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long term solutions

Startup Spotlight: What’s In This Stuff identifies the gross stuff you’re eating

www.geekwire.com
What's in this Stuff founders Tymon Johns and Chris Smith Ever wonder what’s in your Frosted Flakes or Fritos? A new Seattle startup is looking to provide answers to those questions, allowing users to get the scoop on the ingredients that make up their food. The company — aptly dubbed What’s...
Startup Spotlight: What’s In This Stuff identifies the gross stuff you’re eating
White space broadband as a white knight for rural America

Apple's 2013 Macs will have superfast 802.11ac "Gig Wifi"

9to5mac.com
We’ve long touted the upcoming Broadcom 802.11AC chips as a natural fit for upcoming Macs as well as long term solutions to Apple’s TV streaming product(s). 802.11ac allows wireless networks to transfer data at the speed of Gigabit Ethernet (1.3Gbps on paper, probably a bit below in real world usage)....
Apple's 2013 Macs will have superfast 802.11ac "Gig Wifi"

Maybe big data can quell gun violence -- but not in the way you think

gigaom.com
If the United States really wants to solve its problem with gun deaths, it might want to look at the data. But the process won’t be easy and almost certainly won’t provide a magic model by which to predict mass murders before they happen. The issue appears might be more...
Maybe big data can quell gun violence -- but not in the way you think

Efforts by Apple and Foxconn to Improve Electronics Industry Labor Conditions Starting to Take Hold

www.macrumors.com
In the latest installment of its "iEconomy" series, The New York Times takes a look at the advances made by Apple and Foxconn to improve working conditions at the Chinese factories churning out Apple products since a major push began earlier this year. The report details many changes such as...
Efforts by Apple and Foxconn to Improve Electronics Industry Labor Conditions Starting to Take Hold

Good News for Solving Bufferbloat: CoDel Provides "No Knobs" Solution

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Data transfer speeds have been getting faster and faster, but that doesn't mean that we're actually reaping the full benefits. A few years ago, Jim Gettys put his finger on the "criminal mastermind" behind poor networking performance. Dubbed Bufferbloat, the problem was not a simple one to solve. Not...
Good News for Solving Bufferbloat: CoDel Provides "No Knobs" Solution
I think, therefore I heal: the weird science of neurofeedback

Samsung finishes initial Chinese factory audits, plans long-term solutions to labor woes

www.engadget.com
Samsung faced some serious allegations surrounding the plants of its Chinese contractor HEG Electronics earlier this month, including potentially dire accusations that HEG was employing child labor. The Korean firm promised audits to set the record straight, and we're seeing the first fruits of those inspections today. The results...
Samsung finishes initial Chinese factory audits, plans long-term solutions to labor woes
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