using new technology

using new technology

China reinforces its 'Great Firewall' to prevent encryption

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It may be a real problem for Chinese citizens and Westerners, but that hasn't stopped the Chinese government from using new technology to plug holes in the "Great Firewall of China." [Read more]...
China reinforces its 'Great Firewall' to prevent encryption
Eric Schmidt's North Korea visit pays off: Foreigners can now use mobile Internet

Pixar's Ed Catmull on How to Be "Brave" in Today's Hollywood: The Full D10 Interview (Video)

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With its 12th animated movie — “Brave” — about to open, using new technology, there’s a lot riding on the outcome for Ed Catmull. As the president and co-founder of Pixar Animation Studios and president of Walt Disney Animation Studio, he was key to the debut of the first-ever...
Pixar's Ed Catmull on How to Be "Brave" in Today's Hollywood: The Full D10 Interview (Video)

The Player Piano of the 21st Century

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This weekend, the Juilliard School is using new technology to present a concert that features music played on three pianos—but only one of the pianists will actually be in the room....
The Player Piano of the 21st Century

What Does Skype's Architecture Do?

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In the last few days we have seen reports in the media we believe are inaccurate and could mislead the Skype community about our approach to user security and privacy. I want to clear this up. At Skype, we continue to be humbled and grateful for the commitment to our...
What Does Skype's Architecture Do?

Marketers Track Shopper Retinas

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Consumer-products companies are using new technology to figure out what attracts consumers' attention....
Marketers Track Shopper Retinas
Hot web optimization startup Optimizely gets $28M, boasts 400% revenue growth

Boot up: Raspberry Pi password caution, new Nexus details?, mistakes Jobs made and more

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Plus how far are Americans from Starbucks?, genome sequencing in 50 hours, the rise of 'context' and moreA quick burst of 9 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamContext is the new battleground between Android and iOS >> Scobleizer"Apps that understand context" is Robert Scoble's...
Boot up: Raspberry Pi password caution, new Nexus details?, mistakes Jobs made and more
Maxis and EA finally respond to claims that SimCity can work offline

TV looks to new era of interactive game shows to lure the Facebook generation

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The Million Pound Drop and The Bank Job are proving a bit hit with internet audiences, but it is the data collected from online players which is making advertisers take noticeLive interactive game shows, where viewers compete with on-screen contestants, are the key to persuading the Facebook generation to watch...
TV looks to new era of interactive game shows to lure the Facebook generation

What the Dickens? How Plympton Press Plans to Revive Serial Fiction

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Little Nell, the Bella Swan of her day. (Public domain image via flickr.com/circasassy) When Amazon flipped the switch on its Serials program last Thursday, it also served as the debut of a new startup: Plympton Press, founded by journalist Jenny 8 Lee and novelist Yael Goldstein Love. The company is...
What the Dickens? How Plympton Press Plans to Revive Serial Fiction
Another convenient iWatch leak: Apple reportedly has 100 designers working on it

Google Maps' virtual diving brings the Great Barrier Reef into view

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Catlin Seaview Survey will allow internet users to dip underwater and share discoveries of scientists studying the health of the reefMillions of people will be able to take a virtual dive on the Great Barrier Reef via Google Maps on Wednesday as part of a pioneering underwater scientific expedition.The Catlin...
Google Maps' virtual diving brings the Great Barrier Reef into view
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