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The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and Locke reviews

5 days ago
Spider-Man’s biggest battle in this film is with the 3D computer-generated effects which, impressive as most of them are, begin to get in the way.
Daily Mail

Great-grandmother was left screaming in agony while hospital doctor nearby 'played on a computer'

5 days ago
Sarah Ann Gray, 81, from Haughton Green, Tameside, was 'screaming in pain 'and vomiting at Manchester Royal Infirmary, an inquest heard.
Daily Mail

Spacewalking astronauts finish urgent repair job on ISS computer

7 hours ago
Spacewalking astronauts have replaced a dead computer outside the International Space Station to bring their orbiting home back up to full strength.
Daily Mail

Google patents smart contact lens system with a CAMERA built in

1 week ago
The patent is believed to reveal Google's plan to shrink its controversial wearable computer to fit on a contact lens.
Daily Mail

Study finds cognitive decline begins far earlier than thought

1 week ago
Canadian researchers found players of the computer game Starcraft reached their peak in terms of cognitive motor performance at 24.
Slashdot

Skilled Manual Labor Critical To US STEM Dominance

9 hours ago
Doofus writes: "The Wall Street Journal has an eye-catching headline: Welders Make $150,000? Bring Back Shop Class. Quoting: 'According to the 2011 Skills Gap Survey by the Manufacturing Institute, about 600,000 manufacturing jobs are unfilled nationally because employers can't find qualified workers. To help produce a new generation of welders, pipe-fitters, electricians,...
AP

NBC: Olympics show wide second-screen use

9 hours ago
NEW YORK (AP) -- Slightly more than half of the people who watched the Sochi Olympics on NBC also used a computer, tablet or smartphone to get information about the games while the TV was on, the network said Wednesday....
physorg

Economics = MC2—A portrait of the modern physics startup

9 hours ago
For much of the 20th century, many of the technological innovations that drove U.S. economic growth emerged from "idea factories" housed within large companies—research units like Bell Labs or Xerox PARC that developed everything from the transistor to the computer mouse.
physorg

Superconducting qubit array points the way to error-free quantum computers

9 hours ago
A fully functional quantum computer is one of the holy grails of physics. Unlike conventional computers, the quantum version uses qubits (quantum bits), which make direct use of the multiple states of quantum phenomena. When realized, a quantum computer will be millions of times more powerful at certain computations than today's supercomputers.
Science Daily

Superconducting qubit array points the way to quantum computers

10 hours ago
A fully functional quantum computer is one of the holy grails of physics. Physicists have moved one step closer to making a quantum computer a reality by demonstrating a new level of reliability in a five-qubit array. Quantum computing is anything but simple. It relies on aspects of quantum mechanics such as superposition. This notion holds that any physical object, such...
Science Daily

Airport security-style technology could help doctors decide on stroke treatment

14 hours ago
A new computer program could help doctors predict which patients might suffer potentially fatal side-effects from a key stroke treatment. The program assesses brain scans using pattern recognition software similar to that used in airport security and passport control. Currently, stroke affects over 15 million people each year worldwide. Ischemic strokes are the most common...
Nature

Superconducting quantum circuits at the surface code threshold for fault tolerance

1 day ago
A quantum computer can solve hard problems, such as prime factoring, database searching and quantum simulation, at the cost of needing to protect fragile quantum states from error. Quantum error correction provides this protection by distributing a logical state among many physical quantum bits (qubits) by means of quantum entanglement. Superconductivity is a useful phenomenon...
Handelsblatt

Ruanda: Kleine Börse mit großen Plänen

11 hours ago
Die Börse in Ruanda ist eine der kleinsten der Welt. Es gibt nur fünf Aktien. Der Handel läuft ohne Computer ab. Mittags ist Schluss. Doch die Börsenbetreiber haben Großes vor. Ein Report.
Daily Mail

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and Locke reviews

5 days ago
Spider-Man’s biggest battle in this film is with the 3D computer-generated effects which, impressive as most of them are, begin to get in the way.
Daily Mail

Great-grandmother was left screaming in agony while hospital doctor nearby 'played on a computer'

5 days ago
Sarah Ann Gray, 81, from Haughton Green, Tameside, was 'screaming in pain 'and vomiting at Manchester Royal Infirmary, an inquest heard.
Daily Mail

