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How to handle the challenge of storing big data
Business review Australia

How to handle the challenge of storing big data

Companies are now coming to terms with the fact that data generated for and by their company is both physically large and large in value. With plenty of intelligence, information and insight stored within, it must be handled carefully to reach its ... Business review Australia, 1 week ago
Can Data Algebra Make Big Data Faster And Cheaper? Information Week, 1 week ago
Metro Canada

Big Brother Canada audition in Calgary draws hundreds

It's a game of isolation and relationships, manipulation and trust mixed with physical and mental competitions— and thousands of Canadians want to be among the next to be locked in. Big Brother Canada auditions were held Saturday at ...
 Metro Canada1 week ago

Central theory of physics put to test

A really big bang due in a hundred millennia may help astronomers test one of the central theories of physics, CNN's Rachel
 CNN2 weeks ago Black holes heading for 'massive collision,' says astronomer  Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Big Physics Week in Russia

One of the world's largest regular scientific forums was open on August, 31 st in St. Petersburg. "Physics of the Large Hadron Collider" International Conference was held for the third time and was held for the first time in Russia. It lasted until ...
 Strf.ru1 week ago
Design World Online

Big future for cyber-physical manufacturing systems

by BEHRAD BAGHERI, NSF I/UCRC for Intelligent Maintenance Systems (IMS) and JAY LEE, University of Cincinnati The real value of the IoT for manufacturers will be in the analytics arising from cyber-physical models of machines and systems. A ...
 Design World Online2 weeks ago
Dominion Post

Fifth Big Bang Adventure race in Kapiti and Horowhenua approaching

A race which will see competitors pushed to their physical limits at a mystery location returns in just over a month. The Big Bang Adventure Race will be held within the Kapiti and Horowhenua region on Saturday, November 7. The event, which takes ...
 Dominion Post2 weeks ago

Les bleus at the rugby world cup

Think about rugby. Go on, try it. Big, serious and very muddy men will come to mind soon enough, and why not. The sport's last seven world cups have been shared between the big, serious guys, New Zealand, Australia, South Africa and England; these ...
 Livemint.com1 week ago Big guns back for All Blacks as Naholo returns  Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago Wales braced for bruising encounter  IOL1 week ago Rugby World Cup 2015: All Blacks bring back big guns as Waisake Naholo makes injury return  Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago
Harvard Business Review

4 Tips for Launching Minimum Viable Products Inside Big Companies

We have to disrupt ourselves before the market does. It's not an uncommon mandate today. Established enterprises need to innovate to keep pace with the more nimble, smaller startups. Perhaps no approach has captured the imagination of big companies ...
 Harvard Business Review1 week ago
Business Insider

The 3D effects in 'The Walk' are so insane, some people have gotten physically sick in the theater

Sony The film recounts high wire artist Philippe Petit's walk across the Twin Towers of the Wold Trade Center in the summer of 1974. But unlike the previous retelling of Petit's feat, the Oscar-winning 2008 documentary Man on Wire, Zemeckis ...
 Business Insider1 week ago The 3D effects in The Walk are so insane, some people have gotten physically sick in the theater week ago Review: Joseph Gordon Levitt pulls off a balancing act in 'The Walk'  Examiner.com1 week ago

Modi must change rules of the game for 'Make in India'

Along with the US and China, India could be a big enough force in global manufacturing to shift the relative price of manufactures against itself, notes Suman Berry. In a column earlier this year, I explored the promise and the potential pitfalls of the government's 'Make in India' programme. There I noted a possible tension between the government's goals for manufacturing value-added and its goals for manufacturing employment. While the government's ambitions are focused on improving the share ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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