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Rails + Angular / Rails + Ember

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In this comparison, Rails expert Fernando Villalobos breaks down the difference between AngularJS and Ember.js when it comes to choosing a JS framework for Rails applications.

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TIZEN High-End Smartphone comes in late summer

TIZEN High-End Smartphone comes in late summer | TechzNews | Scoop.it

Now it has been officially confirmed that in August or September the SamsungTIZEN Smartphone will appear, it will be a smartphone with the best features

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Xia Dong's curator insight, March 22, 2013 8:45 AM

TIZEN is a new smartphone OS. It is developed by Intel and Samsung. At present, the most popular smartphone OS are ios, Android OS and windows phone OS. OS is the soul of a smartphone.It is very important to a smartphone. Thus some smartphone manufacturers want to develop their own OS so that they will not be limited by the providers of smartphone OS. I believe that there will be more newborn smartphone operating systems in the near future.

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Google Drive: Héberger vos pages HTML Gratuitement

Google Drive: Héberger vos pages HTML Gratuitement | TechzNews | Scoop.it
Grâce à son nouveau service, Google Drive  devient un excellent endroit pour héberger et partager les pages HTML en toute sécurité. Maintenant vous pouvez réaliser des CVs en ligne ou même partager...
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Bindroid - A Binding Framework for Android

I'll admit it -- I was spoiled by my days on the Silverlight team, playing with XAML, .NET, and databinding.  When I started building Android versions of my apps, I went in with the expectation of ...
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Bien entamer le monde de l'Open Source

Bien entamer le monde de l'Open Source | TechzNews | Scoop.it
On parle beaucoup de logiciels libres et de l'open source, mais en creusant un peu,il apparait que nombreux sont ceux  qui ont une connaissance et une compréhension assez superficielles du phénomèn...
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Hirobo HX-1 : L’hélicoptère monoplace

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Aujourd'hui, vous pouvez voler à partir de votre propre maison et vos rêves de voler avec une machine personnelle vient de devenir une réalité.La compagnie japonaise Hirobo Electric Corporation, sp...
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Initier Google+

Initier Google+ | TechzNews | Scoop.it
J’avais partagé ce document PDF sur mon compte Slideshare pour ceux et celles qui veulent s’initier à ce réseau social de plus en plus populaire. Apprenez à utiliser les différentes fonctionnalités...
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Re: [v3 0/6] ARM: tegra: convert device tree files to use CLK defines — Linux Kernel

Linux Kernel: Re: [v3 0/6] ARM: tegra: convert device tree files to use CLK defines (#linux #kernel Re: [v3 0/6] ARM: tegra: convert device tree files to use CLK defines http://t.co/GUSO4g3z)...
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Intelligent Robots Will Overtake Humans by 2100, Experts Say

Intelligent Robots Will Overtake Humans by 2100, Experts Say | TechzNews | Scoop.it

Some believe in a utopian future, in which humans can transcend their physical limitations with the aid of machines. But others think humans will eventually relinquish most of their abilities and gradually become absorbed into artificial intelligence (AI)-based organisms, much like the energy making machinery in our own cells.


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$89 Compulab CM-iGT CoMs Feature AMD G-Series APUs

$89 Compulab CM-iGT CoMs Feature AMD G-Series APUs | TechzNews | Scoop.it
Compulab, an Israeli company specialized in embedded computing, has recently introduced computers-on-module based on AMD G-Series APUs that will sell for as low as $89 per unit (for 1k orders)...

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Samsung GALAXY S4 features will come on the Samsung GALAXY S3 & Co.

Samsung GALAXY S4 features will come on the Samsung GALAXY S3 & Co. | TechzNews | Scoop.it

The new features of the Samsung GALAXY S4 come with the Android 4.2.2 update on the top models Samsung GALAXY S3 and Samsung GALAXY Note 2

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USB OTG : Connecter facilement des peripheriques USB à votre smartphone Android

USB OTG : Connecter facilement des peripheriques USB à votre smartphone Android | TechzNews | Scoop.it
Avec un simple adaptateur USB OTG qui ne dépasse pas les 4€, vous pouvez connecter différents périphériques comme les claviers, les disques durs USB et même les contrôleurs de jeu  à votre téléphon...
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Cell circuits remember their history: Engineers design new synthetic biology circuits that combine memory and logic

Cell circuits remember their history: Engineers design new synthetic biology circuits that combine memory and logic | TechzNews | Scoop.it

MIT engineers have created genetic circuits in bacterial cells that not only perform logic functions, but also remember the results, which are encoded in the cell's DNA and passed on for dozens of generations.


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Re: [patch 1/2] mm: fincore() — Linux Kernel

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Synthetic biology: Stanford, UC Berkeley engineering a new frontier

Synthetic biology: Stanford, UC Berkeley engineering a new frontier | TechzNews | Scoop.it

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"Most people look at the cedar in Drew Endy's front yard and admire its graceful green boughs, heavy with needles, sap and cones.

Endy sees something much different: an industrial manufacturing platform, waiting to be exploited."I dream we could someday reprogram trees that could self-assemble a computer chip in your front yard," exudes the brilliant and intense Stanford University scientist, who has emerged as a leading evangelist in the new field of synthetic biology.One gene at a time, Endy and other elite teams of Bay Area scientists are striving to design and build organisms unlike anything made by Mother Nature.It's not yet possible to create artificial life from scratch. But it's getting closer, through projects that essentially swap out a cell's original operating system for a lab-designed one. These made-to-order creations then can be put to work.The Human Genome Project gave us the ability to read nature's instruction manual -- DNA -- like words in a book. But the real opportunities, scientists say, lie in our ability to not only read genetic code, but to write it, then build it using off-the-shelf chemical ingredients, strung together like holiday lights. It is the creation of new genomes -- and a new frontier in bioengineering.Synthetic biology works because biological creatures are, in essence, programmable manufacturing systems. The DNA instruction manual buried inside every cell -- its software, in a sense -- can be replaced with a man-made version, giving us the ability to tell it what to make.This presages the distant day when Endy's big Menlo Park cedar churns out computer chips, not cones. Or makes cancer-fighting drugs. Or fuels. Or building materials. Or anything else.There are concerns about safety and ethics. In the wrong hands, lone villains or rogue regimes could unleash dangerous life forms. A review in 2010 by a White House commission concluded the field needs monitoring, but the risks are still limited."

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