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​Microsoft's Magic Mirror will recognize human faces and emotions
Microsoft unveiled a smart mirror that can read human faces and determine a user's emotional state. Is this a good thing... or even a real thing?
Cisco's Meraki spreads its cloud to voice

If you manage your whole LAN in the cloud, why not add in the desk phones, too?

That's what Cisco's Meraki division has done. Its first phone, the MC74, can be managed on the same dashboard Meraki provides for its switches, Wi-Fi access points, security devices, and other infrastructure.

Cisco bought Meraki in 2012 when it was a startup focused on cloud-managed Wi-Fi. The wireless gear remains, but Cisco took the cloud management concept and ran with it. Now Meraki’s approach is the model for Cisco’s whole portfolio.

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13 things you need to know about MU-MIMO Wi-Fi

It's been nearly 20 years since Wi-Fi made its debut, and one of its most significant innovations to date is now beginning to spread: MU-MIMO, an optional feature in Wave 2 of the emerging 802.11ac wireless standard.

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How to control VLC media player from your Android device
If you need to control multimedia on your PC from your Android smartphone, Jack Wallen shows you how with VLC and VLC Direct.
OS X El Capitan: The smart person's guide
This comprehensive guide includes everything you need to know about Apple's OS X El Capitan, including features, requirements, upgrade options, software updates, and more.
From Windows 10, Linux, iPads, iPhones to HoloLens: The tech astronauts use on the ISS
The NASA official who looks after computers on the International Space Station on the role played by both Linux-based and Windows systems throughout the station's history, the rise of mobiles in space...
From Windows 10, Linux, iPads, iPhones to HoloLens: The tech astronauts use on the ISS
The NASA official who looks after computers on the International Space Station on the role played by both Linux-based and Windows systems throughout the station's history, the rise of mobiles in space...
From Windows 10, Linux, iPads, iPhones to HoloLens: The tech astronauts use on the ISS
The NASA official who looks after computers on the International Space Station on the role played by both Linux-based and Windows systems throughout the station's history, the rise of mobiles in space...
Software-defined networking touches every industry segment

There’s an inside joke in the software-defined networking industry that “SDN” stands for “still done nothing.” People say that because despite the tremendous hype around SDN, many customers remain confused about what it is, how to deploy it and what the benefits are. This is particularly true in the data center where the stakes are high and any kind of mistake can cost an organization millions of dollars.

About 21 months ago, Cisco launched its Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) solution and threw its hat in the SDN ring. In practicality, ACI is a much broader solution. It uses the principles of SDNs but deals with much more than the network.

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TechRepublic's 'swarm AI' predicts the Preakness
Using Unanimous A.I.'s UNU platform, TechRepublic assembled a 'swarm' to predict Saturday's Preakness Stakes, after swarm AI successfully picked the top finishers of the Kentucky Derby.
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