Archives mensuelles : novembre 2012

Syrian Revolution Digest: The No-State Solution!

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At this stage, and considering the absence of any serious dialogue on the future of Syria, it seems that the Syrian opposition and their regional and international backers have embraced the no-state solution regarding the current conflict. We can blame international conspiracies all we want, but the fault is essentially ours: the push and pull of different groups, the clash of ideologies, personalities and individual ambitions, the inability to be pragmatic and accept the obvious, all these things are our faults. If Syria is not the first item on our separate agendas, if its integrity is not put above our ideological preferences, then it cannot survive, or prosper. If no common vision is put forward and agreed, there will be no peace, and no Syria.

See on www.syrianrevolutiondigest.com


Inside Microsoft’s Cauldron Of Ideas: From Kinect, Bing And Killing The Blue Screen Of Death, To Code That Can Learn, Pixels You Can Hold And Drugs Compiled From DNA

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Far from being chained to the product pipeline, Microsoft’s research labs operate more like university research departments — with a remit to be the « farseeing eyes » of the company, says Andrew Blake, lab director of Microsoft Research Cambridge.
See on techcrunch.com


The 10 Most Innovative Companies in the World

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Apple ranked as the most innovative company in the world, despite spending significantly less on R&D than most of its competitors.

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The future of the iPad

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« Now that the iPad line has split into two families, the Mini and the Retina, it might make you wonder where the iPad, as a product, is heading. I’ve wondered it, too, even going back to the days before the Mini. The third-gen Retina Display iPad was such a complete product that it made me curious: where could iPads go next? »

See on reviews.cnet.com


Kenya building a digital future in Africa’s silicon savannah

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Fibre optic cable delivering revolutionary change was laid while African neighbours were booking hotels for more talking shops…

See on www.guardian.co.uk


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