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First structural insights into how plant immune receptors interact

The first structural definition of how plant immune receptors interact has broad implications for understanding their function. "Before, we knew that proteins called RRS1 and RPS4 are required to recognize specific molecules from pathogenic bacteria, and then use this recognition as a cue to activate defense. Show More Summary

Interactive 3D Projection is Foggy At Best

Have a projector and a smoke machine handy? You might want to give this fog projection thing a shot! It’s called the MisTable and it’s a three-dimensional playground for interactive manipulation of images. It’s a project by Bristol Interaction and Graphics group of the University of Bristol, and it’s an interesting twist on 3D projection. Show More Summary

Digital Mirror Reveals Organs Under Your Skin

The New Scientist published a very interesting report about a new idea and technology that will be showcased at the upcoming Human-Computer Interaction conference in Toronto, Canada. At the Museum of Arts and Crafts in Paris, a couple wandered in front of a set of dark screens. Staring back at them was an image of […]

Yannick Abrath Visits India for GQ Australia

The Boy in Blue–Photographer Robert Wyatt delivers a visual treat for the May issue of GQ Australia. Traveling to Jaipur, India, Wyatt connects with fashion editor Wayne Gross and model Yannick Abrath. Interacting with the area’s sites...Show More Summary

First structural insights into how plant immune receptors interact

Researchers at The Sainsbury Laboratory (TSL), Norwich, collaborating with structural biologist Bostjan Kobe in Brisbane, have made a major advance in understanding plant disease resistance. "Before, we knew that proteins called RRS1...Show More Summary

Why Zuckerberg Wants To Dismantle Facebook And What Angie's List Can Learn From Him

Mark Zuckerberg is trying to destroy Facebook (FB), well sort of. He isn’t trying to kill the $150 billion company he built, but he is aiming to dismantle Facebook as the walled in garden where all social interactions on the Internet occur. Show More Summary

Interactive Brokers Group Hits a Home Run

Interactive Brokers Group just redefined what it means to have a great quarter.

Your Touchscreen Usage Is So Unique It Can Be Used as a Password

4 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

It turns out that your seemingly random taps, swipes, and other finger gestures on a touchscreen display might not be so random after all. In fact, the way you interact with a touchscreen is so unique that researchers at Georgia Tech have successfully created software that can lock down your tablet if someone else pokes and prods it. Read more...

Little Orbit and Disney team up to bring Planes: Fire & Rescue and Violetta to 3DS/Wii/DS

SANTA ANA, CA. – April 17th 2014 – Little Orbit announced today it is working with Disney Interactive to bring Planes: Fire & Rescue, based on Disney’s highly anticipated feature film of the same name, to North America, Europe and Australasia on Nintendo Wii™, Nintendo 3DS™ and DS™ this autumn. Show More Summary

Improving Customer Interaction with Machine Learning

Rick Delgado of Tech Cocktail reports, “The one thing most businesses strive for is to make sure their customers are happy.In the past, the approach to this was fairly simple, engaging the customer through cheerful face-to-face interaction and seeing to all their needs personally. Show More Summary

Facebook To Notify Users When Friends are Nearby

Facebook users will soon be able to receive notices on their mobile app when they’re near friends, signaling an effort by the online social network to play a bigger role in real-world interactions.

One in 10 Children Attend Schools Near Chemical Plants

Nearly 4.6 million children in 10,000 schools are located within a mile of a chemical facility, according to a group that is pushing new regulations. The Center for Effective Government released a report and an interactive map that shows one in 10 students attend such a school, The Hill reports. The report was released one […]

You're Apparently Not Allowed to Sue General Mills

If you've "liked" a company on Facebook, downloaded its coupons, or really in any way interacted with it online, you might have inadvertently given up your right to sue it. The New York Times spotted new language in the privacy policy on General Mills' website indicating that customers who did...

Spurs' Gregg Popovich Speaks 46 Words at Final Regular-Season Press Conference

San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich is a man of few words when it comes to interactions with the media—so much so that when he does "open up," it earns cheers. The Spurs locked up the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference prior...Show More Summary

e.p.t. Has Fun With Saturday Night Live's CNN Pregnancy Test

Having some fun with Saturday Night Live's CNN Pregnancy Test bit, home pregnancy test brand e.p.t. is exploring the creation of a series of limited-edition pregnancy test sticks that interact with women just like their favorite news...Show More Summary

James Murdoch Joins Board of Interactive Ad Firm

Former AOL and News Corp. digital unit head Jonathan Miller is also named a director at true[x] media. read more

Our favorite typefaces from March 2014

Sean Mitchell is an interactive designer based in Vancouver, British Columbia, and the editor of TypeRelease. Another month means another set of beautiful typefaces for you to check out. Here were our favorites from March. Sudtipos: Courtesy Script Pro Courtesy Script Pro captures the elegance and propriety of finely practiced Spencerian penmanship. Show More Summary

Flickr Chasing Instagram with New Android, iOS Apps

Flickr today introduced completely new versions of its mobile app for Android and iOS devices. The revised photo app places a higher priority on capturing, sharing, and interacting with photos. The photo stream has been redesigned and is easier to navigate. Show More Summary

Spurs Coach Gregg Popovich Gives Classic 46-Word Press Conference After Final Regular Season Game

Spurs coach Gregg Popovich is known for his awkward, often hilarious interactions with the media. He scowls and gives one-word answers during those mid-game Q&A's with ESPN sideline reporters. And he generally makes press conferences about the media itself instead of the game at hand. Show More Summary

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