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Chaque Européen effectue environ 117 recherches sur Internet par mois. Telle est la conclusion d'une étude menée par ComScore à l'échelle mondiale. Au total, les internautes effectuent plus de 110 milliards de requêtes par mois, dont 67,5 % sur le moteur de recherche de Google.

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septembre 1, 2009 at 4:57

Publié dans actu magazine

News

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Google search gets algorithm update

Google has rolled out a key upgrade to the algorithm powering its search engine which is based on  technology originally developed by the student was Ori Allon and called Orion.

Google’s new search feature purports to “better understand associations and concepts related to your search”, and therefore to deliver a more meaningful search experience.

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Written by zaccio

mars 25, 2009 at 9:48

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niponne cybernétique

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Mannequin  cybernétique made in Japan



Brune, coupe au carré bien nette, Ucroa est japonaise, elle mesure 1,58 mètre, pèse 43 kilogrammes, et ses parents la surnomment la "cybernétique humaine": et pour cause, il s'agit du dernier robot humanoïde présenté par des chercheurs nippons.Pour dessiner ce prototype Ucroa — son nom technique — ils ont étudié la morphologie de la gent féminine japonaise de 19 à 29 ans, recensée dans une base de données de recherches.L'idée de lui donner le look d'une lycéenne nippone en mini-jupe plissée et grandes chaussettes a vite été abandonnée, "cela faisait mauvaise impression".

Written by zaccio

mars 16, 2009 at 12:41

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Twitter story

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"I'm happy this idea has taken root; I hope it thrives "

Evan Williams helps the world answer the question "What are you doing?" Twitter, the tiny, free world-changing app Williams helped launch, has become a vital connector of people and communities (as well as a fantastic way to keep up with Shaq and Demi Moore).


Before Williams worked on Twitter, he was part of a previous revolution in mass communication, Blogger, while working at Google. He left Google in 2004 to launch the podcasting service Odeo, and Twitter spun out from this in 2006 as a side project based on an idea of Jack Dorsey's.





"On May 31st, 2000, I signed up with a new service called LiveJournal. I was user 4,136 which entitled me a permanent account and street cred in some alternate geeky universe which I have not yet visited. I was living in the Sunshine Biscuit Factory in Oakland California and starting a company to dispatch couriers, taxis, and emergency services from the web.

One night in July of that year I had an idea to make a more "live" LiveJournal. Real-time, up-to-date, from the road. Akin to updating your AIM status from wherever you are, and sharing it. For the next 5 years, I thought about this concept and tried to silently introduce it into my various projects. It slipped into my dispatch work. It slipped into my networks of medical devices. It slipped into an idea for a frictionless service market. It was everywhere I looked: a wonderful abstraction which was easy to implement and understand.

The 6th year; the idea has finally solidified (thanks to the massively creative environment my employer Odeo provides) and taken a novel form. We're calling it twttr (though this original rendering calls it stat.us; I love the word.ed domains, e.g. gu.st). It's evolved a lot in the past few months. From an excited discussion and persuasion on the South Park playground to a recently approved application for a SMS shortcode. I'm happy this idea has taken root; I hope it thrives "

Jack Dorsey

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mars 16, 2009 at 9:36

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Cyberwar

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Kremlin loyalist says launched Estonia cyber-attack


An activist with a pro-Kremlin youth group said he and his friends were behind an electronic attack on Estonia two years ago that paralyzed the NATO state's Internet network.

Ex-Soviet Estonia blamed the Russian government for the attack at the time, though Moscow denied involvement.


The incident prompted the NATO military alliance to review its readiness to defend against "cyber-warfare."


Konstantin Goloskokov, an 22-year-old activist with Russia's Nashi youth group and aide to a pro-Kremlin member of parliament, said he had organized a network of sympathizers who bombarded Estonian Internet sites with electronic requests, – known as a distributed denial-of-service attack – causing them to crash.



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mars 15, 2009 at 9:34

Publié dans actu magazine

Interview

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IT & web personalities in interview

Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, Marc Andreessen, Tom Anderson & Chris DeWolfe, Eric Schmidt, Marissa Mayer and many others

Collections: Charlie Rose Daily Highlights


Written by zaccio

mars 14, 2009 at 9:14

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Tendance

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Les réseaux sociaux détrônent les courriels

La fréquentation des réseaux sociaux a dépassé celle des e-mails à l’échelle mondiale, selon les derniers chiffres de l’institut Nielsen Online établis à fin 2008.

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mars 14, 2009 at 1:40

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