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With 40 million devices already connected, telecoms regulator Ofcom has published plans to put the UK at the forefront of technological evolution [...]
Wed, Jan 28, 2015
Source: Computer Weekly News
Sky News is planning to reorganise its digital and television news operations to address the changing digital world [...]
Wed, Jan 28, 2015
Source: Computer Weekly News
2015 will be the year of Apple Pay, according to the firm's CEO. But will it encourage other tech firms with eyes on the financial services sector? [...]
Wed, Jan 28, 2015
Source: Computer Weekly News
The Wellcome Trust Centre has deployed a high-performance computing cluster based on Fujitsu servers [...]
Wed, Jan 28, 2015
Source: Computer Weekly News
An experimental browser shows how peer-to-peer technology can serve up entire websites, not just individual files.An experimental new Web browser makes it possible for sites to be hosted not on a company’s servers but, instead, by a shifting crowd of individuals on their personal computers. That turns the usual approach to serving up websites on its head and could provide a more effective and reliable way to disseminate bulky media files or distribute vital information in the event of natural disaster. [...]
Wed, Jan 28, 2015
Source: MIT Tech Review - Web
Software known as a Databox could one day both safeguard your personal data and sell it, say computer scientists.  [...]
Mon, Jan 26, 2015
Source: MIT Tech Review - Web
Computer scientists are already devising strategies for neutralizing the next generation of malicious botnets .  [...]
Wed, Jan 21, 2015
Source: MIT Tech Review - Web
The rapidly evolving ecosystems associated with personal data is creating an entirely new field of scientific study, say computer scientists. And this requires a much more powerful ethics-based infrastructure.Back in 2013, the UK supermarket giant, Tesco, announced that it was installing face recognition software in 450 of its stores that would identify customers as male or female, guess their age and measure how long they looked at an ad displayed on a screen below the camera. Tesco would then give the data to advertisers to show them how well their advertising worked and allow them to target their ads more [...]
Mon, Jan 05, 2015
Source: MIT Tech Review - Web