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  1. Taming data   20/Feb/17 12:00pm
    System finds and links related data scattered across digital files, for easy querying and filtering.   MIT News - Computer science
  2. The Basics of Industrial Connectivity   20/Feb/17 12:00pm
    Sponsored by Altech Corp. Industrial connectivity includes any component that is in the path of delivering power or control signals to do useful work. Typical connectivity components include connectors and terminal blocks, motor starters and relays. read more   Power Electronics News
  3. Calibrated Mains Frequency Monitor Delivers High Accuracy   20/Feb/17 12:00pm
    Ramkumar Ramaswamy, Silego Technology Monitoring utility power frequency is especially important when setting up a local mini-grid, such as with solar- or wind-powered installations. The inverter in these cases must shoulder the responsibility for monitoring output-power quality. read more   Power Electronics News
  4. Unearthed essay on alien life reveals Churchill the scientist   20/Feb/17 12:00pm
    LONDON (Reuters) - A newly unearthed essay by Winston Churchill shows Britain's wartime leader was uncannily prescient about the possibility of alien life on planets orbiting stars other than the Sun.   Reuters: Science News
  5. UnBrex-pected move: Amazon raises UK workforce to 24,000   20/Feb/17 12:00pm
    Company didn't confirm whether majority to go to AWS or work, er, warehouse Amazon has announced its intention to increase its UK workforce to over 24,000 this year.…   The Register
  6. Google agrees to break pirates' domination over music searches   20/Feb/17 12:00pm tells search engines to demote dodgy websites or face legislation UK government-hosted talks spanning two Parliaments have culminated in Google and Bing at last agreeing to tweak their search results in response to copyright-holders' concerns, thereby heading off threatened legislation on their conduct.…   The Register
  7. NZ firm tucks into $27m on the back of VR 'hologram' promise   20/Feb/17 12:00pm
    You’ll dance with Beyonce in your living room, vows co-founder Analysis 8i, a New Zealand based company, last week landed a large B funding round that reads like a who’s who in the Virtual reality world. Its aim is to bring holograms to the masses. This doesn’t actually mean what it says, but it’s still pretty cool.…   The Register
  8. Love lambda, love Microsoft's Graph Engine. But you fly alone   20/Feb/17 12:00pm
    Open source with a difference, from Redmond Analysis Much has changed at Microsoft since Steve Ballmer described Linux as "a cancer" in reaction to the open-source flag-flyer's threat to Redmond's money-spinning Windows business.…   The Register
  9. New EU rules on portability of online content services move closer   20/Feb/17 12:00pm
    Consumers to be able to access paid-for services when abroad Planned new EU laws aimed at making online content more accessible to those that subscribe to it are closer to being finalised after a deal struck on the new rules earlier this month was endorsed by representatives of national governments across the EU.…   The Register
  10. DraaS-tic times call for DraaS-tic measures in VMware's cloud   20/Feb/17 12:00pm
    Virtzilla debuts disaster-recovery-as-a-service on dedicated hardware Disaster-recovery-as-a-service (DRaaS) is an obvious service to run in the cloud, as the business of operating secondary sites is costly and complex.…   The Register

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