Google patents smart contact lens system with a CAMERA built in

1 week ago
The patent is believed to reveal Google's plan to shrink its controversial wearable computer to fit on a contact lens.
Daily Mail

Study finds cognitive decline begins far earlier than thought

1 week ago
Canadian researchers found players of the computer game Starcraft reached their peak in terms of cognitive motor performance at 24.
Slashdot

Face Recognition Algorithm Finally Outperforms Humans

16 hours ago
KentuckyFC (1144503) writes "Face recognition has come a long way in recent years. In ideal lighting conditions, given the same pose, facial expression etc, it easily outperforms humans. But the real world isn't like that. People grow beards, wear make up and glasses, make strange faces and so on, which makes the task of facial recognition tricky even for humans. A well-known...
physorg

Spacewalking astronauts tackle urgent repair job

12 hours ago
Space station astronauts are taking a spacewalk to replace a dead computer and get their orbiting home back up to full strength.
AP

Spacewalking astronauts complete urgent repair job

13 hours ago
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) -- Spacewalking astronauts easily replaced a dead computer outside the International Space Station on Wednesday and got their orbiting home back up to full strength....
Reuters

Spacewalkers to replace failed computer outside space station

14 hours ago
CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida (Reuters) - Two U.S. astronauts floated outside the International Space Station on Wednesday to replace a failed computer that serves as a backup to critical control systems, including the outpost's solar panel wings.
Mashable

Watch Live: NASA Astronauts Start Spacewalk

14 hours ago
NASA astronauts Steve Swanson and Rick Mastracchio have started a 2.5-hour spacewalk on Wednesday to install a spare backup computer aboard the International Space Station The spacewalk started just before 10 a.m. ET when the crew switched their suits to battery power, signaling the start of the operation See also: 20 Epic Space Photos From Astronaut Chris Hadfield The...
The Guardian

Astronauts repair space station computer on emergency spacewalk

13 hours ago
After receiving parts and supplies from SpaceX on Sunday, astronauts replace failed computer for critical control systemsTwo US astronauts floated outside the International Space Station on Wednesday to replace a failed computer that serves as a backup to critical control systems, including the outpost's solar panel wings.Flight engineers Rick Mastracchio and Steve Swanson...
The Jerusalem Post

Police search home of rabbi in West Bank settlement where rioters ransacked IDF post

19 hours ago
Computer of Rabbi Elitzur seized in Yitzhar; Ya'alon orders accelerated destruction of illegal building in settlements where IDF encounters violence.
The Jerusalem Post

Police search home of rabbi in West Bank settlement where rioters ransacked IDF post

19 hours ago
Computer of Rabbi Elitzur seized in Yitzhar; Ya'alon orders accelerated destruction of illegal building in settlements where IDF encounters violence.
Technology Review

Agile Robots

1 day ago
Computer scientists have created machines that have the balance and agility to walk and run across rough and uneven terrain, making them far more useful in navigating human environments.
Daily Mail

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and Locke reviews

5 days ago
Spider-Man’s biggest battle in this film is with the 3D computer-generated effects which, impressive as most of them are, begin to get in the way.
Daily Mail

Great-grandmother was left screaming in agony while hospital doctor nearby 'played on a computer'

5 days ago
Sarah Ann Gray, 81, from Haughton Green, Tameside, was 'screaming in pain 'and vomiting at Manchester Royal Infirmary, an inquest heard.
physorg

US astronauts to step out on spacewalk for repairs

19 hours ago
Two US astronauts are preparing to step out on a brief spacewalk Wednesday to install a backup computer at the International Space Station after one failed earlier this month.
BoingBoing

How the Russian surveillance state works

1 day ago
In case you (like Edward Snowden) want to know about the full scope of Russia's program of mass domestic and international surveillance, World Policy's overview of the Russian surveillance state is brilliant and terrifying.
DerSpiegel

Gefahren des Lobbyismus: Ein Sicherheits-Update für die Politik

20 hours ago
Wer regiert eigentlich das Land? Politiker oder Lobbyisten? Unsere Demokratie steckt in einer Vertrauenskrise, und wäre sie ein Computer, bräuchte sie dringend neue Sicherheits-Software - um Lobbyismus zu begrenzen, Bestechung zu ahnden und mehr Transparenz herzustellen.
USA Today

