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Online answer engine Wolfram Alpha, which answers factual queries by computing answers from structured data, unveiled a new feature on Thursday that allows users to conduct personal analytics using their Facebook data.
Apple’s Siri virtual assistant now accounts for one-quarter of all queries made on the computational search engine Wolfram Alpha, the New York Times reported on Monday in a profile of the search engine’s upcoming premium service.
New gridMathematica 8 adds CUDA and OpenCL support simplifying management of heterogeneous high-performance computing. Champaign, IL (PRWEB) July 14, 2011 Wolfram Research today announced the release of gridMathematica 8, the latest version of Wolframâ€™s widely used platform for grid computing.
Get closer than ever before to the natural worldâ€™s most highly coveted and valued gems and jewels with an alluring new app book from Touch Press. Champaign, IL/London, UK (PRWEB) May 04, 2011 The University of Chicago Press and Touch Press in collaboration with The Field Museum are proud to announce that Gems and Jewels for iPad is now available on the App Store.
Solar System for iPad, the much-anticipated new title from Touch Press (publisher of The Elements) and Faber and Faber, is a breakthrough interactive book, created to inform and inspire people about our nearby astronomical neighborhood, presenting a wealth of spectacular imagery received from robot spacecraft.
New Mathematica 8 Integrates Wolfram|Alpha â€“ One of More than 500 New Features Champaign, IL (Vocus) November 15, 2010 Wolfram Research today announced the release of Mathematica 8, the latest version of its flagship computation, development, and deployment platform that introduces the breakthrough concept of linguistically controlled computing.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., March 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Wolfram Alpha LLC, creator of the breakthrough Wolfram|Alpha computational knowledge engine, today announced the appointment of Barak Berkowitz as Managing Director.
In an effort to dethrone Google from its long-held position of hegemony in the Internet search engine market, Microsoft is looking to â€˜trick outâ€™ its own search service Bing by linking up with other Web sites to bring customers a variety of new tools and informational forums.
A spokesman for Google said on Monday the company has identified social networking sites like Facebook as growing competitors in Internet search.
While Google reigns superior over other Internet search engines like Yahoo or Microsoft, an upcoming new challenger, WolframAlpha, is offering some effective alternatives.