Tech workers continue to find themselves having to reinvent their skill sets to meet the changing needs of technology.
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Within select academic communities, programming languages have been developed that make multicore programming far less daunting.
I once argued, in an article published in South Africa back in 2005 and entitled, "ISU: Space Education For The Next Generation", that with the contin...
By: Jillian Scharr, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Published: 04/16/2013 06:08 PM EDT on TechNewsDaily
Applying a maxim from computer science to biolo...
By George Skidmore, Ph.D.
George Skidmore, Ph.D. is a Physicist working in micro machines and nanotechnology. He is Principal Scientist at DRS Techno...
Many lament our consumer culture and the ruthlessness and selfishness of today's people. The phenomenon of blind consumption is undeniable, and its da...
Why am I so optimistic? Because of the wide assortment of technologies that are advancing at exponential rates and converging. They are enabling small teams to do what was once only possible for governments and large corporations.
A new sector and catchphrase has emerged that indicates a major new spur in our country's growth: Big Data.
By John Matson, Scientific American
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There may be a bit more room at the bottom, after all.
In 1959 physi...
This year will bring us another batch of rebranded, repackaged technology sold as revolutionary. Which is ok because none of us are ready for true innovation.
It was refreshing and invigorating for me to experience unbounded optimism at the Singularity Summit gathering in San Francisco this past weekend.
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Gilder's law effectively states that the capacity of a pipe to carry data increases by some 300% every year. So why is data still so expensive?
Our new application Twalkin allows you to instantly make live, vocal connections with a friend, a group of followers or wide broadcast to whomever wants to listen.
How can we retain, even enhance, creativity in the digital age, taking advantage of near-zero costs of redistribution? Two recent books consider the question.
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