Teaching seniors to use Internet cuts depression risk

2 days ago
New study finds computer use among retirees cuts risk of depression by more than 30%.
Daily Mail

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and Locke reviews

5 days ago
Spider-Man’s biggest battle in this film is with the 3D computer-generated effects which, impressive as most of them are, begin to get in the way.
Daily Mail

Great-grandmother was left screaming in agony while hospital doctor nearby 'played on a computer'

5 days ago
Sarah Ann Gray, 81, from Haughton Green, Tameside, was 'screaming in pain 'and vomiting at Manchester Royal Infirmary, an inquest heard.
THE GLOBE AND MAIL

Cloud hangs over broadcasters as U.S. court weighs Aereo case

1 day ago
Supreme Court to decide whether company‘s use of dime-sized antennas to enable viewers to watch live TV on a mobile device or computer is an infringement of copyright
Slashdot

Google's Project Ara Could Bring PC-Like Hardware Ecosystem To Phones

1 day ago
An anonymous reader writes "Now that Google's modular phone effort, Project Ara, looks a bit less like vaporware, people are starting to figure out its implications for the future of cellphones. One fascinating possibility is that it could transform the cellphone purchasing process into something resembling desktop computer purchasing. Enthusiasts could search out the...
BoingBoing

Eternal vigilance app for social networks: treating privacy vulnerabilities like other security risks

1 day ago
Social networking sites are Skinner boxes designed to train you to undervalue your privacy. Since all the compromising facts of your life add less than a dollar to the market-cap of the average social network, they all push to add more "sharing" by default, with the result that unless you devote your life to it, you're going to find your personal info shared ever-more-widely...
Mashable

The Supreme Court Justices, Ranked by Their Tech Savvy in the Aereo Case

1 day ago
As the Supreme Court heard oral arguments Tuesday in a case that could have far-reaching implications for the future of digital media, the technological knowledge of the justices was on full display — for better and worse. The case concerns Aereo, a startup that lets you stream over-the-air local TV to your computer, phone or tablet; you're essentially renting a tiny...
Daily Mail

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and Locke reviews

5 days ago
Spider-Man’s biggest battle in this film is with the 3D computer-generated effects which, impressive as most of them are, begin to get in the way.
Daily Mail

Great-grandmother was left screaming in agony while hospital doctor nearby 'played on a computer'

5 days ago
Sarah Ann Gray, 81, from Haughton Green, Tameside, was 'screaming in pain 'and vomiting at Manchester Royal Infirmary, an inquest heard.
Science Daily

Traditional Malaysian musical instrument modernized: 'Rebana Ubi' computer speaker

1 day ago
Researchers are modernizing the 'Rebana Ubi', a traditional Malaysian musical instrument by infusing it with a modern computer aided technology.
Handelsblatt

Fraunhofer MEVIS: „Der Computer kann den Arzt nicht ersetzen“

1 day ago
Das Institut Fraunhofer MEVIS ist auf medizinische Visualisierung spezialisiert. Den Arzt könne der Computer aber nicht ersetzen, sagt der Leiter des Instituts Horst Karl Hahn im Interview: „Wir können nur technologische Hilfestellungen leisten.“
TechCrunch

Kinetica Is A New System That Lets You Play With Data With Your Fingers

1 day ago
 If you’ve ever wanted to chop data up into separate little piles, here’s your chance. Using a proof-of-concept called Kinetica, Ph.D. students at CMU’s Human-Computer Interaction Institute have created a system that lets you slide certain subsets of data out of a chart, order data along arbitrary lines, and even create charts and graphs with a quick swipe. The...
Gizmodo

Emperor of the Glassholes Finally Feels Shame

1 day ago
Google Glass is a $1,500 toy predicated on the absence of self-awareness—and so it's no surprise its early power users have been men like Robert Scoble , a roof-raising mascot of privacy antagonism. But now, even the man who once boasted of wearing his face computer in the shower is jumping ship.Read more...
Mashable

