Friday, 22 June 2012

[TechRepublic] Lego Turing Machine

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Lego Turing Machine: The building blocks of computing in play

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Hands-on with Microsoft's Surface tablet (pictures)

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Top 10 Reasons Why EMC is the Best Choice for Primary and Backup Storage for Small Enterprises (Technologent)

Achieving Information Superiority through the Power of Big Data featuring research by Gartner (Sourcefire)

The Big Payback on Quality Data - Five Tenets Companies Embrace to Realize ROI (Dun & Bradstreet)

Improve Customer Experience with Cisco Collaboration Optimization Services (Cisco Systems, Inc)

Live Webcast: Work Anywhere: Collaboration and the Future of Technology (Citrix Online)


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Alan Turing: Exhibition offers rare glimpse of the man behind the enigma

Artificial Intelligence: What happened to the hunt for thinking machines?

A look into Turing's Cathedral with George Dyson

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