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An edited collection of advanced computing news from Communications of the ACM, ACM TechNews, other ACM resources, and news sites around the Web.


The ­.s. Goes All-In on Tech Inclusion
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The ­.s. Goes All-In on Tech Inclusion

A wave of U.S. federal funding aims to make the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields more inclusive.

Smartphone Apps For Social Good
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Smartphone Apps For Social Good

Mobile apps make it easier, faster, and cheaper to create massive impact on social causes ranging from world hunger to domestic violence.

Drivers, These Robots Have Your Back
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Drivers, These Robots Have Your Back

Automated safety systems can prevent an accident before the driver is even aware of the possibility.

The Broadband Is Coming
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The Broadband Is Coming

The world's fastest residential Internet may be found in the middle of the English countryside, built by farmers for farmers.

New News Aggregator Apps
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New News Aggregator Apps

How apps like Inkl and SmartNews are overcoming the challenges of aggregation to win over content publishers and users alike.

Touching the Virtual
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Touching the Virtual

Feeling the way across new frontiers at the interface of people and machines.

Online Privacy
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Online Privacy: Regional Differences

How do the U.S., Europe, and Japan differ in their approaches to data protection — and what are they doing about it?

Leap Into the Future?
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Leap Into the Future?

Whatever Magic Leap is working on, it could revolutionize the fields of augmented and virtual reality.

Keeping Online Reviews Honest
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Keeping Online Reviews Honest

As online reviews become increasingly important to e-commerce and social media sites, computer scientists work on ways to ensure their authenticity.

If I Can Get Wi-Fi Here, I Can Get It Anywhere
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If I Can Get Wi-Fi Here, I Can Get It Anywhere

New York has ambitious plans for its extensive network of pay telephones.

Google and Edx Put ‘youtube For Courses’ Platform on Hold
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Google and Edx Put ‘youtube For Courses’ Platform on Hold

Their collaboration opens the edX platform to some new organizations, but individuals will have to wait a while longer.

Alternatives For the Mouse-Averse
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Alternatives For the Mouse-Averse

Controlling computers with gestures offers greater potential than a mouse ever could.

Is Fingerprint Security Reliable?
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Is Fingerprint Security Reliable?

The strength of biometric locks on Apple's and Samsung's new phones may lie in their convenience.

Better Thinking Tools
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Better Thinking Tools

A new book calls for human-computer interfaces that better support thinking and learning.

Wearable Robots Are No Longer Science Fiction
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Wearable Robots Are No Longer Science Fiction

Exoskeletons will address military, medical, commercial applications.

Crm For Cities
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Crm For Cities

New mobile apps improve citizen-government communications.

Print 2.0
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Print 2.0

Interactive print technology could change the way you read and interact with documents, newspapers, and more.
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