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Another chance to catch the most interesting, and important, articles from the previous week on MIT Technology Review. [...]
Fri, Apr 18, 2014
Source: MIT Tech Review - Web
A roundup of the most interesting stories from other sites, collected by the staff at MIT Technology Review.In Space, Pee Is for Power Could urine be turned into electricity on space stations? —Colby Wheeler, manager of information technology [...]
Thu, Apr 17, 2014
Source: MIT Tech Review - Web
Dropbox’s new photo app, Carousel, is smartly designed, but that won’t ensure success.Like anyone else who’s owned several phones, computers, and cameras over the past 10 years, I’ve got photos all over the place. They’re stored on my iPhone, my personal laptop, my new work laptop, my old work laptop, stashed with services like Flickr and Facebook, and forgotten on dusty memory cards on the edges of my desk. I always intend to organize them someday, but that day never quite comes. [...]
Thu, Apr 17, 2014
Source: MIT Tech Review - Web
Email is no longer an effective means of collaboration and some companies have even banned it - but what is the alternative? [...]
Thu, Apr 17, 2014
Source: Computer Weekly News
IBM reports 21% drop in first quarter revenue as it continues to "take actions to transform parts of the business" [...]
Thu, Apr 17, 2014
Source: Computer Weekly News
The Heartbleed bug, an OpenSSL flaw affecting millions of websites, has some lessons for datacentre providers and operators [...]
Thu, Apr 17, 2014
Source: Computer Weekly News
DDoS toolkits boosted amplification attacks in the first quarter of the year, according to Prolexic report [...]
Thu, Apr 17, 2014
Source: Computer Weekly News
Codes we live by, laws we follow, and computers that move too fast to care.Employers can get into legal trouble if they ask interviewees about their religion, sexual preference, or political affiliation. Yet they can use social media to filter out job applicants based on their beliefs, looks, and habits. Laws forbid lenders from discriminating on the basis of race, gender, and sexuality. Yet they can refuse to give a loan to people whose Facebook friends have bad payment histories, if their work histories on LinkedIn don’t match their bios on Facebook, or if a computer algorithm judges them to [...]
Tue, Apr 15, 2014
Source: MIT Tech Review - Web

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