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Saturday, April 5, 2014
Good news for people who are sticklers for punctuality: The National Institute of Standards and Technology has a new atomic clock that isn't supposed to gain or lose a second in roughly 300 million years.
2014/4/5
A new mobile messaging application called FireChat is empowering nearby smartphone users to stay in touch even when there's no cellular service or Internet connection.
2014/4/5
U.S. news media revenues have tumbled by roughly a third since 2006 amid a shift to digital media, researchers said Thursday.
2014/4/5
Friday, April 4, 2014
The European Parliament adopted a “net neutrality” bill on Thursday, barring Internet service providers from giving preference to some kinds of traffic on their networks — such as streaming video — when it profits them.
2014/4/4
After insisting that space relations wouldn't be altered by earthly politics, NASA on Wednesday said it was severing ties with Russia except for the International Space Station.
2014/4/4
His eyes hidden by sunglasses, the soft-spoken African gestured at the model camel on his table, its hump hidden by a mysterious contraption topped with a windmill.
2014/4/4
Microsoft lifts the lid on Siri-like Windows Phone virtual assistant
Microsoft unveiled a new virtual assistant for Windows Phone devices Wednesday as it seeks to gain traction in a highly competitive and lucrative market for smartphones.
2014/4/4
Italy's top art detectives, global experts in finding stolen works, launched a smartphone app Wednesday to get people to collaborate on cracking crimes.
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Wednesday, April 2, 2014
In a sign of the growing importance of the Internet “cloud,” software group Cloudera said Monday it raised a whopping US$900 million to expand its big data corporate services.
2014/4/2
Ever wondered if you look happily disgusted? Or sadly angry? There may one day be an app for that. U.S. researchers have uncovered a way for computers to recognize 21 distinct and often complex facial expressions, in what is being hailed as a breakthrough in the field of cognitive analysis.
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