Google Extends Glass Initiative for Nonprofits

1 day ago
Google extended the eligibility period for Giving Through Glass, an initiative the company launched in October to put its wearable computing device, Google Glass, in the hands of U.S. nonprofit organizations. Giving Through Glass will select five nonprofits from a pool of applicants to receive the device and a trip to a Google Glass training center to learn how to use...
Mashable

20 Inexplicably Satisfying GIFs to Cleanse Your Internet Palate

1 day ago
When work-day stress begins to creep up on you, it's nice (and necessary) to take a momentary mental break If you spend most of your days at the computer, one of the quickest ways to find calm and composure is to refresh your brain with a quick palate cleanse. The subreddit r/oddlysatisfying features a collection of GIFs and photos that are so inexplicably gratifying,...
Daily Mail

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and Locke reviews

5 days ago
Spider-Man’s biggest battle in this film is with the 3D computer-generated effects which, impressive as most of them are, begin to get in the way.
Daily Mail

Great-grandmother was left screaming in agony while hospital doctor nearby 'played on a computer'

5 days ago
Sarah Ann Gray, 81, from Haughton Green, Tameside, was 'screaming in pain 'and vomiting at Manchester Royal Infirmary, an inquest heard.
Daily Mail

Google patents smart contact lens system with a CAMERA built in

1 week ago
The patent is believed to reveal Google's plan to shrink its controversial wearable computer to fit on a contact lens.
Daily Mail

Study finds cognitive decline begins far earlier than thought

1 week ago
Canadian researchers found players of the computer game Starcraft reached their peak in terms of cognitive motor performance at 24.
THE GLOBE AND MAIL

The spy who hacked me: espionage attacks on the rise

1 day ago
Groups or national governments from Eastern Europe playing a growing role in computer intrusions
Mashable

Kittens Accidentally Shipped in Box of Computer Equipment

1 day ago
After a restful weekend, who among us couldn't use a tiny feline Tuesday pick-me-up? Sadly, there's still no Seamless for kittens to cure your cubicle blues, otherwise we'd have at least a dozen furballs in our laps already. Some people are lucky though, like a Cox Communication employee who opened a package only to find two adorable stowaways inside. Meet Mouse and Wi-fi,...
Daily Mail

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and Locke reviews

5 days ago
Spider-Man’s biggest battle in this film is with the 3D computer-generated effects which, impressive as most of them are, begin to get in the way.
Daily Mail

Great-grandmother was left screaming in agony while hospital doctor nearby 'played on a computer'

5 days ago
Sarah Ann Gray, 81, from Haughton Green, Tameside, was 'screaming in pain 'and vomiting at Manchester Royal Infirmary, an inquest heard.
Reuters

Espionage hacking grows, with more from east Europe: Verizon study

2 days ago
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Hacking for espionage purposes is sharply increasing, with groups or national governments from Eastern Europe playing a growing role, according to one of the most comprehensive annual studies of computer intrusions.
Daily Mail

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and Locke reviews

5 days ago
Spider-Man’s biggest battle in this film is with the 3D computer-generated effects which, impressive as most of them are, begin to get in the way.
Daily Mail

Great-grandmother was left screaming in agony while hospital doctor nearby 'played on a computer'

5 days ago
Sarah Ann Gray, 81, from Haughton Green, Tameside, was 'screaming in pain 'and vomiting at Manchester Royal Infirmary, an inquest heard.
Daily Mail

Teens suffer neck and back pain due to iPads and phones, say researchers

1 week ago
Four in ten teens have suffered back or neck pain from spending too much time slouched in front of the TV or a computer screen, according to the British Chiropractic Association.
Daily Mail

ASK TONY: Why did it take Churchill four months to reply to my letter?

