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Eben Upton: The Raspberry Pi Pioneer
From ACM TechNews

Eben Upton: The Raspberry Pi Pioneer

Eben Upton, the inventor of the Raspberry Pi computer, got his start coding games in BASIC on a BBC Micro when he was 10. 

Malware Could Steal Data From Iphones ­sing Siri
From ACM TechNews

Malware Could Steal Data From Iphones ­sing Siri

A security vulnerability in the iPhone 5 series of smartphone could be exploited by malicious software and compromise a user's personal information via Siri.

Atlas Drc Robot Is 75 Percent New, Completely ­nplugged
From ACM News

Atlas Drc Robot Is 75 Percent New, Completely ­nplugged

We've always known that the ATLAS DRC humanoid robot was due for some serious upgrades before the DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals, because having a robot that's...

Machine-Learning Maestro Michael Jordan on the Delusions of Big Data and Other Huge Engineering Efforts
From ACM Opinion

Machine-Learning Maestro Michael Jordan on the Delusions of Big Data and Other Huge Engineering Efforts

The overeager adoption of big data is likely to result in catastrophes of analysis comparable to a national epidemic of collapsing bridges.

Skype's Real-Time Translator Learns How to Speak From Social Media
From ACM TechNews

Skype's Real-Time Translator Learns How to Speak From Social Media

Microsoft says its upcoming Skype Translator app will translate multilingual conversations in real time. 

Introducing the Vacuum Transistor: A Device Made of Nothing
From ACM News

Introducing the Vacuum Transistor: A Device Made of Nothing

In September 1976, in the midst of the Cold War, Victor Ivanovich Belenko, a disgruntled Soviet pilot, veered off course from a training flight over Siberia in...

Beyond Tianhe-2
From ACM News

Beyond Tianhe-2

The TOP500 semi-annual ranking of the world's most powerful supercomputers, announced yesterday, revealed that China's Tianhe-2 has kept its first-place position...

Cars That Look and Listen to Find Themselves a Parking Spot
From ACM TechNews

Cars That Look and Listen to Find Themselves a Parking Spot

Researchers affiliated with South Korea's Hanyang University are developing a system to fully automate the parking process, including helping find a parking space...

Mitsubishi Planning Predictive User Interface For Cars
From ACM TechNews

Mitsubishi Planning Predictive User Interface For Cars

Mitsubishi Electric recently demonstrated prototype technology that predicts in-car operations. 
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