Computable Minds

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Posted on: Jun, 20th 2011
Inside of a hard disk
Often the people lost the data of their hard disk due to don't know some of the more common things that they mustn't do with them. Do you want to know how much lifetime has a hard disk?, How enlarge its life? or how you can break it accidentally? Read more of "Prolongs the lifetime of your hard disk drive"

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Posted on: Apr, 27th 2011
typewriter
Because of the close of the last factory of typewriter (Godrej and Boyce), I'm going to talk about the distribution of the keys on a computer keyboard, because they have inhereted the distribution of its keys. This is a fateful contribution to the computer world, do you want to know why? Don't miss the rest of "Why that position of the keys?"

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Posted on: Aug, 17th 2010
Firefox logo above of IE6 logo
A lot of enterprises announced already in the moment that will go to leave of giving support to the browser Internet Explorer 6 (IE6) in their tools, for instance: Google left of giving support in its searcher and Gmail, Facebook, Yahoo, Digg and Microsoft itself, that did a campaign to discredit to its browser that said: "You wouldn't drink nine year old milk, so why use a nine year old browser?". But there are good reasons for all of this. Finish reading "The worst virus of Internet: Internet Explorer 6"

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Posted on: Jul, 15th 2012
Microsoft vs WebGL
Internet Explorer, that sadly is the most popular web browser is also the worst in the fulfilment of standards and the one that delay more in implementing them. Taking advantage of their dominant situation Microsoft, decided that the new versions will not going to be compatible with the new open standard for the 3D Web (WebGL) to try favour the implantation of their proprietary technology (Silverlight), but that decision could be a bad idea. Deep in "Microsoft Internet Explorer versus the 3D Web"

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Posted on: Feb, 22nd 2011
Watson
From the years 60 are being developed question answering systems. I'm talking about applications capable of answer to questions realized by humans. At that time only was possible do systems restricted to a concrete context, as BASEBALL and LUNAR, that answer to questions about footbal players of EEUU and lunar stones, respectively. Since them these systems have been evolved a lot of and every time we are more near of achieve an AI with a level of knowledge of the world similar to the human beings. Continue discovering "Question answering systems"

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Posted on: Jul, 2nd 2010
Emoticons MSN
In this post I'm going to talk about a fail that would shame to Bill Gates and would made him fire some of their engineers. An error that impede the users put emoticons easily at the chat application more used, the Microsoft Messenger. Follow discovering "The rebel emoticons of messenger"
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