Posts Tagged ‘systems’’

Dynamic Systems: The Science of Machinery, Robots, Medical Diagnostics and Autonomy

Scholarship@Villanova/Outstanding Faculty Research Award Lecture featuring C. Nataraj, PhD, Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Moritz, Sr., Endowed Chair Professor in En…
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Watch Engadget’s CES SuperSession featuring Pebble, Oculus, 3D Systems and Leap Motion

Welcome to CES 2015. When we were originally batting around ideas for this year’s Supersession, we suggested something further off, centered around predictions about where all of this is headed in the decades to come. But while CES is all about …

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3D Systems shows off a $500 3D scanner that clips onto your iPad

As excited as we were to play around with the Sense 3D scanner, the first-generation consumer scanner had some shortcomings. Near the top of the list was the fact that it only worked with Windows. While the operating system has a plenty large install …

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A chip off the 3D printing block: Samsung partners with 3D Systems for custom Note 3 cases (video)

It figures that Samsung would want to take its “Create” tagline for the Note series and press on into 3D printing because: You. Customization. The endless possibilities. And all that other jargon-y industry buzz buzz buzz. Well, now that the Korean …

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3D Systems buys company behind Star Wars, Hobbit and Harry Potter models

Listen, as excited as I was to be turned into a Star Trek character, my heart has always belonged in a galaxy far, far away. So, naturally, I’m a bit excited by this morning’s news that the latest company to be vacuumed up by 3D Systems is a modeling …

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Feedback Loop: frustrating applications, form factors vs. operating systems and more

Welcome to Feedback Loop, a weekly roundup of the most interesting discussions happening within the Engadget community. There’s so much technology to talk about and so little time to enjoy it, but you have a lot of great ideas and opinions that need …

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Next Windows release reportedly codenamed ‘Threshold,’ set to further unify Microsoft operating systems

Microsoft’s on the, erm, threshold of something big — something that’s likely to make its three major operating systems even more similar. Queen of Microsoft leaks Mary Jo Foley has caught word from some unnamed contacts that the next major update to the Windows family is codenamed ‘Threshold.’ That name comes from an internal email from EVP Terry Myerson. The codename reportedly covers updates to Windows, Windows Phone and the Xbox One operating system, bringing even more commonality to the three OSes. The Threshold is title more than just a big abstraction — it’s actually borrowed from the original Halo game, following the Cortana codename the company adopted for its forthcoming personal assistant offering.

Among the shared, cross-OS features are single, unified app store and tool sets designed to further entice developers to create applications for all three. Naturally, none of the higher-ups at Microsoft are confirming the existence of Threshold yet, but Foley’s projecting a spring 2015 release for the upgrades.

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Daily Roundup: 3D Systems Sense review, Smartphone buyer’s guide, hard times for the Wii U and more!

DNP The Daily RoundUp

You might say the day is never really done in consumer technology news. Your workday, however, hopefully draws to a close at some point. This is the Daily Roundup on Engadget, a quick peek back at the top headlines for the past 24 hours — all handpicked by the editors here at the site. Click on through the break, and enjoy.

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Kia and Hyundai could offer Android-based in-car systems in all vehicles next year

While Tesla is still in the early stages of considering an Android emulator, Korea’s ETNews reports that Hyundai and Kia are already bringing the platform (or, at least, a derivative of it) to all their cars by 2014. Kia’s Android-based in-car AVN system, UVO 2.0, comes with an app store of its own …

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DARPA’s Cyber Grand challenge pits bot security systems against each other

It sounds like the seeds of a end-of-days sci-fi hit, but DARPA knows what it’s doing, right? It’s establishing the first-ever tournament for automated network defenses, in which systems would compete against each other to test vulnerabilities, make security patches, and generally wage digital war …

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