RT Journal Article
JF Computer
YR 2014
VO 47
IS 1
SP 18
TI News BriefsK1 UK Natural Environment Research Council
K1 security
K1 Internet route hijacking attacks
K1 Renesys
K1 border gateway protocol
K1 BGP
K1 Belarus
K1 Iceland
K1 Web Index report
K1 World Wide Web Federation
K1 Tim Berners-Lee
K1 robotics
K1 Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne
K1 Laboratory of Intelligent Systems
K1 GimBall
K1 search and rescue
K1 malware
K1 automated teller machines
K1 ATMs
K1 Ploutus
K1 Trojan horse
K1 Symantec
K1 sensors
K1 accidental falls
K1 University of Utah
K1 Neal Patwari
K1 Brad Mager
K1 Xandem Technology
K1 biometrics
K1 face recognition
K1 University of Texas at Dallas
K1 UTD
K1 US National Institute of Standards and Technology
K1 NIST
K1 Alice OToole
K1 GPS
K1 iceberg
K1 B-31
K1 Pine Island Glacier
K1 Antarctica
K1 University of Sheffield
K1 University of Southampton

AB Policies threaten the Web's positive impact on society; a flying rescue robot built to withstand collisions and keep functioning; fears that ATM malware will spread from Mexico to other countries; new sensor technology that could help people who suffer accidental falls; research that indicates that biometric software designed to recognize people should analyze their bodies as well as their faces; and scientists use GPS to determine whether a mammoth iceberg will move into busy shipping lanes.
PB IEEE Computer Society, [URL:http://www.computer.org]
SN 0018-9162
LA English
DO 10.1109/MC.2014.21
LK http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/MC.2014.21