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Hybrid Cloud Integration: An Opportunity for IT

By | Posted 2014-07-23<p>Initial Steps<p>Just 20% of the large businesses surveyed are currently investing in cloud-to-cloud integration to create hybrid …

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How to Build a DIY ‘Bullet Time’ Rig Using Only a Ceiling Fan and a GoPro

Creating time-slices (better known as the bullet time effect) where you freeze a moment in time and move around your subject is an expensive thing. …

How Virtual Reality Can Curb Your Social Anxiety

Here’s how it works. Using a Microsoft Kinect or Asus Xtion Pro Live camera, Xenodu’s software extracts patients from their background and inserts …

3D-printed 'Cortex' cast concept puts a modern spin on bone fracture treatment

To anyone that's ever broken a bone, the negatives of traditional plaster casts are familiar: they're cumbersome, heavy, and can get rather smelly. Victoria University of Wellington graduate Jake Evill is looking to change all that with his Cortex cast. A mere concept for now, Evill says the cast — …

Silicon Alley has its first billionaire: Shutterstock CEO Jonathan Oringer

If you’re a startup founder looking to make it big, New York’s becoming a pretty good place to do it.<p>Jonathan Oringer, the founder and CEO of stock photography company Shutterstock, has become the first billionaire of Silicon Alley, as Bloomberg reports.<p>Oringer, who controls over half of …

Cisco’s internet of things vision is about services and gear

Cisco this week hit the idea of the internet of things hard at its Cisco Live conference in Orlando. But in talking to Cisco executives, I came to …

#MashTag beer crafted from social-media input

Go ahead, pour yourself a cold frosty glass full of Twitter. Mmm, that's good stuff. Scottish craft brewery BrewDog turned over the reins of its latest creation to fans on Twitter and Facebook. The resulting brew, #MashTag, came about after several rounds of voting on the various elements that make …

Skip Silicon Valley: Why Smart Startups Start In Europe

Despite having studied at Stanford University, worked for start-ups in Silicon Valley like Linkexchange and Tellme networks, spent four years at eBay in California in product management, and been an investor at Accel Partners, a venture capital firm with roots in Silicon Valley, I made the …

Germany can keep Eichmann records secret, court rules

Germany's foreign intelligence agency can keep secret some of its records on Adolf Eichmann, the Nazi known as the architect of the Holocaust, a …

U.K. May Approve Creating Babies with DNA from Three People.

Synthetic Drugs Are Multiplying Too Fast for Regulators to Outlaw Them

Why it's hard to control a narcotic if it's made in a laboratory.<p>The good news is that fewer people are using heroin and cocaine, the UN Office on Drugs and Crime says, at least in the Western world. The bad news is that they're finding all sorts of new, legal stuff to get high on.<p>While the use of …

You'll Never Know if the NSA Is Breaking the Law — or Keeping You Safe

This article is from the archive of our partner .<p>What if the NSA's surveillance isn't legal? What if its collection of phone records and its …