feed aggregator

Nokia, la crescita dopo Microsoft

Punto Informatico - 1 ora 32 min fa
Quel che resta della corporation finlandese registra un trimestre superiore alle attese, con ulteriori opportunita' di business provenienti dall'aumento della platea di partner HERE. Microsoft, intanto, mpm emtusiasma nemmeno Ballmer






Germania, mai piu' senza Google News

Punto Informatico - 1 ora 35 min fa
Gli editori impegnati nel braccio di ferro con gli aggregatori sono costretti ad ammetterne il ruolo determinante: pochi giorni senza anteprime li hanno convinti alla retromarcia






Kinect vende anche su Windows

Punto Informatico - 1 ora 35 min fa
Il sensore per Xbox (One) ora si puo' usare anche su PC Windows grazie a un adattatore. Gli sviluppatori possono utilizzare il nuovo SDK per vendere app sul marketplace






Microsoft e IBM amici per la nuvola

Punto Informatico - 1 ora 36 min fa
Le due aziende accettano di collaborare per garantire la compatibilita' tra il cloud dell'una con quello dell'altra. Sara' piu' facile mescolare i prodotti dei due vendor






La prova dell’iPad Air 2. Che cosa è, oggi, un tablet?

Tutto quello che c’è da sapere sulla nuova tavaletta di Apple. Focus sulle app per la produttività...






La prova di Surface 3 Pro, il pc mobile

La casa di Redmond deve decidere se credere nel Surface. Con la terza versione punta decisa su una macchina che nella forma è un tablet ma nella sostanza è un vero pc desktop...






NY Doctor Recently Back From West Africa Tests Positive For Ebola

Slashdot - 3 ore 54 min fa
An anonymous reader writes An emergency room doctor who recently returned to the city after treating Ebola patients in West Africa has tested positive for the virus, Mayor Bill de Blasio said. It's the first case in the city and the fourth in the nation. From the article: "The doctor, identified as Craig Spencer, 33, came back from treating Ebola patients in Guinea about 10 days ago, and developed a fever, nausea, pain and fatigue Wednesday night. The physician, employed at New York's Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, has been in isolation at Bellevue Hospital in Manhattan since Thursday morning, the official said."

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Filling a Gap: Bellcomm’s 1968 Lunar Exploration Program

Wired - 4 ore 43 min fa

Bellcomm, Inc., based near NASA Headquarters in Washington, DC, was carved out of Bell Labs in 1962 to provide technical advice to NASA’s Apollo Program Director. The organization rapidly expanded its bailiwick to support nearly all NASA Office of Manned Space Flight advance planning. In a January 1968 report, Bellcomm planners N. Hinners, D. James, […]

The post Filling a Gap: Bellcomm’s 1968 Lunar Exploration Program appeared first on WIRED.








Tracking a Bitcoin Thief

Slashdot - 6 ore 22 min fa
An anonymous reader writes A small group of researchers were able to publish an investigative report on the hacking of a popular Bitcoin exchange earlier this year by the name of CryptoRush.in. Close to a million dollars stolen in crypto currency lead the group to discover evidence, track down the attacker and put together a timeline of what exactly happened. A captivating read for a community desensitized by thefts, hackings and lack of reporting. With pictures, and logs to prove it all.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








How Sony, Intel, and Unix Made Apple's Mac a PC Competitor

Slashdot - 7 ore 16 min fa
smaxp writes In 2007, Sony's supply chain lessons, the network effect from the shift to Intel architecture, and a better OS X for developers combined to renew the Mac's growth. The network effects of the Microsoft Wintel ecosystem that Rappaport explained 20 years ago in the Harvard Business Review are no longer a big advantage. By turning itself into a premium PC company with a proprietary OS, Apple has taken the best of PC ecosystem, but avoided taking on the disadvantages.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








The Fire Phone Is Officially a Failure

Wired - 7 ore 53 min fa

Amazon's Fire phone now only costs $1 if you buy it with a 2-year AT&T contract. That's a $198 discount over what it cost yesterday.

The post The Fire Phone Is Officially a Failure appeared first on WIRED.








SMART Begins Live Public Robocar Tests In Singapore

Slashdot - 8 ore 17 min fa
Hallie Siegel writes Robocar R&D is moving fast in Singapore, and this week, the National University of Singapore (NUS) announced they will be doing a live public demo of their autonomous golf carts over a course with 10 stops in the Singapore Chinese and Japanese Gardens. The public will be able to book rides online, and then summon and direct the vehicles with their phones. The vehicles will have a touch tablet where the steering wheel will go. Rides will be free, and will take place Oct. 23-25, Oct. 30-31 and Nov. 1.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Microsoft Exec Opens Up About Research Lab Closure, Layoffs

Slashdot - 8 ore 58 min fa
alphadogg writes It's been a bit over a month since Microsoft shuttered its Microsoft Research lab in Silicon Valley as part of the company's broader restructuring that will include 18,000 layoffs. This week, Harry Shum, Microsoft EVP of Technology & Research, posted what he termed an "open letter to the academic research community" on the company's research blog. In the post, Shum is suitably contrite about the painful job cut decisions that were made in closing the lab, which opened in 2001. He also stresses that Microsoft will continue to invest in and value "fundamental research".

