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bending the browser to enhance collaborative research through masses of data

Vivek Agarwal of Surfmark last night at the Emerging Technology SIG of SVForum looked at the challenges in research and collaboration and the gaps in...

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bending the spreadsheet metaphor to handle big data and chunks of algorithmic code

Agust Egilsson last night at the Emerging Technology SIG of SVForum gave us a sweeping review of systems that empower non-developers to create complex models and big data applications. He then...

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gesture recognition through walls

Still in the lab, but computer scientists at the University of Washington have developed a way to use a modified Wi-Fi router to...

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Your relationship with your customers may be the one competitive advantage that can’t be copied.

By Mark Helfen
Your relationship with your customers may be the one competitive advantage that can’t be copied.

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13 battery startups to watch in 2013

Great article from Gigaom on battery startups. Listed are 13 rare battery startups working on next-generation...

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Doctors 3D-Print An Emergency Airway Tube To Save A Child’s Life

"Doctors 3D-printed an emergency airway tube that saved a 20-month old baby boy’s life. After imaging the boy’s faulty windpipe, doctors at the C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital printed 100 tiny tubes...

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Build your own supercomputer out of Raspberry Pi boards

Boise State student Joshua Kiepert built a Raspberry Pi-based Beowulf Cluster for less than $...

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Drawing in 3D

The way history worked, pens and brushes were invented millennia before the printing press - artistry before printing.

Which got us into the modern age.

Now, not only can 2D be...

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Internet Trends

Mary Meeker’s Internet Trends Report

Always an interesting read…
 
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