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How People Consume Conspiracy Theories on Facebook

… in much the same way as mainstream readers consume ordinary news, say computer scientists.


Via Technology Review

Do you believe that the contrails left by high-flying aircraft contain sildenafil citratum, the active ingredient in Viagra? 260 more words

Conspiracy

Three Questions for J. Craig Venter

Date: 31-07-2014
Source: Technology Review

Gene research and Silicon Valley-style computing are starting to merge.

WHY IT MATTERS: The number of human genomes being sequenced is increasing exponentially. 524 more words

Business / Economy

New Features in the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Spring 2014 Release

Hesam Seyed Mousavi, Jul 30, 2014

Source: MS Dynamics CRM Community

Focusing on the customer, check. Continuing to enhance cloud computing software, check. Working with industry leaders to enhance social and mobile functionality, check. 1,033 more words

Technology Review

Eye-Fi Pro x2 SD Card to transfer images to iPhone

This card will add the ability to transfer photos from your digital camera to your iPhone / iPad (probably android as well as your computer). You should check the EyeFi website to confirm compatibility with your particular camera model.  394 more words

Technology Review

The Panasonic GH4: The New King of DSLR Video

  It’s not every day, that one sees a product that one is completely satisfied with. Almost all products have their set of compromises, some minor, and some, not so minor. 750 more words

Technology Review

What Every Company Should Know About Agile Software Development

Date: 08-07-2014
Source: Technology Review

Does your company make medical devices? How about cars? Or appliances? Or mobile applications? Do you have an external website? 1,142 more words

Information Management & Technology

After the Television Cameras Go Away

In MIT’s Technology Review, Antonio Regalado reports that paralyzed patients are participating in long-term studies of how putting implants in the brain to create brain-controlled prosthetics and computers may help paralyzed people in the future. 270 more words

Nonfiction