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Tech Firm Fined For Paying Imported Workers $1.21 Per Hour

Slashdot - 9 ore 42 min fa
An anonymous reader sends in news about a company that was fined for flying in "about eight employees" from India to work 120-hour weeks for $1.21 per hour. Electronics for Imaging paid several employees from India as little as $1.21 an hour to help install computer systems at the company's Fremont headquarters, federal labor officials said Wednesday. "We are not going to tolerate this kind of behavior from employers," said Susana Blanco, district director of the U.S. Labor Department's wage and hour division in San Francisco.... An anonymous tip prompted the U.S. Department of Labor to investigate the case, which resulted in more than $40,000 in back wages paid to the eight employees and a fine of $3,500 for Electronics for Imaging.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Uber Delivers Flu Shots: How On-Demand Tech Can Actually Do Good

Wired - 10 ore 9 min fa

Flu is most dangerous to the most vulnerable---small children, the elderly, the immuno-compromised---and every responsible adult should get a flu shot to help keep the germ from spreading. Typically, this involves a trip to the doctor or a local drug store. But on Thursday, in Boston, New York, and Washington, D.C., there was another option that didn't even involve leaving the house: Uber.

The post Uber Delivers Flu Shots: How On-Demand Tech Can Actually Do Good appeared first on WIRED.








Mark Zuckerberg Speaks Mandarin At Tsinghua University In Beijing

Slashdot - 10 ore 26 min fa
HughPickens.com writes Abby Phillip reports at the Washington Post that that Mark Zuckerberg just posted a 30-minute Q&A at Tsinghua University in Beijing in which he answered every question exclusively in Chinese — a notoriously difficult language to learn and particularly, to speak. "It isn't just Zuckerberg's linguistic acrobatics that make this a notable moment," writes Philip. "This small gesture — although some would argue that it is a huge moment — is perhaps his strongest foray into the battle for hearts and minds in China." Zuckerberg and Facebook have been aggressively courting Chinese users for years and the potential financial upside for the business. Although Beijing has mostly banned Facebook, the company signed a contract for its first ever office in China earlier this year. A Westerner speaking Mandarin in China — at any level — tends to elicit joy from average Chinese, who seem to appreciate the effort and respect they feel learning Mandarin demonstrates. So how well did he actually do? One Mandarin speaker rates Zuckerberg's language skills at a seventh grader's speech: "It's hard not see a patronizing note in the Chinese audience's reaction to Zuckerberg's Mandarin. To borrow from Samuel Johnson's quip, he was like a dog walking on its hind legs: It wasn't done well, but it was a surprise to see it done at all."

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Assange: Google Is Not What It Seems

Slashdot - Gio, 23/10/2014 - 22:15
oxide7 (1013325) writes "In June 2011, Julian Assange received an unusual visitor: the chairman of Google, Eric Schmidt. They outlined radically opposing perspectives: for Assange, the liberating power of the Internet is based on its freedom and statelessness. For Schmidt, emancipation is at one with U.S. foreign policy objectives and is driven by connecting non-Western countries to Western companies and markets. These differences embodied a tug-of-war over the Internet's future that has only gathered force subsequently. Assange describes his encounter with Schmidt and how he came to conclude that it was far from an innocent exchange of views."

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Leaked Documents Reveal Behind-the-Scenes Ebola Vaccine Issues

Slashdot - Gio, 23/10/2014 - 21:33
sciencehabit writes Extensive background documents from a meeting that took place today at the World Health Organization (WHO) have provided new details about exactly what it will take to test, produce, and bankroll Ebola vaccines, which could be a potential game changer in the epidemic. ScienceInsider obtained materials that vaccinemakers, governments, and WHO provided to the 100 or so participants at a meeting on 'access and financing' of Ebola vaccines. The documents put hard numbers on what until now have been somewhat fuzzy academic discussions. And they make clear to the attendees—who include representatives from governments, industry, philanthropies, and nongovernmental organizations—that although testing and production are moving forward at record speed, knotty issues remain.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Leaked Documents Reveal Behind-the-Scenes Ebola Vaccine Issues

Slashdot - Gio, 23/10/2014 - 21:33
sciencehabit writes Extensive background documents from a meeting that took place today at the World Health Organization (WHO) have provided new details about exactly what it will take to test, produce, and bankroll Ebola vaccines, which could be a potential game changer in the epidemic. ScienceInsider obtained materials that vaccinemakers, governments, and WHO provided to the 100 or so participants at a meeting on 'access and financing' of Ebola vaccines. The documents put hard numbers on what until now have been somewhat fuzzy academic discussions. And they make clear to the attendees—who include representatives from governments, industry, philanthropies, and nongovernmental organizations—that although testing and production are moving forward at record speed, knotty issues remain.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Leaked Documents Reveal Behind-the-Scenes Ebola Vaccine Issues

Slashdot - Gio, 23/10/2014 - 21:33
sciencehabit writes Extensive background documents from a meeting that took place today at the World Health Organization (WHO) have provided new details about exactly what it will take to test, produce, and bankroll Ebola vaccines, which could be a potential game changer in the epidemic. ScienceInsider obtained materials that vaccinemakers, governments, and WHO provided to the 100 or so participants at a meeting on 'access and financing' of Ebola vaccines. The documents put hard numbers on what until now have been somewhat fuzzy academic discussions. And they make clear to the attendees—who include representatives from governments, industry, philanthropies, and nongovernmental organizations—that although testing and production are moving forward at record speed, knotty issues remain.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Condividi contenuti

intelliWARE news

Domenica 24 Giugno è nato Emanuele, figlio del nostro Socio Denis e di Cristina!

Ven, 29/06/2012 - 10:10

In collaborazione con AcquistiVerdi.it, 4 webinar su: usabilità, strumenti di visibilità social e "2.0", campagne di web marketing, Google Apps e Google Analytics.

Mar, 19/06/2012 - 16:58

Venerdì 15 giugno, intelliWARE a Roma per Popularize Artificial Intelligence (PAI) 2012.

Lun, 11/06/2012 - 13:47

contatti

intelliWARE snc
via Kennedy 15
44122 Ferrara
Italia
mappa

telefono
0532 1860611

web
www.i-ware.it

email
info@i-ware.it

lingue

partner

ferraraterraeacqua