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Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

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At Embedded Technology 2008, Omron exhibited its OmCR, an optical character recognition software that can identify and translate text from a picture. This system can be used on cell phones and computers.

Up till now, OCR progams had difficulty recognizing characters in poor lighting or complex images. This program is intended for translating billboards and signs, menus, business cards and websites.

The Mobile OmCR can be equipped on various equipment and Omron plans on developing androids, iPhones, various cell phones and embedded equipment which support this software.

Currently OmCR is set to translate to Japanese.

World Business: Precision Incisions 24/10/08

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

World Business: Health care technology has come a long way from the crude surgical tools of the 19th century to the advanced keyhole techniques seen today. Now there is a whole new generation of technology that could revolutionize the Doctors surgery of the 21st century, surgical robots.

Breaking News: GE Realigns Businesses

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

General Electric Reorganizes Business, From Six Businesses to Four: GE Technology Infrastructure, GE Energy Infrastructure, GE Capital, and NBC Universal; GE Names John Krenicki the New Vice Chairman

Thermal Solar’s Time to Shine

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

When people think solar power, they think blue photovoltaic cells, but thermal solar technology has been around for decades. Santiago Seaga, CEO of Abengoa Solar, talks about how thermal solar harvests the sun’s rays to turn water into steam, driving a turbine and creating electricity, even at night.

Somebody’s watching me

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

what do you do when technology takes over your life and you cant Control it? OH MY!

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Breakfast: Google Street View

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

Paul Henry talks to Computer World editor Rob ONeill about the new Google street view technology.

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Join the Virtual Army

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

The US Army uses new technology to entice recruits. A life sized video game rolls into towns to give people a little taste of what war could be like

Diggnation – Episode 167 – Coolest Diggnation Contest Ever!!

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

How Digg Works: New Digg Technology Blog, Show Me Your Genitals Pt. 2, One Badass Book Scanner, The 65 MPG Ford that the U.S. Can’t Have, Higher and Higher!

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Charles Simonyi

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

Charles Simonyi, Microsoft Former Chief Architect, Spaceman, Sees the Future of Software Development

Yesterday at the Technology Review’s annual summit on the MIT campus, Charles Simonyi, former chief architect Microsoft where, he lead the creation of Excel and Word, made the keynote speech.

He outlined a new approach to creating software, which is the business of his company Intentional Software. The system integrates “domain experts” with software developers. Here’s a report on ZDNet and another on CNET.

Charles Simonyi has accumulated quite a bit of wealth, Forbes put his net worth at $1 billion. He is one of the first space tourists, having paid $20 million for a two week trip on the International Space Station. His pal Martha Stewart accompanied him to Russia where she cooked a dinner to bring up in space for Charles and those lucky cosmonauts!

Doing the interview for Beet.TV here is Jason Pontin, editor and chief and publisher of Technology Review.

Speaking of Excel, it’s been in the news over the last couple of days with the discovery of a multiplication error. We did not ask Charles about his thoughts about it. Darn!

Great Times at MIT!

Hangin’ with Jason and Jai Singh (c), Editor-in-Chief of CNET’s Jai was Jason’s first boss way back in the InfoWorld days. Jai flew in from San Francisco for the conference.

Much more video to come: Great interviews with Kevin Rose, “our man in Paris” Tariq Krim of Netvibes and we “StumpledUpon” Garrett Camp! (The threesome above.) And others. Also, we swung by Forrester Research in Cambridge for the scoop on the HD formats war, the future of PC’s and more. Stay tuned to the purple channel!

— Andy Plesser

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The future of energy

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

Oct. 5 – A technology and innovation explosion cold be on the horizon as U.S. businesses look for new ways to deliver eco-friendly energy. Some say it could look a lot like the internet boom. A technology and innovation explosion could be on the horizon as US businesses look for new ways to deliver energy across the country. Manoush Zomorodi reports.

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