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Le chainon manquant entre la technologie NFC et l'internet des ...

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Les lecteurs assidus savent que deux des sujets les plus évoqués dans ce blog sont les applications et services que l'on peut créer en utilisant la technologie NFC ainsi que l'intégration des objets (et plus exactement des ...
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Enterprise Storage Systems are optimized for HPC cloud support. - ThomasNet News (press release)

Enterprise Storage Systems are optimized for HPC cloud support.
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Original Press Release. Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. Bantian, Shenzhen, , 518129. China. Huawei Unveils Enterprise Storage for the HPC Cloud.
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Reference/Value types in C# - GameDev.net

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Reference/Value types in C#
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I'm busy trying to make a game in Unity3D, but haven't had much experience in C# and having some trouble finding any specifics on how value/reference types are handled.
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UFC-Que Choisir : la 3G dégradée pour forcer l'adoption de la 4G ?

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L'UFC-Que Choisir suspecte les opérateurs de dégrader délibérément la qualité de leurs réseaux 3G pour forcer la souscription d'offres 4G, plus chères.
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Developing iOS & Android Apps with C# in Visual Studio - InfoQ.com

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Developing iOS & Android Apps with C# in Visual Studio InfoQ.com Xamarin has announced today a partnership with Microsoft to provide up-to-date support for developers working in C# and Visual Studio to build fully native cross platform mobile...
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Python2orPython3 - Python Wiki

Guido van Rossum (the original creator of the Python language) decided to clean up Python 2.x properly, with less regard for backwards compatibility than is the case for new releases in the 2.x range.
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Le développement du programme Triton BAMS, variante maritime du Global Hawk, va être retardé

Le développement du programme Triton BAMS, variante maritime du Global Hawk, va être retardé | informatique | Scoop.it

Development of the U.S. Navy’s maritime variant of the Air Force’s Global Hawk, the Triton UAS Broad Area Maritime Surveillance (BAMS) , will be delayed, senior Navy officials explained when rolling out the service’s FY 14 budget proposal.

About $25 million was taken from production of the system in the BAMS budget for fiscal year 2014 — and moved to fiscal year 2015 due to schedule changes, service officials said.

“The first year of production of RQ-4 Triton UAV (previously known as BAMS) was shifted from FY14 to FY15 due to schedule changes.  Funding decreased to support transition into the test phase of the System Demonstration and Deployment (SDD) program,” said Lt. Courtney Hillson, a Navy spokeswoman.

While the Triton BAMS UAS is expected to bring great capability to the Navy, it may need a little longer development than initially expected, said Navy Rear. Adm. Joseph Mulloy, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy, Budget.

“There are two technical issues in the airplane that are causing a delay in testing. First off, it has a unique double-tail rudder which is different on the Navy model. To get through that complex detail is taking a little longer on the design modules,” he said.

Secondly, integration work is still being done on the software on board the aircraft’s computer, he added.

“The Naval variant is designed to work with our P-8 and fly over the Pacific with a different set of sensors than the Air Force variant,” Mulloy added.

In short, it is taking a little longer than expected to engineer, develop and integrate the special maritime capabilities designed for the Triton. It is engineered to work in tandem with a manned fixed-wing surveillance aircraft called the P-8A Poseidon.

Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Jonathan W. Greenert, expressed great enthusiasm at the Air-Sea-Space Exposition regarding the establishment of the first P-8 Poseidon squadron slated to deploy to the Western Pacific.

The P-8A Poseidon is slated to replace the P-3C Orion as a long range anti-submarine warfare, anti-surface warfare, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) aircraft, according to the Navy.

Nevertheless, the Navy is gearing up for the first test-flight of its Triton UAS, a wide-spanning 47-foot long surveillance unmanned aircraft system equipped with high-tech, next-generation sensors able to conduct surveillance, reconnaissance and communications-relay missions over thousands of miles of ocean, service officials said.

The aircraft, which boasts a 130-foot wingspan and can reach altitudes of 60,000 feet, is engineered as a long-endurance surveillance platform, meaning it can stay in the air as long at 30 hours on a single mission, according to Navy figures.

The Triton’s first planned flight is part of an ongoing System Development and Demonstration (SDD) phase, in place since the Navy awarded Northrop Grumman a $1.16 billion deal to develop the aircraft in 2008, an industry source indicated.

The Triton’s first planned flight is part of an ongoing System Development and Demonstration (SDD) phase, in place since the Navy awarded Northrop Grumman a $1.16 billion deal to develop the aircraft in 2008, an industry source indicated....


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