1 week ago
I cannot understand why I, at 81, can send a letter on a computer and send two emails and yet someone, probably half my age at Churchill, cannot send a reply.
Slashdot

The Ethical Dilemmas Today's Programmers Face

2 days ago
snydeq (1272828) writes "As software takes over more of our lives, the ethical ramifications of decisions made by programmers only become greater. Unfortunately, the tech world has always been long on power and short on thinking about the long-reaching effects of this power. More troubling: While ethics courses have become a staple of physical-world engineering degrees,...
Mashable

Google Glass Update Adds iPhone SMS Messaging and Calendar App

2 days ago
Just a week after Google made Glass available for purchase to the entire public for one day, it unveiled a new software update for the wearable computer The latest software update adds SMS messaging for the iPhone, and includes a Calendar Glassware app See also: 72% of Americans Refuse Google Glass Over Privacy Concerns: Report Scheduled to be released over the next few...
Daily Mail

TV could be infected by computer viruses as cyber criminals could infect devices

2 days ago
Eugene Kaspersky, is co-founder and chief executive of Russia's Kaspersky Lab, the world's fourth largest computer antivirus group.
Daily Mail

TV could be infected by computer viruses as cyber criminals could infect devices

2 days ago
Eugene Kaspersky, is co-founder and chief executive of Russia's Kaspersky Lab, the world's fourth largest computer antivirus group.
Daily Mail

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and Locke reviews

5 days ago
Spider-Man’s biggest battle in this film is with the 3D computer-generated effects which, impressive as most of them are, begin to get in the way.
Daily Mail

Great-grandmother was left screaming in agony while hospital doctor nearby 'played on a computer'

5 days ago
Sarah Ann Gray, 81, from Haughton Green, Tameside, was 'screaming in pain 'and vomiting at Manchester Royal Infirmary, an inquest heard.
Daily Mail

Teens suffer neck and back pain due to iPads and phones, say researchers

1 week ago
Four in ten teens have suffered back or neck pain from spending too much time slouched in front of the TV or a computer screen, according to the British Chiropractic Association.
Daily Mail

ASK TONY: Why did it take Churchill four months to reply to my letter?

1 week ago
I cannot understand why I, at 81, can send a letter on a computer and send two emails and yet someone, probably half my age at Churchill, cannot send a reply.
physorg

Simulating in tiny steps gave birth to long-sought-after method

2 days ago
Using computer simulations to predict which drug candidates offer the greatest potential has thus far not been very reliable, because both small drug-like molecules and the amino acids of proteins vary so much in their chemistry. Uppsala researchers have now cunningly managed to develop a method that has proven to be precise, reliable and general.
Gizmodo

A $15 USB Adapter That Fixes an Annoying iMac Design Flaw

2 days ago
No product has even been made better when functionality follows form, and Apple's decision to only include USB ports on the back of its iMacs has been frustrating desktop computer users for years. An ugly USB extension cable makes life with an iMac considerably more enjoyable, and now, thanks to Bluelounge's new Jimi, it doesn't even have to be ugly.Read more...
Daily Mail

TV could be infected by computer viruses as cyber criminals could infect devices

2 days ago
Eugene Kaspersky, is co-founder and chief executive of Russia's Kaspersky Lab, the world's fourth largest computer antivirus group.
Daily Mail

TV could be infected by computer viruses as cyber criminals could infect devices

2 days ago
Eugene Kaspersky, is co-founder and chief executive of Russia's Kaspersky Lab, the world's fourth largest computer antivirus group.
Daily Mail

TV could be infected by computer viruses as cyber criminals could infect devices

2 days ago
Eugene Kaspersky, is co-founder and chief executive of Russia's Kaspersky Lab, the world's fourth largest computer antivirus group.
Daily Mail

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and Locke reviews

5 days ago
Spider-Man’s biggest battle in this film is with the 3D computer-generated effects which, impressive as most of them are, begin to get in the way.
Daily Mail

Great-grandmother was left screaming in agony while hospital doctor nearby 'played on a computer'

5 days ago
Sarah Ann Gray, 81, from Haughton Green, Tameside, was 'screaming in pain 'and vomiting at Manchester Royal Infirmary, an inquest heard.
Daily Mail

Teens suffer neck and back pain due to iPads and phones, say researchers

1 week ago
Four in ten teens have suffered back or neck pain from spending too much time slouched in front of the TV or a computer screen, according to the British Chiropractic Association.
Daily Mail

TV could be infected by computer viruses as cyber criminals could infect devices

2 days ago
Eugene Kaspersky, is co-founder and chief executive of Russia's Kaspersky Lab, the world's fourth largest computer antivirus group.
Daily Mail

ASK TONY: Why did it take Churchill four months to reply to my letter?

