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Me and my files

(PhysOrg.com) -- If you are fed up with juggling too many incompatible devices, European researchers may have the answer. In their 'me-centric' world, you literally wear all your data and transfer what you ...

dateApr 27, 2010 in Computer Sciences
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Web-ifying the real world

(PhysOrg.com) -- New technologies and tools developed by European researchers will apply the power of online knowledge discovery to offline, real-world situations. These researchers are web-ifying real life.

dateApr 26, 2010 in Computer Sciences
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The internet of meetings

(PhysOrg.com) -- Software created by European researchers is transforming business and education through the complete capture of the audio, video and textual record. It is the internet, for meetings.

dateApr 23, 2010 in Computer Sciences
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When noise becomes the signal

(PhysOrg.com) -- European researchers have developed a new class of electronics that uses noise -- normally a problem -- as part of the signal. It means better, faster electronics.

dateMar 24, 2010 in Engineering
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The internet of cars

(PhysOrg.com) -- An internet of cars promises a road system designed around cooperative technology enabling each element of the traffic system -- cars, drivers, traffic lights, signs -- to cooperate proactively ...

dateMar 22, 2010 in Engineering
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See-through networks

(PhysOrg.com) -- Promising faster, more efficient and cheaper computer networking, transparent networks are the paradigm of the future. But thanks to European researchers, they are on their way already.

dateMar 19, 2010 in Telecom
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Software's take on the light bulb joke

(PhysOrg.com) -- It takes five men to change a light bulb*, even more to pack a shipping crate. After all, filling space is very hard. But a European project has developed tools to optimise packing problems ...

dateMar 12, 2010 in Engineering
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Cloud to tackle money laundering problem

(PhysOrg.com) -- Money laundering is estimated at $1.3 trillion worldwide - a huge problem. Now European researchers are using cloud computing services to boost anti-money laundering efforts by tracking suspicious ...

dateMar 05, 2010 in Computer Sciences
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