delft university of technology

delft university of technology

Mobile Messenger eBuddy Appoints New COO As It Aims To Cash In On Growth

techcrunch.com
In a bid to capitalise on what it says is a period of “accelerated growth”, eBuddy, the Dutch web and mobile messaging company, has appointed Sytse Zuidema as its new Chief Operations Officer, where he’ll be charged with leading the management team and overseeing day-to-day operations, such as sales, marketing,...
Mobile Messenger eBuddy Appoints New COO As It Aims To Cash In On Growth
Twitcident crowd sources tweets to help out in crises

Solving Bill Gates's Potty Problem

allthingsd.com
It’s not often you hear toilet talk from Bill Gates. But, this week the Microsoft founder is focused on toilets. Heck, he even used the word “poop” in a tweet. Michael Hanson/Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation “4 out of 10 people don’t have a safe way to poop – that’s...
Solving Bill Gates's Potty Problem

AR goggles take crime scene technology to CSI: Miami level

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Dutch researchers are looking to catapult crime scene investigation into the 21st century through the use of augmented reality (AR). The prototype system, designed by the Delft University of Technology, employs a pair of AR goggles, two head-mounted cameras and a portable laptop rig to allow investigators to build...
AR goggles take crime scene technology to CSI: Miami level
IPv4 address transfer markets are forming where we least expected

Intern’s paper reveals secret project to port Mac OS X to ARM chips

venturebeat.com
Apple has long been rumored to be working on porting the Mac OS X operating system to run on ARM chips, a move that could help it gain independence from chip maker Intel. Some interesting evidence that such work is taking place emerged today in academic paper written by a...
Intern’s paper reveals secret project to port Mac OS X to ARM chips
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