1 week ago
I cannot understand why I, at 81, can send a letter on a computer and send two emails and yet someone, probably half my age at Churchill, cannot send a reply.
Slashdot

Google: Better To Be a 'B' CS Grad Than an 'A+' English Grad

2 days ago
theodp (442580) writes "In a NY Times interview on How to Get a Job at Google with Laszlo Bock, who is in charge of all hiring at Google, the subject of grit-based hiring came up. Bock explained: 'I was on campus speaking to a student who was a computer science and math double major, who was thinking of shifting to an economics major because the computer science courses...
physorg

High-temperature plasmonics eyed for solar, computer innovation

2 days ago
(Phys.org) —New "plasmonic metamaterials" that operate at high temperatures could radically improve solar cell performance and bring advanced computer data storage technology that uses heat to record information on a magnetic disk.
Scientific American

Virtual Doctor Visits Gaining Steam in “Geneticist Deserts”

2 days ago
Genetic experts are eyeing computer Webcams and videoconferencing to assess patients in Alaska and other remote places -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
Handelsblatt

Medizinische 3D-Welten: Mit Algorithmen dem Tumor auf der Spur

2 days ago
Auf Röntgen- und Ultraschallbildern erkennt der Laie nur verschwommene Grautöne. Und auch Ärzten fordert die Analyse viel Interpretationsgeschick ab. Schnelle Computer und fortgeschrittene Mathematik sollen Abhilfe schaffen.
Handelsblatt

Interview medizinische Visualisierung: „Der Computer kann den Arzt nicht ersetzen“

2 days ago
Das Institut Fraunhofer MEVIS ist auf medizinische Visualisierung spezialisiert. Den Arzt könne der Computer aber nicht ersetzen, sagt der Leiter des Instituts Horst Karl Hahn im Interview: „Wir können nur technologische Hilfestellungen leisten.“
Daily Mail

Now your TV could be infected by computer viruses: Technology security expert warns cyber criminals could infect millions of devices

2 days ago
Eugene Kaspersky, is co-founder and chief executive of Russia's Kaspersky Lab, the world's fourth largest computer antivirus group.
Daily Mail

Now your TV could be infected by computer viruses: Technology security expert warns cyber criminals could infect millions of devices

2 days ago
Eugene Kaspersky, is co-founder and chief executive of Russia's Kaspersky Lab, the world's fourth largest computer antivirus group.
Daily Mail

Now your TV could be infected by computer viruses: Technology security expert warns cyber criminals could infect millions of devices

2 days ago
Eugene Kaspersky, is co-founder and chief executive of Russia's Kaspersky Lab, the world's fourth largest computer antivirus group.
Daily Mail

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and Locke reviews

5 days ago
Spider-Man’s biggest battle in this film is with the 3D computer-generated effects which, impressive as most of them are, begin to get in the way.
Daily Mail

Great-grandmother was left screaming in agony while hospital doctor nearby 'played on a computer'

5 days ago
Sarah Ann Gray, 81, from Haughton Green, Tameside, was 'screaming in pain 'and vomiting at Manchester Royal Infirmary, an inquest heard.
Daily Mail

Teens suffer neck and back pain due to iPads and phones, say researchers

1 week ago
Four in ten teens have suffered back or neck pain from spending too much time slouched in front of the TV or a computer screen, according to the British Chiropractic Association.
Daily Mail

ASK TONY: Why did it take Churchill four months to reply to my letter?

1 week ago
I cannot understand why I, at 81, can send a letter on a computer and send two emails and yet someone, probably half my age at Churchill, cannot send a reply.
DerSpiegel

Workshop: Den Raspberry Pi zum Kamera-Computer ausbauen

2 days ago
Mit einer Kamera bestückt, kann der Bastler-Computer Raspberry Pi Gesichter erkennen, Zeitrafferfilme aufzeichnen und vieles mehr. Der Einbau der günstigen Mini-Linse ist schnell erledigt.
TheDomains

Has the time come for mandatory two factor authentication ?

