl Engelbrecht

"Windows 8's most obvious—and most divisive—new feature is its user interface. However, it would be a mistake to think that the user interface is the only thing that's new in Windows 8: there's a lot that's changed behind the scenes, too."

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