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Posted on: Apr, 29th 2012
Lena Soderberg
A photo has been converted in the standard of reference in the computer sciences. Over this have been applied, from the years 70, a big quantity of algorithms of graphic computing, compression and artificial intelligence. Follow reading "The photo of Lena Söderberg"

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Posted on: Nov, 12th 2010
WiFi logo with bones behind
Neither me nor anyone knows if the radiations of WiFi networks and mobiles are bad to the health. There are an infinity of scientific studies about the effects of the electromagnetic non-ionizing radiations in the health, the fifty percent says that there are not evidences that prove that exists adverse effects, and the other fifty percent assert that there are. Read more of "Are WiFi Networks healthy? (II)"

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Posted on: Jul, 27th 2010
Computable Minds in a N70
Some of you would think that has to do this post with computers. Well, the reason is that I'm going to talk about some tricks from the world of informatics that will allow you write SMS messages with fewer characters, with the consequent save of money. Show more of "Tricks for save money in your SMS"

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Posted on: Sep, 24th 2010
crane
Internet allows that any computer cans communicate with any other computer independently of the distance. This is not magic but is thanks to large cables buried in the seabed that ply the seas and oceans around the world. ¿Do you want know the technology of these cables? Learn more about "The impressive submarine cables (first part)"

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Posted on: Aug, 27th 2011
blue screen of death
There are computer systems that can be danger to human, and when one of these system has not passed the necessary tests, then can occur mortal errors. Here I'm going to comment some of the software errors that more deaths has been left. Follow discovering "Mortal computer errors"

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Posted on: Nov, 2nd 2010
Diagram of the time server from the stratum-0 to the stratum-3
Have asked yourself sometime if exists an universal reference clock?. In reality doesn't exists, because the time is relative, but a lot of computer applications, specially for the programs that make operations in the stock exchange or bank transactions, is needed have the clocks in the earth synchronized. Finish reading "Stratum: How we know what time is it?"
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