Software

Self Repairing Software

Self Repairing Software

Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of Washington are developing self repairing software capable of locating and fixing certain types of bugs within minutes of the introduction of the problem. Their current focus is on preventing ...

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Google Chrome OS-based Netbook Specs Are Out

Google Chrome OS-based Netbook Specs Are Out

According to rumors, Google netbook, which is based on the Chrome OS, features impressive technical specifications, placing it among the elite netbooks available today. Although the specs are currently subject to speculations, many websites have already given publicity to these ...

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Windows 7 RC1 Brings Scores of Enhancements

Windows 7 RC1 Brings Scores of Enhancements

Since releasing Microsoft Windows 7 Beta, the team at Microsoft has toiled through thousands of pieces user feedback over the past two months to fix an estimated 2,000 bugs with the Beta version. In the next evolution, the Beta version ...

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Boot Up in Seconds with gOS Cloud

Boot Up in Seconds with gOS Cloud

The software company Good OS recently announced its upcoming operating system called “Cloud” that can boot into a Google, Yahoo!, or Live browser in seconds. The company, which is known for its gOS Linux which debuted on Wal-Mart computers, revealed ...

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Explore Mars with Google Mars

Explore Mars with Google Mars

Google, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), and scientists at Arizona State University (ASU) have collaborated to create Google Mars. Google Mars includes three different views: elevation, visible, and infrared. The elevation view is a shaded relief map using ...

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Russia to Develop a National OS?

Russia is on its way to developing a Linux-based alternative to Windows, which, according to the Russian news agency “CNews,” is expected to replace operating systems nationwide. The initiative was first proposed by Ilia Ponomarev, chairman of the Subcommittee for ...

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Place Any Video inside Your Home Video

Researchers from Stanford University have developed new artificial intelligence software called ZunaVision, which can place a still image or video on almost any surface inside a video clip. For example, in a video displaying a painting of the sea hanging ...

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Windows 7 Brings Software Based Graphics

Windows 7 Brings Software Based Graphics

Microsoft’s Windows 7 promises to take graphics technology to the next level, by allowing users to experience Direct3D 10 graphics on Direct3D 9 hardware and even process Direct3D 9-level graphics with no special hardware at all. These new features are ...

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Special GUI for Your Eyes Only

Special GUI for Your Eyes Only

Researches at the University of Washington have recently developed a system, which for the first time, offers an instantly customizable approach to user interfaces. Each participant in the program is placed through a brief skills test and then a mathematically-based ...

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FotoNation Red 2.0

FotoNation Red 2.0

The California based company FotoNation has developed technology to remove red eyes from photos, called Red 2.0. It can be used in numerous products besides digital cameras, such as photo printers, PDAs, or mobile phones with photographing abilities. Unlike similar ...

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