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Network security and the relationship with information systems in organizations and businesses is a vital part of the economy and security of much of the world.
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Do you have a backup plan for your treasured photos?
Just imagine all the thousands of photos stored in phones, digital cameras and laptops. But what happens when you want to upgrade them, or heaven forbid, your device is lost or stolen?
Another great article from The *Official AndreasCY* ~ http://mcaf.ee/2b5x3
No one wants to create social buttons over and over again. RRSSB is a super flexible system that works in any container. SASS-powered, retina ready, svg images, tiny file size and auto-magical resizing. A KNI Labs freebie.
Covert remote access trojan was built using newly discovered DIY toolkit.
Now available in the Google Play Store: webcam malware.
The percentage of students receiving music education has been in decline for decades. The Harmony Project, a music program for inner-city kids in Los Angeles partners with a neurobiologist to study the impact of music training on the learning skills of poor children. Continue reading →
A neurobiologist at Northwestern University has designed tests to measure the impact music practice has on low-income kids.
Recent studies have shown that social robots like Romibo can be used to provide therapy (or co-therapy,in collaboration with a human), and potentially even help teach autistic individuals new skill...
President Obama allocated $140 million of federal funding last week to create new, high-tech manufacturing hubs. Many say it's the future of the industry.
Americans like a comeback, and manufacturing could be next.
Unless your lucky enough to have a big personal workshop where you can have dedicated stations for all kinds of different tools, you're probably like most of us here at Hack a Day -- lots of projec...
The Pandora Prioritization System brought users to their company in droves. How can their approach apply to your company?
Professor Mark Z. Jacobson of the civil and environmental engineering department at Stanford University has been developing an environmental model...
A new multi-band satellite antenna developed by Imec in collaboration with Septentrio was announced at the Mobile World Conference held recently in...
Having talked previously about the broad range of connectors available, here we look at connectors that fight against that trend. We look at one such product, the Cloudsplitter from TE Connectivity.
INBOUND 2013 presentation by Mike Volpe. Register for INBOUND 2014 at www.inbound.com
A semiconductor SoC design can have multiple components at different levels of abstractions from different sources and in different languages. While designing an SoC, IPs at different levels have to be integrated without losing the overall design goals. Of course, quality of an IP inside and outside of an SoC must be tested thoroughly. Considering today’s large SoC designs with multiple IPs, it’s imperative that effective debugging tools with easy and quick visualization, navigation, annotations etc. are a must for designers to make right decisions during the course of design. The designers should be able to easily analyze different parts of the design which can be in different languages such as Spice, Verilog, VHDL, SystemVerilog etc. and can have different levels of voltages and signals.Last week I attended a webinar (http://www.semiwiki.com/cgi-bin/clickthru.pl?http://www.edadirect.com/page.php?s=e) on Mixed Signal SoC Verification hosted by EDA Direct (http://www.semiwiki.com/cgi-bin/clickthru.pl?http://www.edadirect.com/) where they showcased StarVisionTM tool from Concept Engineering (http://www.semiwiki.com/cgi-bin/clickthru.pl?http://www.concept.de/)
New Hampshire researchers surveyed retired people and found the life changing highlights were before they reached 25.
In this groundbreaking study, an enzyme extracted from pineapple known as bromelain was found superior to the chemo-drug 5-fluorouracil at treating cancer in the animal model. 5-fluorouracil is so toxic, that a dose weighing the equivalent of 3 pennies (7.5 grams) will kill 50% of humans given it. On the other hand, you would have to consume the equivalent of 1.5 lbs of bromelain to have a similar effect - which is practically impossible.