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Shapeways looks to software to bring down production costs and time to market in its 3-D printing factory in New York City.
Windows 8 gets a lot right, but Microsoft’s determination to offer computer and mobile users the same interface makes the operating system somewhat weird.
In 2012, hardware and software brought us usability advances, faster chips, and gesture control.
A powerful new approach to artificial intelligence is ready to improve many Google products.
Vicarious thinks it can mimic the brain to create software that learns to see as we do.
Connectify Dispatch lets a computer find the best combination of Internet connections for a particular task.
Autodesk got big selling design and engineering software, but to stay on top of trends, it’s now scooping up application makers.
A hacker demonstrates that code can be hidden inside a new computer to put it forever under remote control, even after upgrades to the hard drive or operating system.
HTML5, which enables Web pages to mimic conventional software, also introduces new security problems.