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Google misses analysts' $17.5bn target but reports 3.7% profit increase through growth in mobile ad sales [...]
Fri, Apr 24, 2015
Source: Computer Weekly News
Payment Council figures on the number of consumers that switched accounts could indicate the beginning of a new era in UK retail banking [...]
Fri, Apr 24, 2015
Source: Computer Weekly News
Microsoft's annual profits dropped again after it spent $190m on business restructuring and integrating Nokia Devices and Services business [...]
Fri, Apr 24, 2015
Source: Computer Weekly News
With datacentre operators under increased competitive pressure to cut their PUE scores, are their ratings really all they seem? [...]
Fri, Apr 24, 2015
Source: Computer Weekly News
The secretary for homeland security and the president’s cybersecurity advisor echo the NSA and FBI’s concerns about encryption.The White House and U.S. Department of Homeland Security officials support arguments by the nation’s law enforcement and intelligence leaders that encryption technology should be restricted or modified to make it easier for the government to access private data. [...]
Wed, Apr 22, 2015
Source: MIT Tech Review - Web
The counterintuitive distribution of digits in certain data sets turns out to be a powerful tool for detecting strange behavior on social networks.Back in the 1880s, the American astronomer Simon Newcomb noticed something strange about the book of logarithmic tables in his library—the earlier pages were much more heavily thumbed than later ones implying that people looked up logarithms beginning with “1” much more often than “9.” [...]
Tue, Apr 21, 2015
Source: MIT Tech Review - Web
Antisocial behavior online can make people’s lives miserable. So an algorithm that can spot trolls more quickly should be a boon, say the computer scientists who developed it. [...]
Fri, Apr 10, 2015
Source: MIT Tech Review - Web
Young social networks grow in an entirely different way to mature networks, say computer scientists who have analyzed the way Facebook grew in the heady days after it launched in 2004.On February 4, 2004, an entirely new website opened its doors aimed at students at Harvard University. Thefacebook.com was an online social network designed to compete with the growing numbers of others that had recently emerged, such as Friendster.com, MySpace.com, LinkedIn.com and so on. [...]
Mon, Apr 06, 2015
Source: MIT Tech Review - Web