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Software speaks dogs' language

Researchers create software to help analyze animal behavior and communication.

By January 17, 2008


2 ways to geolocate your dog

Pocketfinder and Zoombak put GPS on a collar or keychain for your loved ones (canine and child), and use cellular networks to transmit location to a central service.

By January 7, 2008


Teach an old dog new computer tricks

Dogs were shown a landscape photo and dog photo simultaneously on a computer screen. They used a touch-screen to give the correct answer.

By November 30, 2007


Who needs dating sites? Get a dog

SNIF tags form canine-based social network.

By November 20, 2007


Digital dog tag tied to red-alert service

"KoogaPet" springs into action if your pet gets lost.

By November 6, 2007


The talking dog of virtualization

It's a wonder that virtualization software like Parallels works at all, let alone as well as it does. But the human using it is not able to switch modes as easily as the computer is now able to.

By October 17, 2007


Digium: Eating its own Asterisk dog food

Digium is buying Switchvox for its UI. Interesting who is behind this.

By September 28, 2007


Improving Microsoft's CodePlex by contributing Microsoft's own dog food

Microsoft's CodePlex is not a bastion of great code, says eWeek. That's a problem, but one that Microsoft can solve by contributing its own code.

By August 23, 2007


Innovator evening goes to the dogs

Guest correspondent Dorian Benkoil reports from the Powerpoint-meets-VC event in New York.

By August 17, 2007


Dog tags and LAN bags for the PC gamer

Cyber Snipa produces computer accessories specifically for PC gamers, including gadgety Dog Tags and keyboard-hauling LAN bags.

By August 16, 2007