Advertisements


Why don"t my document photos rotate correctly?

A new technique that can correct a phone's orientation by tracking the rotation sensor in a phone has now been developed. When people take document photos their smartphones become parallel to the documents on a flat surface. This intention of photogr.....»»

Source:  SciencedailyCategory: SoftwareJul 19th, 2017Related News

New firewall protects cellphones from security threat

Some 400 million people change their phone's components, such as touchscreens, chargers, and battery or sensor assemblies, which are all susceptible to significant security breaches and attacks. These components, referred to as 'field replaceable uni.....»»

Source:  SciencedailyCategory: SoftwareJul 19th, 2017Related News

Task Force finds open data"s 2 biggest challenges are finding it and using it when you do find it

Two of the greatest challenges to effectively using open research data are that: even when it is notionally accessible researchers often simply cannot find that data, and if they do find it they cannot use it because of frustrating format variabilit.....»»

Source:  SciencedailyCategory: SoftwareJul 19th, 2017Related News

Hackers could use brainwaves to steal passwords, study finds

EEG headsets, growing in popularity among consumers, need better security, suggests a team of researchers who say that hackers could use the items to steal passwords......»»

Source:  SciencedailyCategory: SoftwareJul 19th, 2017Related News

Kinect scan of T. rex skull addresses paleontological mystery

A new system with $150 worth of hardware offers alternative to 3-D scanners that cost 200 times as much, report scientists who have used it on the skull of a T. rex dinosaur......»»

Source:  SciencedailyCategory: SoftwareJul 19th, 2017Related News

3-D models help scientists gauge flood impact

Using one of the world's most powerful supercomputers, a research team performed one of the first highly resolved, 3-D, volume-of-fluid Reynolds-averaged Navier-Stokes (RANS) simulations of a dam break in a natural environment. The simulation allowed.....»»

Source:  SciencedailyCategory: SoftwareJul 19th, 2017Related News

Technology edits voices like text

New technology may do for audio recordings of the human voice what word processing software did for the written word. The software, named VoCo, provides an easy means to add or replace a word in an audio recording of a human voice by editing a transc.....»»

Source:  SciencedailyCategory: SoftwareJun 30th, 2017Related News

Data sharing can offer help in science"s reproducibility crisis

Criticism that researchers in the psychological and brain sciences are failing to reproduce studies -- a key step in the scientific method -- may have more to do with the complexity of managing data, rather than an attempt to hide methods and results.....»»

Source:  SciencedailyCategory: SoftwareJun 30th, 2017Related News

Statistical safeguards in data analysis and visualization software

Computer scientists have shown a new way to help prevent users of data exploration software from making false discoveries......»»

Source:  SciencedailyCategory: SoftwareJun 30th, 2017Related News

A fresh math perspective opens new possibilities for computational chemistry

A new mathematical “shortcut” is speeding up molecular absorption calculations by a factor of five, so simulations that used to take 10 to 15 hours to compute can now be done in approximately 2.5 hours......»»

Source:  SciencedailyCategory: SoftwareJun 30th, 2017Related News

Network traffic provides early indication of malware infection

By analyzing network traffic going to suspicious domains, security administrators could detect malware infections weeks or even months before they're able to capture a sample of the invading malware, a new study suggests. The findings point toward th.....»»

Source:  SciencedailyCategory: SoftwareJun 30th, 2017Related News

Transforming how complex marine data is synthesized

Scientists are transforming how complex marine data from the Ocean Health Index is synthesized, communicated and used for coastal management......»»

Source:  SciencedailyCategory: SoftwareJun 30th, 2017Related News

Preventing software from causing injury

Workplace injuries don't just come from lifting heavy things or falling off a ladder. People with desk jobs can develop debilitating hand and wrist problems that make it difficult to work, and poorly designed software could be to blame. However, rese.....»»

Source:  SciencedailyCategory: SoftwareJun 30th, 2017Related News

"Charliecloud" simplifies Big Data supercomputing

Elegance and simplicity of programming are highly valued but not always achieved, says a new report. In the case of a new product, dubbed 'Charliecloud,' a crisp 800-line code helps supercomputer users operate in the high-performance world of Big Dat.....»»

Source:  SciencedailyCategory: SoftwareJun 30th, 2017Related News

How to build software for a computer 50 times faster than anything in the world

Researchers are working to create new and adapt existing software technologies to operate at exascale by overcoming challenges found in several key areas, such as resiliency, data reduction, software libraries and the management of memory, power and.....»»

Source:  SciencedailyCategory: SoftwareJun 30th, 2017Related News

Clear view on stem cell development

Today, tracking the development of individual cells and spotting the associated factors under the microscope is nothing unusual. However, impairments like shadows or changes in the background complicate the interpretation of data. Now, researchers ha.....»»

Source:  SciencedailyCategory: SoftwareJun 30th, 2017Related News

Babies" DNA affects mothers" risk of pre-eclampsia in pregnancy, study finds

Some features in a baby's DNA can increase the risk of its mother developing pre-eclampsia -- a potentially dangerous condition in pregnancy -- a major new international study has revealed for the first time......»»

Source:  SciencedailyCategory: BiomedJun 19th, 2017Related News

How to stop the nasty lurking toxoplasmosis parasite? Target its "stomach," research suggests

One in three people has a potentially nasty parasite hiding inside their body -- tucked away in tiny cysts that the immune system can't eliminate and antibiotics can't touch. But new research reveals clues about how to stop it: Interfere with its dig.....»»

Source:  SciencedailyCategory: BiomedJun 19th, 2017Related News

Financial incentives enhance viral suppression among HIV-positive persons in the US

The use of gift cards significantly increased viral suppression and clinic attendance among HIV-positive patients. Findings showed that there was a four-percent higher percentage of patients with viral suppression at HIV care sites that offered finan.....»»

Source:  SciencedailyCategory: BiomedJun 19th, 2017Related News

Medications underutilized when treating young people with opioid use disorder

Only one in four young adults and teens with opioid use disorder (OUD) are receiving potentially life-saving medications for addiction treatment, according to a new American research......»»

Source:  SciencedailyCategory: BiomedJun 19th, 2017Related News