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3-D Printed Shoes Generated Using Conway’s Game of Life

3-D Printed Shoes Generated Using Conway’s Game of Life

Francis Bitonti is equal parts technologist and fashion designer, a rare blend that’s allowed him to make 3-D printed goods that look more Fashion Week than Maker Faire. The post 3-D Printed Shoes Generated Using Conway’s Game of Life appeared first on WIRED. Read the source article at WIRED

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Cloud Infographic – What Are Cloud Access Security Brokers (CASBs)?

Cloud Infographic – What Are Cloud Access Security Brokers (CASBs)?

What Are Cloud Access Security Brokers? “Security is, I would say, our top priority because for all the exciting things you will be able to do with computers – organizing your lives, staying in touch with people, being creative – if we don’t solve these security problems, then people will hold back.” – Bill Gates Cloud

Ad Tech Companies Rely on Internap’s Bare-Metal Servers to Meet Real-Time Performance Demands of Big Data Workloads

Ad Tech Companies Rely on Internap’s Bare-Metal Servers to Meet Real-Time Performance Demands of Big Data Workloads

Internap bare metal delivers high performance, low latency and cost-efficiency for ad tech companies processing more than one trillion ad requests monthly ATLANTA – October 9, 2014 – Leading advertising technology companies are turning to Internap’s (Nasdaq: INAP) bare-metal servers to meet the real-time performance and big data analytics requirements of ad platforms and exchanges. Companies like AudienceScience, eXelate, Taptica,

Hong Kong’s Pro-Democracy Protests Shed Light on Mesh Networking and the Internet of Things

Hong Kong’s Pro-Democracy Protests Shed Light on Mesh Networking and the Internet of Things

Protests Shed Light on Mesh Networking and the Internet of Things It’s been almost impossible to avoid news about the ongoing protests in Hong Kong in recent weeks. The population is demanding greater democracy and autonomy from China – something that was supposedly safeguarded for fifty years after the UK handed control of the principality

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