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Zooming in on panoramas with your tablet
Most people are familiar with the fictional world of "Star Trek," in which the characters can use a holodeck to create and interact with virtual worlds. It is possible to recreate a similar (but milder) effect in the real world using 360-degree panoramic images. Researchers are bringing them (...)
[Science daily]

An introduction of library operating system for Linux
Our objective is to build the kernel network stack as a shared library that can be linked to by userspace programs to provide network stack personalization and testing facilities, and allow researchers to more easily simulate complex network topologies of linux routers/hosts. Although the (...)
[OSNews]

Computer programming: System automatically finds common type of programming bug
Integer overflows are one of the most common bugs in computer programs -- not only causing programs to crash but, even worse, potentially offering points of attack for malicious hackers. Computer scientists have devised a battery of techniques to identify them, but all have (...)
[Science daily]

Medisoft Version 20 Now Available For Purchase and Download
This new McKesson Medisoft Version 20 program allows the medical office staff to hand their patient a tablet computer and lets the patient enter the information on the tablet, instead of the old paper forms.  Then when the patient is finished with typing in the information on the iPad or Droid (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

As diagnosis codes change, data lost in translation -- in both directions
Changes in how medical diagnoses are coded under the latest international disease classification system -- known as the ICD-10 codes -- may complicate financial analysis, research projects and training programs that depend on look-back comparisons of health care data, report (...)
[Science daily]

New possibilities for treatment of breast cancer arise, with the help of mathematics
A means of reprogramming a flawed immune response into an efficient anti-tumoral one was brought to light by the results of a translational trial relating to breast cancer. Thanks to the innovative combination of mathematical modelization and experimentation, only 20 tests were necessary, (...)
[Science daily]

Antivirus labels itself as malware
Two Panda Security antivirus programs marked corrupted files in their own systems as malign, causing them to stop working.
[BBC]

Antivirus labels itself as malware
Two Panda Security antivirus programs marked corrupted files in their own systems as malign, causing them to stop working.
[BBC News]

UK surveillance 'lacks transparency'
The legal framework surrounding surveillance by MI5, MI6 and GCHQ is "unnecessarily complicated" and "lacks transparency", MPs say.
[BBC]

UK surveillance 'lacks transparency'
The legal framework surrounding surveillance by MI5, MI6 and GCHQ is "unnecessarily complicated" and "lacks transparency", MPs say.
[BBC News]

Developers neglect privacy, security in health apps
Telemedicine researchers have proposed a series of recommendations to programmers to improve the security of health applications on mobile devices. According to these specialists, it is a rapidly growing area, but the insecure handling of clinical and medical data can be critical for users. (...)
[Science daily]

Computer scientists simplify parallel programming
Modern software takes computational speed for granted. But modern microprocessors can only speed up by increasing the number of cores. To take full advantage of multiple cores, software developers have to arrange their code in such a way that it is executable in parallel – an error-prone and (...)
[Science daily]

HoloGramma: How Tech Can 'Bring Back' Our Departed: South By Southwest Session Explores the Nature of Death in the Digital Age
The time has come when a person's digital imprint will survive long after death. Thanks to social media, archives of photo and video memories, and advances in holographic engineering, people are going to live on the Internet far longer than their ability to post updates. A panel titled “ (...)
[WebWire Consumer electronics]

HoloGramma: How Tech Can 'Bring Back' Our Departed: South By Southwest Session Explores the Nature of Death in the Digital Age
The time has come when a person's digital imprint will survive long after death. Thanks to social media, archives of photo and video memories, and advances in holographic engineering, people are going to live on the Internet far longer than their ability to post updates. A panel titled “ (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

When it comes to nuclear disaster, safety really is in numbers
The safety of nuclear plants, as well as the medical management of acute radiation syndrome, could soon be dramatically improved thanks to a new mathematical equation.
[Science daily]

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