MIT's 'intelligent co-pilot' helps you avoid obstacles while driving
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Censoring The Pirate Bay is Futile, ISPs Reveal

torrentfreak.com
The Pirate Bay is arguably the most censored website on the Internet. Courts all around the world have ordered Internet providers to block subscriber access to the torrent site, and more are expected to follow. The idea behind these blockades is that they will help to decrease online piracy. However,...
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HTC EVO 4G LTE firmware update begins rollout today, exterminates the bugs

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Sprint's EVO 4G LTE has seen all sorts of setbacks and obstacles since its official announcement -- a customs roadblock and the lack of a live LTE network, most notably. Regardless, it's the flagship of choice on the Hesse-led carrier's lineup and, as any subscriber that's opted in for...
HTC EVO 4G LTE firmware update begins rollout today, exterminates the bugs

IBM Tweet Chat Today: The Economics Of IT - What It Means In The New Age Of The Cloud and Big Data

techcrunch.com
I am moderating an IBM tweetchat that starts in just a few minutes at 10 a.m. PST. The topic: “The Economics of IT – Cost and Benefits of Integrated Systems.” Follow the hashtag #ExpertSysChat to participate. There is a debate about the relationship between the cloud services like Amazon Web Services...
IBM Tweet Chat Today: The Economics Of IT - What It Means In The New Age Of The Cloud and Big Data

Europe opens up to the cloud — by adding more red tape

gigaom.com
If last weekend’s Amazon outage taught us anything, it’s that the cloud is a complex thing. But it’s particularly convoluted in Europe, where the desire by companies to rely on internet-based services is at odds with the European Union’s relatively tough data protection laws. Trying to reconcile what businesses want...
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Talk point: what's blocking access to contraception?

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Crowdsourcing: Ahead of the London family planning summit, share your views on the practical – and political – challenges to expanding access to contraception globally, and where you liveOn 11 July, world leaders will descend on London for a global summit on family planning, aiming to raise "unprecedented political commitment...
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Researchers create 'rubber-band electronics' material, capable of stretching up to 200 percent (video)

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One of the major issues with embedded medical devices is the lack of flexibility in existing electronics. Fortunately, researchers at the McCormick School of Engineering at Northwestern University have developed a new material that can create electronic components capable of stretching to 200 percent of their original size. One...
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