News Brain Training May Help Clear Cognitive Fog Caused by Chemotherapy
The mental fuzziness induced by cancer treatment could be eased by cognitive exercises performed online, say researchers.
News After ravages of flesh-eating bacteria, Aimee Copeland uses new bionic hands
http://edition.cnn.com, By Michael Martinez
Flesh-eating bacteria amputee Aimee Copeland now uses the latest technology in prosthetic hands to chop vegetables, pick up tiny items like Skittles, and comb and iron press her hair.
News Black box software: a problem for science that extends to big data
Blind trust in black box, or click-and-run, software is a growing problem in science, and the concern extends to big data and high performance computing.
News What happens when you combine 3D printing and augmented reality? Magic
http://venturebeat.com, Ricardo Bilton
Augmented reality and 3D printing, while very different technologies, circle around the same general concept: bridging the gap between the physical world and the digital world. 3D printing makes the digital physical, and augmented reality enhances th
News Dont Code Drunk: Buzzworthy App for Programmers
Programming is no easy task. When a single misplaced comma can break your whole program, it's enough to drive just about anyone to drink. Now, to prevent drunken coding or encourage it there's GitDown.
News The Man Behind the Google Brain: Andrew Ng and the Quest for the New AI
http://www.wired.com, By Daniela Hernandez
Theres a theory that human intelligence stems from a single algorithm.
News Startup Offers to Lay Off Entire Staff in Name of Software Revolution
Klint Finley via WIRED.com
It was a Monday afternoon, a couple weeks ago, and Owen a product manager and design lead with Denver-based software company Convercent had been called into a company-wide meeting with co-founder and CEO Patrick Quinlan.
News Fast digital forensics sniff out accomplices
Software that rapidly analyses digital devices and builds a list of a suspect's known associates could be a powerful tool for solving crimes
News Game Site Secretly Put Bitcoin Software on Players' PCs
Bitcoin, a digital currency whose worth has been in flux of late, is still valuable enough for enterprising users to want a lot of it.
News Firefox maker says British surveillance company has hijacked its brand to help spy on targets
The maker of one of the Internet's most popular browsers is taking on one of the world's best known purveyors of surveillance software.
News This Peter Thiel Company Is Ripping The Army Intelligence Community Apart
Palantir is a company founded by Peter Thiel of Paypal and Facebook renown that has software which absolutely changes the game with intelligence.
News Palantir, the War on Terror's Secret Weapon
In October, a foreign national named Mike Fikri purchased a one-way plane ticket from Cairo to Miami, where he rented a condo.
News Palantir Technologies
Palantir Technologies, Inc., headquartered in Palo Alto, California, with offices in McLean, Virginia, New York City, London, Singapore, Abu Dhabi, Wellington, New Zealand, and Canberra, Australia is a software company that produces the Palantir Goth
News iOS 7 design may disappoint some current users
We now know exactly when Apple will be showcasing its latest mobile operating system to the world, but that doesnt stop the constant rumours and speculation about the software.
News Updating Nest: Smarter, Sexier, and Savvier than Ever
Nest, the only company that has ever gotten journalists to use the words sexy and thermostat in the same sentence (see A Smart, SexyThermostat?!), today announces a sexy thermostat software update for its sexy thermostat hardware.
News Happiness tracking software could gauge mood in photos
SMILE you're on camera! If you want a quick way to pick out the happiest snaps from a wedding or judge the changing mood of a crowd, now there's software that can do it for you.
News Classic Spaceships Come Back Down to Earth in Sci-Fi Air Show
ILM Visual Effects Supervisor Bill George started his career as a model maker for films such as Return of the Jedi and Blade Runner. As the vfx business has turned digital, Bill has kept his model-making dreams alive through the Sci-Fi Airshow.
News A Smarter Algorithm Could Cut Energy Use in Data Centers by 35 Percent
David Talbot via TechnologyReview.com
Storing video and other files more intelligently reduces the demand on servers in a data center.
News Doodle3D creates 3D-printed objects from your drawings
http://www.gizmag.com, By Jonathan Fincher
3D printers have been a hit with consumers for several years now, but designing anything for them still requires some basic knowledge of 3D modeling software.
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-- This Company Dares You To Crack Its Encryption Software -- Firefox maker says British surveillance company has hijacked its brand to help spy on targets
-- Game Site Secretly Put Bitcoin Software on Players' PCs -- Fast digital forensics sniff out accomplices -- Startup Offers to Lay Off Entire Staff in Name of Software Revolution
-- The Man Behind the Google Brain: Andrew Ng and the Quest for the New AI -- AT&T Lumia 900 finally gets Windows Phone 7.8 update
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