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Manjaro Linux Needs Your Help
(Tuesday, July 28, 2015 4:00:08 PM IST)
The Manjaro development team, through Philip Müller, has posted an interesting article on the project's website informing the entire Linux community that they need your help to contribute to the Arch Linux-based distribution.
3D scanning technology at UW is helping
(Tuesday, July 28, 2015 10:00:24 PM IST)
Technology originally designed to study homes and heath with UW-Madison's School of Nursing is now being used at crime scenes. Researchers at the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery are hoping 3D scanning will make some of the most complicated crime investigations more efficient.
Improved technology provides improved security
(Tuesday, July 28, 2015 9:28:51 PM IST)
Video technology continues to improve, and companies are increasingly using it for? home security.
Steven Schwartz, with South Flori?da-based Global Security Products, said his new security system called Paradyme offers the best of home security and video technology. Motion detectors in a Paradyme system are connected to cameras.
"If somebody does come in the house, it immediately sends a 10-second video clip to our central station," Schwartz said.
Clarksville Police using new technology
(Tuesday, July 28, 2015 8:00:44 PM IST)
In nearly 10 years on the Clarksville Police Department, Cpl. Jason Tackett has had several close calls.
"I was involved in that, I fired one shot, I hit him," explained Cpl. Tackett.
That was in 2009, but Cpl. Tackett has also had deadly force used against him.
"I would have never assumed that he would have charged towards me and he hit me head on," he said.
Baby Boomers Technology Use
(Tuesday, July 28, 2015 7:00:16 PM IST)
Have you ever been at work and gotten the dreaded phone call from your mother? The one that starts with: “Are you at your computer?” Of course you’re not. You’re in the middle of your cardio routine during your lunch break – which she knew because she knows your routine like the back of her hand.
New technology helps crack
(Tuesday, July 28, 2015 6:30:50 PM IST)
(WTNH)–There are more than 1,000 cold cases currently open in Connecticut, and investigators are constantly working to solve them.
Darlene Hamlin is still waiting for her son’s murder to be solved nine years after his battered naked body was discovered in a field in Ledyard.
“I know cold cases can go on and on and on but I gotta know before I die,” she said.
Anthony Hamlin was last seen at the New London Union Station and nearby Subway restaurant January 27th of 2006.
Samsung Pay’s Older Technology
(Tuesday, July 28, 2015 5:30:24 PM IST)
The stakes are high in the mobile wallet market, projected to be over $140 billion by 2019. Most recently, Samsung has announced that it will roll out a payment system called Samsung Pay later this year and has already begun beta-testing it in Korea. Its foray into this industry comes on the heels of product entries by Google and Apple. But Samsung’s new mobile wallet strategy may be a sign that they are finally becoming a true leader and shedding their image as a fast follower. The irony is that they are embracing an older payment technology to pave the way for new growth, new visibility, and new strategic wiggle room.
The Security Flaw Google
(Tuesday, July 28, 2015 5:00:57 PM IST)
Millions of phones running Google’s Android operating system can be hijacked by a malicious text message, we learned today. It’s a reminder of something that became clear a long time ago: Google made a mistake when it created Android that endangers the security of people who entrust their personal lives to devices running it.
Wearable technology in the classroom:
(Tuesday, July 28, 2015 4:25:31 PM IST)
The terracotta brickwork of the Great Wall of China transfixes a group of students, who reach out to touch the stone in front of them. But these children are not in east Asia. Instead, they’ve been magically transported to the historic monument by a virtual reality (VR) headset.
Goldman-Backed Instant Messaging Compan
(Monday, July 27, 2015 9:51:19 PM IST)
Symphony Communication Services LLC, the instant-messaging software company backed by many of Wall Street’s biggest firms, is seeking another investment round that may value the startup at as much as $1 billion, according to people familiar with the matter.
Immense possibilities in open hardware
(Monday, July 27, 2015 8:00:55 PM IST)
The Sri Chithira Thirunal Centre for Computing at the College of Engineering Trivandrum (CET) was buzzing with activity with 60 students typing away furiously on their keyboards and engaged in serious discussions on Saturday.
