"Creative Commons is a non-profit that helps sharing and reuse of creativity and knowledge via free legal and technological tools . These tools are not alternatives to copyright laws, rather they work alongside them.
To help you better teach your students about Creative Commons and how it works, here is a handy graphic that visually captures the main important things students need to know about Creative commons. Enjoy"
The Guardian Tech Companies Issue Loud Call For Surveillance Transparency NPR Apple, Google, Microsoft and a broad coalition of major tech companies are making a loud call for greater government disclosure of digital communications monitoring.
The iOS 7 control Center is one of the most talked about features of the OS and rightly so, since it makes toggling some frequently used settings very easy Android developers, likewise, have made apps to bring some of iOS 7’s more popular features to the platform, and Control Center is one such app that brings the much talked about Control Center to any Android device.
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There is an app to make every part of life simpler. And this one helps doctors do their job.
Doctors can now reduce process of testing for dementia from three years to 10 minutes.
Cantab, a new iPad app from Cambridge Cognition, is designed to help early diagnoses of dementia. The technology, based on testing developed at the University of Cambridge, is designed to be easy for patients to use.
Cantab is available in 20 language, with options to encrypt test results for printing or including in a patient’s file.
The company warns that Cantab is only meant to aid preliminary diagnosis and is not a comprehensive recommendation. The test tracks scores for both mood and functional impairment, which give doctors a better idea of how to proceed with screening and treatment.
The power of computing, and the thrill of its apparently infinite possibilities, has also long been a source of fear. (What does the future hold for the company whose visionary plans include implanting a chip in our brains?
Drones aren’t just for the CIA anymore. While Predators and Reapers still patrol the skies of the Middle East and South Asia, automated flight technology has burst into the consumer realm in a big way.
Although Samsung and Apple are far from coming out and saying that they are best buddies again, it seems that they are willing to put many of their recent (Samsung regains Apple's processor business, will reportedly make the A9 chips for the iPhone...
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