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Wolfram Research has added more capabilities to Mathematica 9, offering formulas to ease social networking analysis, three-dimensional modeling and other computationally complex calculations.
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Popular American science fiction writer Ray Bradbury died in Southern California Tuesday night, he was 91.
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Spotify says it will announce a "new direction," but it's not clear why, or which way it will go. Here are a few educated guesses on what the 10-million-member service has up its sleeve.
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According to a study by the University of Alabama, one third of college students use apps behind the wheel
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An international nonprofit organization, based in West Virginia, has launched a community supportive technology project in their home state.
An Iowa State psychology professor claims his latest study offers conclusive evidence that violent video games increase aggressive behavior in players, but a Texas A&M psychology professor says the study gets it wrong.