NASA's GOES-13 satellite captured the storm that whipped through much of New England. Canceled travel plans? Here's a look from the sky.
By Boonsri Dickinson
| December 28, 2010 -- 11:00 GMT (03:00 PST)
| Topic: Innovation
Fast superbug test can identify staph infection within hours
Limiting climate change improves human and agricultural production
A new lab studies what it is like to be an avatar
App sends Mars Rover images to your smartphone
Senate Committee happy for Consumer Data Right Bill to be passed in current form
Nvidia looking to surf data science wave into the data center
As enterprises shift to distributed forms of computing, Nvidia hopes to slide into the datacentre.
Law of attraction: Particle robot proves many hands do light work
The idea is simplicity itself: Instead of one complex robot, build a whole ecosystem of basic bots and teach them to team up.
Google hit with €1.49 billion antitrust fine by Europe over online advertising
Europe hits Google with another fine - this time costing the firm more than one percent of its turnover for breaching antitrust rules.
Congressional AI caucus co-chair calls for five-year AI plan
Congressman Jerry McNerney wants America to develop a long-term plan to resist advances made by China, India, and Russia.
The future of graphics is unquestionably AI image generation: Jensen Huang
Nvidia CEO tells ZDNet that a new take on Quake II points the way to the future.
Tencent to axe 10 percent of senior managers: Report
A number of Chinese tech companies have reportedly announced plans to axe staff despite the claims being denied by China’s official department.
100 vendors make Aussie whole-of-government software panel
The panel refresh is meant to simplify how the Australian government procures tech-related products and services.
Boeing 737 Max: Software patches can only do so much
Systems architects, engineers, and management can all learn from the history of the development of this complex aircraft.