Percolation theory looks at problems such as the probability of being able to traverse some region with random obstacles. It is motivated by problems such as modeling the flow of a fluid in a porous medium.
Google Glass exploded into the tech scene in 2012 with the pomp and circumstance of an Apple product unveiling. It put “wearable technology” into the lexicon of the masses. Accolades poured in from both the technology world and the fashion...
Google's hack shows a fundamental flaw in basic computer hardware that could be impossible to fully patch in existing vulnerable computers. The post Googlers’ Epic Hack Exploits How Memory Leaks Electricity appeared first on WIRED.
Some code optimizations requires complex data structures and thousands lines of code. But, in a surprising number of cases, significant improvements can be made by simple changes – sometimes as simple as typing a single zero.
The attack marks only the second confirmed incident in which a wholly digital hack created physical destruction of equipment. The post A Cyberattack Has Caused Confirmed Physical Damage for the Second Time Ever appeared first on WIRED.
La société Deepmind, rachetée par Google, a développé un système d'intelligence artificielle capable d'apprendre par lui-même, de déterminer l'action la plus judicieuse et de battre l'homme dans une vingtaine de jeux.
PHP 7 dont la version alpha devrait arriver au milieu de cette année, nous promet des performances impressionnantes, d'après un billet de Zend qui est à la tête du projet PHP, billet repéré par developpez.com.
Google Code was supposed to spread the open source religion. But then GitHub came along. And GitHub, it turns out, was a much better preacher. The post How GitHub Conquered Google, Microsoft, and Everyone Else appeared first on WIRED.
Gobs of new open source projects are released every year. Software company Black Duck tries to figure out which ones are actually catching on. The post These Are the Hottest New Open Source Projects Right Now appeared first on WIRED.
On Tuesday, IBM launched the z13 mainframe, which it bills as the first mainframe specifically designed to accommodate the booming mobile app economy. The post More Than Six Decades Later, IBM Is Still Making New Mainframes appeared first on WIRED.
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