SPACE: NOT JUST FOR ROCKET SCIENTISTS
(Monday, July 27, 2015 6:01:48 PM IST)
For a long time now, space exploration has been the preserve of a tiny group of highly specialized and highly trained people, funded almost exclusively by public sector organizations. This is in large part due to the fact that space exploration has been prohibitively expensive, but it is also, according to innovators like Burt Rutan and Elon Musk, because politics and bureaucracy have stifled the innovations that would see costs come down.
Commercial open source geospatial software
(Monday, July 27, 2015 7:00:26 PM IST)
Boundless develops and supports powerful software for enterprise Spatial IT applications.
Boundless’ global customer base uses the OpenGeo Suite, a complete open source geospatial web services stack, to deploy solutions for web mapping, transportation, telecommunications, open government, and a diverse range of other solutions. The OpenGeo Suite provides a continually updated geo web services platform along with maintenance agreements that include support and training to support the growing functionality of continually enhanced open source geospatial software.
An open-source genetic algorithm
(Monday, July 27, 2015 5:00:08 PM IST)
METHODS - The optimizer was a simple genetic algorithm (SGA) that, given a set of prostate and urethra contours, determines the optimal seed distribution in terms of coverage of the prostate with the prescribed dose while avoiding hotspots within the urethra. The algorithm was validated in a retrospective study on 45 previously contoured low-dose-rate prostate brachytherapy patients. Dosimetric indices were evaluated to ensure solutions adhered to clinical standards. The SGA performance was further benchmarked by comparing solutions obtained from a commercial optimizer (inverse planning simulated annealing [IPSA]) with the same cohort of 45 patients.
Claws Mail 3.12 Open-Source Email
(Monday, July 27, 2015 4:35:24 PM IST)
The developers of the lightweight and user-friendly Claws Mail GTK-based email client used in many GNU/Linux distributions have announced the release of the major 3.12.0 version.
49ers turn to virtual reality
(Monday, July 27, 2015 3:00:57 PM IST)
You know your product is effective when a 12-year veteran quarterback like Tony Romo, for whom breaking a huddle is as routine as brushing his teeth, forgets he's in a room wearing goggles and headphones and instead believes he's on the practice field about to run a play.
Read more here: http://www.kentucky.com/2015/07/25/3959414/49ers-turn-to-virtual-reality.html#storylink=cpy
Latest technology helps crews battle
(Monday, July 27, 2015 2:00:23 PM IST)
Better technology is helping firefighters battling the Reynolds Creek fire in Glacier National Park get the job done.
Type 1 Management Team Specialist, Mark Slaten says wireless technology gives fire crews access to real time information and that computerized data makes plotting hot spots on site maps much easier.
Technology Can Help Clear
(Monday, July 27, 2015 1:30:40 PM IST)
“Modern India has several environmental laws, but many of these are infirm with non-transparent processes,” he said, addressing the Lawyers’ Meet here through teleconference. “Apart from the online process, we also have an in-house technology which enables us to check and know current air quality. We hope the judiciary too takes steps to expedite in clearing cases,” he added.
Fossils Of Technology:
(Monday, July 27, 2015 1:00:58 PM IST)
Computers are part of the everyday sounds of our times — for a while. But as each new digital device slips into inevitable obsolescence, so do their signature sounds. Composer Matt Parker thought that meant losing touch with some of our history — so, he's has created an archive of 126 sound recordings from the historic computers of Bletchley Park, the site where British mathematicians, scientists and spies broke German's military codes during World War II. And he's worked those sounds into a new series of musical compositions on an album called The Imitation Archive.
New technology gives teams
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(Sunday, July 26, 2015 3:00:25 PM IST)
he NFL is all in. Digital playbooks. GPS technology. Even virtual reality training.
The league that took more than a decade to fully accept instant replay is embracing and promoting new technology.
Many trainers and conditioning coaches have, too.