New Research Impacts Implanted Devices. At one time it was science fiction to be able to communicate wirelessly with computer based devices. Now not only can we communicate with devices, but there is an effort to connects all kinds of sensors and devices to the internet, wirelessly. The same goes for implanted devices.

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How Big is Youtube and How BIg Can It Get? Late in 2006, when Google announced that they would be buying the startup internet video sharing site “youTube” for a mind boggling 9 ( then) 1.65 billion US dollars, most of the world thought ” what are they thinking?”

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What Is An Open Science Cloud? Access to the vast amounts of data that are available on the globally connected internet is vitally important to further problem solving research and add to the understanding of today’s problems. Much of this data is publically funded but it is not easliy accessible for all members of the […]

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What Do Your Tweets Reveal To Hackers? Researchers at MIT and Oxford University have shown that the location stamps on just a handful of Twitter posts in fact, as few as eight over the course of a single day can be enough to disclose the addresses of the poster’s home and workplace to a relatively […]

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Addicted to Facebook ? You are not alone. I found this piece of research when I was checking my Facebook account at 2.23 this morning. Not really, but I could see how this could become an addiction like alcohol or apple pie ( my family).

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Project Loon May Be Just That, Looney! First Facebook and now Google have plans to provide internet services to areas that are very remote and without phone or cable lines. So how exactly do you do this? Beam the signals from a satellite hanging over the area from space? Actually no they have other possibilities […]

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