Email and other online account information is tougher to hack if you follow these password checkup tips.
Aurasma is a whole new way to see information in the world. It’s about this fundamental shift in the way that we see and interact with the world around us, with the objects, with buildings, with money, with literally anything, and what we do at Aurasma is bring digital content in with video, MPGs, websites and 3-D models, putting it on the real world and create really amazing ways to find that data better.
Matt Mills of augmented reality start-up Aurasma
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A mounting body of evidence finds that the spread of mobile technology is adding to news consumption, strengthening the appeal of traditional news brands and even boosting reading of long-form journalism. But the evidence also shows that technology companies are strengthening their grip on who profits, according to the 2012 State of the News Media report by Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism.
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It’s all about me is Fast Company’s look at putting people into the branded marketing experience, a trend epitomized by Museum of Me, which pulls information from your Facebook page to create a virtual museum of your digital life. Photos, videos and friends are presented as pieces of art, displayed randomly as if in a museum or art gallery.
Quantum Computing Could Define the Future and Extend the Reach of Human Brainpower to Unimaginable Limits, but One Silicon Valley Legend Gives the Edge to Our Gray Matter
If you could ask only one person about the limits of computers past, present and future, the right person might be Federico Faggin. Forty years ago Faggin meticulously sketched the blueprint that brought to life the world’s first microprocessor, which later sparked the personal computer revolution.
Ever wondered how your email can cross the vastness of the ocean and be delivered almost instantly, anywhere in the world? It’s all down to a network of fibre-optic cables that link up the continents and transmit terabits of data every second.