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The iPhone 6 was revealed on September 9, 2014. Find out what features should have Android developers scrambling to pick up the slack.
In this paper, performance of MANET routing protocol was analyzed using OPNET modeler 14.5. The protocols were tested using the same parameters with random mobility. Performance of...
Here's an article that makes the process of securing a software development job (which for us usually lands on the .NET/C# side of things) more fun by treating it like the "cheat c...
Verizon's latest report on data breach statistics offers security pros a guide to the most persistent threats and where attention should be focused to defend against them.
Network Boosting (NB) is an ensemble learning method that combines weak learners together based on a network and can learn the target hypothesis asymptotically. The experiment resu...
The authors present Virtual High-resolution Time (VHT), a power-proportional time-keeping service that offers a baseline power draw of a low-speed clock (e.g. 32 kHz crystal), but ...
Many of today's chess champions rely on computers to help them prepare for matches. Learn about some of the behind-the-scenes preparation that goes into Hikaru Nakamura's winning m...
If you're designing a new storage system, read about these seven storage gotchas that could lead to you having a lot of time on your hands.
The black oceans of the deep web, and the crystal clear databases The Web is opaque. Currently ?December, 2009? we are still sailing ?our? black oceans. Or, we are surfing somewh...
?Path-creating? Capability Accumulation Across Discontinuous Policy Regimes: Findings From Forestry, Pulp And Paper Firms In Brazil
This paper builds on influential studies of technological catch-up to examine a slightly different kind of "Path-creating" capability accumulation trajectory in latecomer natural r...