Carnegie Mellon tracking algorithm inspired by Harry Potter's Marauder's map (w/ video)
Ecologists warn of overreliance on unvetted computer source code by researchers
Researchers find surprising similarities between genetic and computer codes
(Phys.org) —The term "survival of the fittest" refers to natural selection in biological systems, but Darwin's theory may apply more broadly than that. New research from the U.S. Department of Energy's ...
Linux camp has key to Windows 8 boot lockout
3G protocols come up short in privacy, say researchers
Communication scheme makes popular applications 'gracefully mobile'
The Secure Shell, or SSH, is a popular program that lets computer users log onto remote machines. Software developers use it for large collaborative projects, students use it to work from university servers, ...
Close encounters: When Daniel123 met Jane234 (w/ video)
Tool detects patterns hidden in vast data sets
Researchers from the Broad Institute and Harvard University have developed a tool that can tackle large data sets in a way that no other software program can. Part of a suite of statistical tools called MINE, ...
Wearable depth-sensing projection system makes any surface capable of multitouch interaction (w/ video)
(PhysOrg.com) -- OmniTouch, a wearable projection system developed by researchers at Microsoft Research and Carnegie Mellon University, enables users to turn pads of paper, walls or even their own hands, arms ...
Intel-McAfee preview new rootkit weapon
Data from savvy cabbies to help improve online mapping
Google buys Canadian 3D desktop software startup
Bump Technologies told fans of its 3D desktop computer software on Monday that it has been bought by Google.
What Microsoft didn't say about Windows 10 is important to know
There's a lot to like about Windows 10, the next version of Microsoft's flagship operating system. But the tech giant has also worryingly left unanswered a lot of important questions about the software.