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The Future of Wearable Tech

We are now entering into an exciting new age of wearable tech, one of the most important eras in the history of computing. Wearable technology is adding new layers to our personal relationships by extending the reach and power of how we communicate and share details about ourselves

Will Oracle v. Google Mean The Death of the API economy?

Between the advents of mobile computing and the Internet of Things (IoT), the API is rapidly becoming the most important leverage point in the history of computing. Few, if any, profoundly scalable innovations are able to fully deliver on their potential without the employment of APIs. Show More Summary

The record-breaking group meditation you won’t want to miss

Become a part of meditation history by booting up your computer, finding a quiet space, and connecting to wifi on July 11 at noon EST.

HTC One M9 vs Asus ZenFone 2 – Metal or Brushed Metal?

Last year, Taiwan’s computer hardware and electronics company Asus released three Zenfone models, but none of them broke the barriers to make history and that’s because they didn’t have an exceptional design and their specs weren’t too advanced either. Show More Summary

Skill Builder: Learn the Anatomy of CNC Routers

Anatomy of a CNC router For all the attention that 3D printers get in the Maker community, subtractive manufacturing — in this case using a computer numerical control (CNC) router — has a long history of making useful items. Like a 3D...Show More Summary

Weak computer security and other takeaways from hearing on the federal employee data hack

The federal personnel agency’s watchdog said Tuesday that officials there have a history of failing to take basic steps to protect the security of their computer networks. Michael Esser, the Office of Personnel Management’s assistant inspector general for audit, testified at a House hearing on the vast hack of federal employee data that for years, many of those […]

History's Most Creative Paintings, Determined By Algorithm

What's freaky is, the computer sort of gets things right. A pair of computer scientists at Rutgers University has developed an algorithm that they claim is capable of discerning true artistic creativity from the stuff that just happens to be in a museum. Good news! It's totally fine for you to love Munch's Scream. Read Full Story

Can an Algorithm Determine Art History’s Most Creative Paintings?

2 weeks agoArts : Hyperallergic

At the end of the month Ahmed Elgammal and Babak Saleh, an associate professor and PhD candidate, respectively, in the Department of Computer Science at Rutgers University, will present their paper "Quantifying Creativity in Art Networks" at the International Conference on Computational Creativity.

German Parliament Struggles to Purge Hackers From Computer Network

The Bundestag is scrambling to overcome the most intense hacking attack in its history, injecting new urgency into a debate over cybersecurity touched off years ago by revelations of U.S. surveillance here.

How to build a comet

Computer simulation sheds light on mysterious time in the Solar System's history.

Computer algorithm picks the world's most creative art

Who would you trust to determine history's most creative at? A room full of seasoned critics? Rutgers University researchers think a machine can do the job. They've developed a computer vision algorithm that ranks the creativity of art...Show More Summary

The Typographer Whose Elegant Work Shaped Your Emoji

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

When we think of the people who shaped early computing history, we think of inventors, engineers, CEOs. You might not think of Hermann Zapf, the German type designer who died this week at 96. But we should. Read more...

How People Skills Are Crucial For The Digital Age With Jim Christian, Head of SEO at GoDaddy #SEJSummit by @wonderwall7

It’s so cool that our next SEJ Summit will be held in the tech center of the San Francisco Bay Area in Mountain View, California, at the Computer History Museum. It really is the perfect venue for a gathering of digital marketers! Although...Show More Summary

Here is The Agenda For #SEJSummit Silicon Valley! by @AkiLiboon

SEJ Summit Silicon Valley will be held at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California on Wednesday, July 22, 2015. Check our event agenda! The post Here is The Agenda For #SEJSummit Silicon Valley! by @AkiLiboon appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

A Look at Some of the Worst Computer Viruses in History

When you get a virus on your computer, the results can be devastating to you, personally. Some viruses, however, take the destruction and devastation far beyond a few people. Some computer viruses have caused million in damages the world over. Show More Summary

Spreadsheets v. Databases

by Angela Guess InfoWorld contributor Howie Liu recently wrote, “For a long stretch of early personal computing history, three software products dominated the software market: WordPerfect for word processing, Lotus 1–2–3 for spreadsheets, and dBase for databases. Show More Summary

Semantic Search, NoSQL, and Agriculture

by Angela Guess John Leonard recently wrote for Computing.co.uk, “The history of agricultural not-for-profit organisation CAB International (CABI) goes back to 1910 - a time when Britain's enthusiasm for record keeping and categorisation was perhaps at its zenith. Show More Summary

Woman drops off $200,000 Apple 1 computer at Silicon Valley recycling center

4 weeks agoHealth : Booster Shots

A Northern California woman threw out a piece of Apple history when she gave away a roughly $200,000 vintage Apple 1 computer to a recycling facility.

Mystery Woman Casually Recycled a $200,000 Vintage Apple-1 Computer

One woman’s trash is literally everyone else’s super-expensive, rare $200,000 piece of computer history. Most of the time, recycled electronics are too crappy to sell on Craigslist. But one California e-recycling center recently received one of the most coveted gadgets ever: A genuine Apple-1 computer. Read more...

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