The Rewarding Search For Asuka Beauties

The rewarding search for Asuka beautiesWhen you want the latest updates on how long you have to wait in line to see a popular art exhibition, all you have to do nowadays is to check on Twitter. It is very cool.

Fujitsu Develops Technology Enabling High-speed Search While Accumulating Data At 40-gbps

Fujitsu Develops Technology Enabling High-Speed Search while Accumulating Data at 40-GbpsFujitsu Laboratories Ltd. announced the development of industry's first software technology that can perform high-speed searches on information even as it is being accumulated at a speed of 40-Gbps. While this has been difficult to do in the past without specialized network analysis hardware, Fujitsu Laboratories' new technology can be implemented entirely through software and conventional hardware.

Sony Adds Voice Search And More To Google Tv

Sony adds voice search and more to Google TVToday, Sony is announcing its latest Google TV™ offering with the NSZ-GS8 Internet Player with Google TV™. This uber-cool gizmo plugs easily into your TV – any TV with an HDMI® connection – and allows you to search live TV, the internet and apps. Oh, and you can do it old-school by typing or new-school with voice search – your choice! Good things come in “three’s,” and here are my favorite three features of the new Internet Player:

Star Search 12 Days Of Christmas

Star search 12 Days of ChristmasWhat’s your dream Christmas gift? Perhaps you’ve got the perfect holiday planned, or are just looking forward to spending time with the family… Tell us and you could end up star of Toyota’s very first Christmas musical.

We want you to help us produce a Christmas single by filming yourself, a friend, your children or family singing a spoof version of the traditional carol “12 days of Christmas.”

Hitachi Surveillance Camera System Searches Through 36 Million Faces In One Second

Hitachi Surveillance Camera System Searches Through 36 Million Faces In One Second This surveillance camera system can search through data on 36 million faces in one second. Developed by Hitachi Kokusai Electric, the system can automatically detect a face from either surveillance footage or a regular photo, and search for it.

The search results are displayed immediately, showing thumbnail images of potential candidates. When a thumbnail is selected, the associated recorded surveillance footage can be viewed, so users can quickly review the persons actions before and after the image was taken.