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A team of French researchers experiment with a robot controlling a human arm
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Users can start borrowing books from Amazon right now, but how does it work?
Probably not, but the longer you wait to get your content on the IPv6 internet, the more you risk your customers losing access
Computers can't quite match human brains yet, but new research from IBM shows that computers may catch up
Developers applaud Oracle's intent but see long odds on Apple allowing JavaFX apps to run on iOS
If properly upgraded automatically when issues come up, the protocol is still useful
Big Data crunching might not be the answer to all your prayers
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A simple guide to setting up the flexible CMS
Google's own CEO seems to have lost interest in Google+, so why shouldn't we?
Stream or download your entire music library from the iCloud
User experience and UI nuances pose the biggest challenge to tap into gesture-savvy iOS, Android and Windows 8
Programming tools for mobile, animation, video and more
How did such sophisticated speech recognition technology come to be? It started back in the 1950s
For Google Apps accounts, Google+ comes with some unique features and benefits, as well as some concerns and caveats.
After being turned down by Apple, British caterer worked with Nokia to design a dock that can go everywhere
The GhostBox software is being developed to cut off access to private data outside secure locations
Researchers found hundreds of SCADA bugs in just a few months
If your computer is infected, it's not Microsoft. It's your fault for not buying the latest version
Third and final service pack for Office 2007 wares promised soon
Do you hate how Spotify now tells all your Facebook friends what you are listening to?
Quantum algorithms could deliver exponential advances in compute speed