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Microsoft faults knock sites offline
Faults with Microsoft's cloud computing platform Azure knock many third-party sites offline and restrict access to its own apps.
[BBC News Americas]

Accenture Teams with Girls Who Code to Support Technology Careers for Young Women
Accenture is partnering with Girls Who Code to help the organization inspire, educate and equip young women with computing and professional skills that enable them to pursue technology careers. -   - Accenture is contributing $500,000 to Girls Who Code this year, and Accenture volunteers are (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

A Love Letter to Obsolete OSes and Emulation
The death of an old friend sent Paul Ford on a bender; emulating old hardware to run familiar obsolete operating systems and software, and remembering 1980s and 1990s computing culture in about the most OSNews-bait article I've ever read. It's a wonderful read, with all your old favorites: (...)
[OSNews]

SightSpace 3D Mobile Augmented Reality App Now Supports SketchUp 2015
Limitless Computing Inc. ®, a leading provider of 3D mobile Augmented Reality (AR), today announced that its SightSpace 3D Mobile AR apps now support Trimble SketchUp 2015. SightSpace 3D with AR combines digital models created in Trimble SketchUp, the Trimble 3D Warehouse, and Google Earth with (...)
[WebWire Mobile communications]

Iron-based superconductor simulations spin out new possibilities on Titan supercomputer
Researchers studying iron-based superconductors are combining novel electronic structure algorithms with the high-performance computing power of the Titan supercomputer to predict spin dynamics, or the ways electrons orient and correlate their spins in a (...)
[Science daily]

NewVoiceMedia secures Ukash as finalist for UK IT Industry Awards
NewVoiceMedia, the leading provider of cloud contact center solutions, has helped Ukash reach the final in the Best use of Cloud Services category of the 2014 UK IT Industry Awards. Run by The Chartered Institute for IT (BCS) and Computing magazine, the Awards are a platform for the entire (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Saving lots of computing capacity with a new algorithm
The control of modern infrastructure such as intelligent power grids needs lots of computing capacity. Scientists have developed an algorithm that might revolutionize these processes. With their new software researchers are able to forego the use of considerable amounts of computing capacity, (...)
[Science daily]

From the archive, 29 October 1979: Russian way with the mathematical travelling salesman
Unknown Russian mathematician LG Khachian offers a solution to a problem that has the computing world baffled Continue reading...
[The Guardian]

Met Office supercomputer confirmed
Plans are unveiled for a £97m supercomputer which will boost the Met Office's computing capacity by 13 times, improving weather forecasting and climate modelling.
[BBC]

NewVoiceMedia named as finalist at UK IT Industry Awards
NewVoiceMedia, the leading provider of cloud contact center solutions, has been selected as a finalist in the Cloud Provider Innovation of the Year category of the 2014 UK IT Industry Awards. The Awards, which are run by The Chartered Institute for IT (BCS) and Computing magazine, are a (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Recognizing emotion in text :-S the business benefits :-)
Researchers have advanced the field of affective computing -- the creation of computer systems that recognize, express and process human emotions -- by proposing a new way to recognize emotion in text. Their development has significant potential for business (...)
[Science daily]

1980s American aircraft helps quantum technology take flight
The X-29, an American experimental aircraft has inspired quantum computing researchers in a development which will bring the technology out of the lab.
[Science daily]

Apple's iPad launch was all about dog-whistle computing analysis
Thursdays much expected iPad announcement seemed underwhelming. But underneath, theres a more subtle message Continue reading...
[The Guardian]

IBM Announces First Commercial Application of IBM Watson in Africa
IBM (NYSE: IBM ) and Metropolitan Health today announced the first commercial application of Watson in Africa. IBM's Watson is a groundbreaking computing platform able to interact in natural language. By tapping into the power of Watson, Metropolitan Health aims to transform health advisory (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

IBM Announces First Commercial Application of IBM Watson in Africa
IBM (NYSE: IBM ) and Metropolitan Health today announced the first commercial application of Watson in Africa. IBM's Watson is a groundbreaking computing platform able to interact in natural language. By tapping into the power of Watson, Metropolitan Health aims to transform health advisory (...)
[WebWire Computer networks]

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