Thursday, 6 May 2010

UK Election Technology 'Pollsters, bookies, and boffins'

Who is best placed to predict the outcome of the general election: the pollsters, the bookies or the boffins - by which I mean a new breed of computer scientists who have tried to analyse sentiment in online discussions and draw conclusions from it?

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'UK election: the parties tech policies examined'

What are the big parties' plans for technology once they're elected?

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Wednesday, 5 May 2010

'Smart dust aims to monitor everything'

The latest news comes from the computer and printing company Hewlett-Packard, which recently announced it's working on a project it calls the "Central Nervous System for the Earth." In coming years, the company plans to deploy a trillion sensors all over the planet...

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Tuesday, 4 May 2010

'Can anyone compete with Apple's iPad?'

The iPad currently has no real competitors, and the touch-screen computer is so far ahead of the market that it has some gadget makers running back to the drawing boards, according to technology industry analysts...

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'Apple iPad Reaches ‘1 Million Sold’ Twice as Fast as iPhone'

Apple announced on Monday that it has sold more than a million iPad devices over the internet and in its retail outlets, following the Friday release of the 3G version of the device, which can connect to the internet via cellular data networks in addition to Wi-Fi.

Naysayers who jokingly derided the device as a large iPhone with no phone function have been proven wrong about people not wanting exactly that — a testament to the powerful allure of these devices, which sit in a new category of computing somewhere between the smartphone and the netbook....

Saturday, 1 May 2010

Samsung warns of possible health issues relating to their 3DTVs

If you experience any of the following symptoms, immediately stop watching 3D pictures and consult a medical specialist: (1) altered vision; (2) lightheadedness; (3) dizziness; (4) involuntary movements such as eye or muscle twitching; (5) confusion; (6) nausea; (7) loss of awareness; (8) convulsions; (9) cramps; and/or (10) disorientation. Parents should monitor and ask their children about the above symptoms as children and teenagers may be more likely to experience these symptoms than adults....

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