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Overview of the Internet State in Europe

Overview of the Internet State in Europe

In this article we will through some light on the state of the Internet in Europe. This should be done with a focus on two main points, i.e. which countries in the Europe have most Internet users and which countries have the highest penetration of the Internet. There is still… Read more »

Samsung 3D TVs Enjoy 88% Market Share in USA

Samsung 3D TVs Enjoy 88% Market Share in USA

Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. is a global leader in digital media, digital convergence and mobile communication technologies. It is the world’s biggest maker of flat-screen TVs, as its second-quarter share in the global TV market reached a record high on strong demand for its new 3D TV products. Samsung has… Read more »

This Article will Self-Destruct

This Article will Self-Destruct

Nobody can run away from the past. In today’s massively online network through computer, it is literally impossible to dump the past behind anymore. Social networking sites like Facebook where people posts pictures can pop up during a job interview and can make a difference overall changing one’s perspective. And… Read more »

Research on Computer-Related Injuries

Research on Computer-Related Injuries

Anyone who uses computer long term, they are always under the hazards of back pain, blurred vision and mouse related injuries. This is increasing very rapidly and there has been lots of research. A recent study which was published in July 2009 from American Journal or Preventive Medicine, where many… Read more »

Lab-On-A-Tube Monitors Human Brain

Lab-On-A-Tube Monitors Human Brain

Scientists at the University of Cincinnati are developing a new invention nicknamed the “lab-on-a-tube” which measures several parameters of the brain simultaneously. It is being developed by Chunyan Li, PhD a student of Chong Ahn, PhD, in the electrical and computer engineering department. This is a “smart sensor” that measures… Read more »

Simulation of Water Sounds by Computer Scientists

Simulation of Water Sounds by Computer Scientists

Scientists at Cornell University in the Department of Computer Science have discovered an algorithm which can synthesize the sound of water flowing. Until now the methods used to accurately reproduce the sounds made by water have been incomplete since there are situations where the complexity of predicting the sounds which… Read more »

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