Bringing down the language barrier... automatically
Progress being made by European researchers on automatic speech-to-speech translation technology could help the EU tackle one of the biggest remaining boundaries to internal trade, mobility and the free exchange of information ...
Microsoft Claims Open-Source Technology Violates 235 of Its Patents
The software maker is using the threat of patent violations to try to further muddy the waters around GPLv3.
Taking the drudgery out of software development
(PhysOrg.com) -- Software developers will no longer have to reinvent the wheel when writing new programs and applications thanks to a clever new set of tools and a central repository of 'building blocks'.
What your phone app doesn't say: It's watching
(AP) -- Your smart phone applications are watching you - much more closely than you might like.
Microsoft to release free antivirus PC software
(AP) -- Microsoft Corp. says its new computer security program can be downloaded starting on Tuesday.
Free Adeona service tracks stolen laptops
(PhysOrg.com) -- As college students head back to school with gleaming new laptops, some will, unfortunately, see the last of their machine in a library, cafeteria or dorm room. And it's not just college campuses ...
Google translation 'app' hits iPhone
Google software that turns iPhones into interpreters became available at Apple's online App Store on Tuesday.
The Apple iOS 7 'security flaw' is only a problem if you make it so
Are you worried about reporting that the new Apple iOS 7 update – officially released on Wednesday – already has a "security flaw"?
Microsoft investigates laptop battery drain with Windows 7
Enterprise PCs work while they sleep - saving energy and money - with new software
Personal computers in enterprise environments save energy and money by "sleep-working," thanks to new software called SleepServer created by computer scientists from the University of California, San Diego.
Blink, point, solve an equation: Introducing PhotoMath
I Robot, your companion
Robotic technology is advancing apace and now a top team of European scientists and engineers hope to make the leap from single function ‘dumb’ machines to adaptive learning machines.