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Tagged: software

  • A More Personalized Internet?

    Yahoo Pipes lets people make highly customized feeds that combine information from multiple sources and weed out the junk.

  • Using the Internet Anonymously?

    New open-source software by IBM could let people minimize their digital footprints, potentially curbing online fraud.


  • Joost Another YouTube?

    Joost could become a major distribution channel for television–if it can overcome a few practical problems.


  • Walking like a Bomber

    New strides in radar and gait-analysis software show that it’s possible to detect when someone is carrying a bomb well before he or she reaches a security checkpoint.


  • A Second Life for Big Business

    Technology companies are building virtual headquarters in the video game Second Life to win customers and keep employees happy.

  • IBM's Software Predictions

    New software visualization tools will help make sense out of the increasing abundance and complexity of information.


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