3 days ago
I was already thinking about the topic of  mandatory two factor authentication before Heartbleed. It was actually the story about Naoki Hiroshima and his post on Medium detailing the account hack at Go Daddy and Paypal, in order to gain access to the Twitter handle @N. Minda Zetlin of Inc Magazine recently published an article, […]
Daily Mail

Now your TV could be infected by computer viruses: Technology security expert warns cyber criminals could infect millions of devices

3 days ago
Eugene Kaspersky, is co-founder and chief executive of Russia's Kaspersky Lab, the world's fourth largest computer antivirus group.
Daily Mail

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and Locke reviews

5 days ago
Spider-Man’s biggest battle in this film is with the 3D computer-generated effects which, impressive as most of them are, begin to get in the way.
Daily Mail

Great-grandmother was left screaming in agony while hospital doctor nearby 'played on a computer'

5 days ago
Sarah Ann Gray, 81, from Haughton Green, Tameside, was 'screaming in pain 'and vomiting at Manchester Royal Infirmary, an inquest heard.
Daily Mail

Teens suffer neck and back pain due to iPads and phones, say researchers

1 week ago
Four in ten teens have suffered back or neck pain from spending too much time slouched in front of the TV or a computer screen, according to the British Chiropractic Association.
Daily Mail

ASK TONY: Why did it take Churchill four months to reply to my letter?

1 week ago
I cannot understand why I, at 81, can send a letter on a computer and send two emails and yet someone, probably half my age at Churchill, cannot send a reply.
TechCrunch

AI Experts On The Reality Behind The Sci-Fi Thriller “Transcendence”

3 days ago
 An ambitious blend of fact and fiction, “Transcendence” is Hollywood’s latest dystopian-edged take on the implications of artificial intelligence. Here are some examples of where the film displays some chops in computer vision, intelligent systems and brain imaging. Read More
Daily Mail

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and Locke reviews

5 days ago
Spider-Man’s biggest battle in this film is with the 3D computer-generated effects which, impressive as most of them are, begin to get in the way.
Daily Mail

Great-grandmother was left screaming in agony while hospital doctor nearby 'played on a computer'

5 days ago
Sarah Ann Gray, 81, from Haughton Green, Tameside, was 'screaming in pain 'and vomiting at Manchester Royal Infirmary, an inquest heard.
Daily Mail

Teens suffer neck and back pain due to iPads and phones, say researchers

1 week ago
Four in ten teens have suffered back or neck pain from spending too much time slouched in front of the TV or a computer screen, according to the British Chiropractic Association.

Countries where computer is popular

# Countries MIX
1 United States 91.840
2 Germany 28.363
3 India 25.810
4 United Kingdom 15.246
5 Italy 4.465
6 Philippines 4.220
7 Canada 3.548
8 Australia 3.226
9 Korea South 2.560
10 Switzerland 2.324
11 China 2.120
12 Netherlands 1.860
13 Austria 1.650
14 Indonesia 1.440
15 Singapore 1.350
16 Spain 1.300
17 South Africa 1.230
18 Pakistan 1.150
19 Romania 1.020
20 France 0.900
More Countries >>
# Media MIX
1 CNN Editions (International) 10.800
2 CNN 10.000
3 Bild 6.200
4 Malayala Manorama 4.000
5 Dinamalar 3.500
6 foxnews 3.000
7 Dailymail 2.850
8 computerbild 2.750
9 Joong Ang Ilbo 2.500
10 The Sun 2.500
11 IBN live 2.500
12 New York Times 2.200
13 USA Today 2.000
14 weather.com 2.000
15 WALL STREET JOURNAL USA 2.000
16 Times of India 1.950
17 newsoftheworld 1.750
18 GMA TV 1.740
19 ABS-CBN News Channel 1.500
20 AARP Bulletin 1.500
More Media >>
# Languages MIX
1 English 142.169
2 German 32.339
3 Italian 4.465
4 Malayalam 4.000
5 Tamil 3.600
6 Chinese 2.260
7 Dutch 2.240
8 Spanish 1.890
9 Hindi 1.550
10 Indonesian 1.440
11 Romanian 1.020
12 French 0.910
13 Japanese 0.820
14 Danish 0.751
15 Portuguese 0.700
16 Thai 0.600
17 Bengali 0.500
18 Polish 0.420
19 Gujarati 0.200
20 Arabic 0.100
More Languages >>