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TheTelecomBlog.com’s Top 6 Posts for September 2013

1. Fairfax Bids $4.7 Billion for BlackBerry, Aims to Take Company Private Once Canada’s shining beacon of mobile dominance, the Research in Motion cum Blackberry we once knew and loved is no more, as this month, amidst warnings of disastrous fiscal reports and mass layoffs, the final nails of Blackberry’s coffin were secured. The world [...]

Does the amount of interns’ time spent in direct patient care matter?

Recently in NEJM Journal Watch General Medicine, Abigail Zuger reviewed an article from the Journal of General Internal Medicine in which researchers examined how medical interns spend their time. The results from this time motion study might be concerning but are not unexpected. Show More Summary

You Got Your Android In My Blackberry – How To Run Android Apps On Blackberry OS 10

Blackberry Ltd. (formerly Research In Motion) recently launched Blackberry OS 10. It is the latest and greatest iteration of the legendary smartphone platform and brings to the table features that are sure to excite consumer and enterprise customers as well as win back some of the market share it lost with the advent of the iPhone. Show More Summary

Small animals see the world in slow motion, or why your puppy is so hyperactive

New research indicates that smaller animals, such as birds, dogs, and human children, perceive the world at a higher frame rate than the rest of us. As a result, these smaller animals may live life in a permanent state of Matrix-like bullet time, where everything around them appears to be moving in slow motion. Show More Summary

Osteoarthritis and the (not so) painful step toward a cure

A novel technique for imaging muscle function while in motion has been developed. Research in this area could uncover the root of musculoskeletal disorders, such as the development of osteoarthritis following ACL surgery.

Osteoarthritis and the (not so) painful step toward a cure

On Tuesday, September 17, JoVE, the Journal of Visualized Experiments, will publish a novel technique for imaging muscle function while in motion. Research in this area could uncover the root of musculoskeletal disorders, such as the development of osteoarthritis following ACL surgery. read more

Osteoarthritis and the (Not So) Painful Step Toward a Cure

On Tuesday, September 17, JoVE, the Journal of Visualized Experiments, will publish a novel technique for imaging muscle function while in motion. Research in this area could uncover the root of musculoskeletal disorders, such as the development of osteoarthritis following ACL surgery.

Flies See The World In Matrix-Style Slow Motion

If you’ve ever sat puzzling over a fly’s ability to outmanoeuvre your swift slap of death almost every. single. time — puzzle no more. According to science, you’re just measly Agent Smith to the bug’s Neo; new research shows that a creature’s perception of time is directly related to its size, meaning flies live in a world where time passes as if in slow motion. More »      

Flies See the World in Matrix-Style Slow Motion

2 years agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

If you've ever sat puzzling over a fly's ability to outmaneuver your swift slap of death almost every. single. time—puzzle no more. According to science, you're just measly Agent Smith to the bug's Neo; new research shows that a creature's perception of time is directly related to its size, meaning flies live in a world where time passes as if in slow motion. Read more...

UNC researchers identify a new pathway that triggers septic shock

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – The body's immune system is set up much like a home security system; it has sensors on the outside of cells that act like motion detectors — floodlights — that click on when there's an intruder rustling in the bushes, bacteria that seem suspect. Show More Summary

This is the Modem World: The Brain Modem Is Here

Consider this headline: "Researcher controls colleague's motions in 1st human brain-to-brain interface." This. Happened. University of Washington nerds put an electrode-speckled cap on Rajesh Rao and attached it to a computer that was connected to the internet. Show More Summary

A Clip-On Motion Sensor That Lets You Read While Running

2 years agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Back in April we brought you a device that researchers at Purdue University had developed to make it easier to read while running on a treadmill. But the infra-red goggles and tracking cameras that translated a runner's movements to the text they were reading was clunky, and no where near as easy to use as the new Run-n-Read clip-on sensor promises to be. Read more...

This is the Modem World: The brain modem is here

Each week Joshua Fruhlinger contributes This is the Modem World, a column dedicated to exploring the culture of consumer technology. Consider this headline: "Researcher controls colleague's motions in 1st human brain-to-brain interface." This. Show More Summary

BlackBerry All But Finished Following "Dismal" Sales, "Virtually No Demand" For Keyboard-Equipped Q10

Research In Motion BlackBerry may have to rename itself again. Or Thorstein Heins will have to do a Vogue cover spread. Or the company will have to take a page from the Amazon playbook and revel in its losses (with the help of a few DE Shaw algos of course). Show More Summary

Researcher controls colleague's motions in first human brain-to-brain interface

University of Washington researchers have performed what they believe is the first noninvasive human-to-human brain interface, with one researcher able to send a brain signal via the Internet to control the hand motions of a fellow researcher. Using...Show More Summary

Researcher Controls Colleague's Motions in First Human Brain-to-Brain Interface

University of Washington researchers have performed what they believe is the first noninvasive human-to-human brain interface, with one researcher able to send a brain signal via the Internet to control the hand motions of a fellow researcher.

Evening Roundup: Oracle, Adobe Up; BlackBerry’s Patent Goldmine

Agence France-Presse/Getty Images Research in Motion CEO Thorsten Heins unveils the BlackBerry 10 in January. Among Internet and technology stocks on the move Monday: Shares of Microsoft (MSFT) fell 1.7%, or 60 cents, to $34.15 as the market processed the imminent departure of CEO Steve Ballmer. Nomura’s Rick Sherlund, who has a $38 price target on [...]

Grim future ahead for fans of “worthless” BlackBerry

Earlier this month BlackBerry (formerly known as Research in Motion) took the biggest step yet toward its demise, formally putting itself up for sale. Pundits immediately began asking who would want to buy the company, which has seen its share of the U.S. Show More Summary

BlackBerry Up For Sale? Most Likely!

WASHINGTON — Canada’s technological pride and joy, BlackBerry (formerly known as Research in Motion or RIM), is thinking of putting itself on the open market. Reuters reports that BlackBerry could do this sooner rather than later, considering how much trouble the company is facing. The smartphone market is now flooded and inundated with multiple devices [...]

BlackBerry Q5

2 years agoTechnology : The Kernel

When the newly-formed BlackBerry, risen from the ashes of Research In Motion, released the  Q10 last year,  hardcore BlackBerry fanboys rejoiced. The Q10 was a solid phone, designed to replace the ageing Bold and let people continue to clatter away incessantly at their physical keyboards at all hours of the day and night. That phone

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