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Inteligência Artificial ajuda detectar o câncer de mama com 92% de exatidão

Inteligência artificial vence em concurso de detecção de câncer Um grupo de pesquisadores do Centro Médico Beth Israel Deaconess e da Escola Médica de Harvard desenvolveram uma maneira de treinar […]...
by Suprimatec on Jun 22, 2016

Windows Repair (All In One) v3.9.2+Portable. Herramienta para reparar Windows

Windows Repair, nos ayudará a corregir los problemas o errores más comunes de nuestro Windows, entre los que se encuentran: reparar el firewall, los iconos, permisos de registro, políticas, actualizaciones, fallos en el Internet Explorer, y otros,...
by TecnoProgramas on Jun 15, 2016

Fujitsu, NTT DoCoMO launch phone with secure iris-scanning technology

embedded content  The ability to make secure mobile payments with just your eyes glued to your smartphone is no longer just the stuff of science fiction. Tech site Engadget reported NTT DoCoMo and Fujitsu claim that thee iris recognition technology...
by Tech Pinoy on May 15, 2015

Messenger spacecraft to crash into Mercury after studying it for years

The spacecraft that captured the first photos of ice on Mercury is bidding us all farewell on April 30th. NASA's MErcury Surface, Space ENvironment, GEochemistry and Ranging (Messenger) spacecraft is almost out of propellant after spending over six-a...
by engadget on Apr 20, 2015

Sony's new flagship smartphone has an image-stabilizing selfie camera

Sony's unveiled its new smartphone in Japan, the Xperia Z4, and like you might tell from the press images, it's mighty familiar one from a company still looking for its next big hit. Yep there's a lot of similarities compared to the Z3 (a phone that...
by engadget on Apr 20, 2015

Here's the next rocket that will carry US satellites into space

You may not be familiar with United Launch Alliance, but it's about to handle a large chunk of US space launches -- and that makes the rocket you see above particularly important. That's Vulcan, ULA's newly unveiled launch system for satellites and s...
by engadget on Apr 20, 2015

Here's the next rocket that will carry US satellites into space

You may not be familiar with United Launch Alliance, but it's about to handle a large chunk of US space launches -- and that makes the rocket you see above particularly important. That's Vulcan, ULA's newly unveiled launch system for satellites and s...
by engadget on Apr 20, 2015

Messenger spacecraft to crash into Mercury after studying it for years

The spacecraft that captured the first photos of ice on Mercury is bidding us all farewell on April 30th. NASA's MErcury Surface, Space ENvironment, GEochemistry and Ranging (Messenger) spacecraft is almost out of propellant after spending over six-a...
by engadget on Apr 20, 2015

Sony's new flagship smartphone has an image-stabilizing selfie camera

Sony's unveiled its new smartphone in Japan, the Xperia Z4, and like you might tell from the press images, it's mighty familiar one from a company still looking for its next big hit. Yep there's a lot of similarities compared to the Z3 (a phone that...
by engadget on Apr 20, 2015

Hitchbot's poetry-writing sibling will also make its way across Canada

While Hitchbot was bumming rides across Canada and Germany, its sibling kulturBot remained at home to keep their "parents" company. Now kulturBot is going on an adventure of its own, traveling with musicians, poets and other artistic types aboard the...
by engadget on Apr 19, 2015

Bad software update kills many Wink smart home hubs

Now for the downside of a house loaded up with "smart" devices to allow remote control and monitoring: turning your home into a computer means computer-like problems. Today's example comes from the Wink Hub, a $50 device sold at Home Depot that's sup...
by engadget on Apr 19, 2015

Inhabitat's Week in Green: cheaper EVs, synthetic leaves and clay-pot speakers

Each week our friends at Inhabitat recap the week's most interesting green developments and clean tech news for us -- it's the Week in Green. For more than three years, the Western United States -- especially California -- has been gripped by the ...
by engadget on Apr 19, 2015

Your Google Wallet funds are now insured

The money in your bank account is typically covered by federal insurance, but your internet payment services typically aren't. If PayPal or Venmo went belly-up, you'd probably lose your existing balance. That won't be a problem if you're using Google...
by engadget on Apr 19, 2015

Sony's super-thin 4K TV arrives this summer

A year after Sony's 4K TV launch, the company is detailing the US launch of a revamped collection with HDR-compatible sets. You can now pre-order six models in Sony's new Ultra HD lineup, with deliveries arriving in May. The line starts off with a 43...
by engadget on Apr 19, 2015

Comcast and TWC will negotiate with officials to save their merger

The merger between Comcast and Time Warner Cable is no longer as certain to get approval as it once was, and the two cable giants know it. Wall Street Journal sources understand that the companies will meet with Department of Justice officials this w...
by engadget on Apr 19, 2015

Wink has a fix ready for its busted smart home hubs

Over the last day Wink Hub smart home controllers were hit with a long outage that left many users disconnected for good and needing to return their units. Now, the company has worked out a solution that owners can apply themselves. Several people wh...
by engadget on Apr 19, 2015

The law that predicts computing power turns 50

Today represents a historic milestone in technology: it's the 50th anniversary of Moore's Law, the observation that the complexity of computer chips tends to double at a regular rate. On April 19th, 1965, Fairchild's Gordon Moore (later to co-found I...
by engadget on Apr 19, 2015

Norway will lead the effort to switch off FM radio

Some countries are already stepping up their transition to digital radio, but Norway thinks it can one up them all. The nation's Ministry of Culture has revealed plans to switch off FM radio across the country in 2017, making it the first country to...
by engadget on Apr 19, 2015

How would you change Sony's PlayStation Vita TV?

It's a PlayStation Vita that you can connect to your TV, but that doesn't mean you should automatically go out and buy one. When we reviewed the hardware last year, we found that the low price and ability to play retro games were great, but the media...
by engadget on Apr 19, 2015

How would you change Sony's PlayStation Vita TV?

It's a PlayStation Vita that you can connect to your TV, but that doesn't mean you should automatically go out and buy one. When we reviewed the hardware last year, we found that the low price and ability to play retro games were great, but the media...
by engadget on Apr 19, 2015


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