Army of Underwater Vehicles to Unravel Ocean Mysteries SAN MATEO, Calif. ? Mr. Spock may think space is the final frontier, but Earth's deep oceans are just as mysterious and unknown. Now, one scientist says thousands of people could explore the oceans using cheap, remotely controlled robots.
Google pushes new video standard that could cut bandwidth use in half One of the constant complaints we hear from wireless and even some wireline ISPs is that the surge in online video demand has put a strain on their networks that leaves them with no choice but to implement unpopular policies such as bandwidth caps. But CNET reports that Google is hoping to make help ISPs significantly ease the strain of video on th......
Google CEO Page: Microsoft?s Outlook Google Talk integration is ?milking off? Google innovation Google CEO isn?t very happy that Microsoft decided to integrate its Google Talk messaging service into its Outlook webmail platform without extending a similar offer to Google for the Gmail platform. Page, speaking during the Google I/O developers conference Wednesday, said that Google always pushes to have open-source platforms that other companie......
Google?s new Android boss says software like Facebook Home could be blocked Android will likely always be open source, but just how open the platform will remain is an ongoing question. In a recent interview with Wired, Google?s new Android boss covered a lot of bases. He discussed the future of Android and dispelled speculation that it might merge with Chrome OS, but he also gave a somewhat unexpected answer to a question......
HP Signs The Python Software Foundation Contributor Agreement
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The Obama administration takes aim at 3D-printed guns
The State Department says posting instructions for the gun online may be illegal
Print, Aim and Shoot: What Does a Plastic Handgun Mean for the Future of 3-D Printing? Print, Aim and Shoot: What Does a Plastic Handgun Mean for the Future of 3-D Printing?
'Space Hackers' Take On Citizen Science for Suborbital Spaceflight
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. ? The increasing demand for flying experiments in space was clearly in evidence over the weekend as a standing room only crowd of 100 people packed into a room here at the Hacker Dojo to hear about a new era of citizen science.