All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘National Science Foundation’

Mozilla Invites Developers To Build Apps From The Future

Mozilla joined forces with the National Science Foundation in June for Ignite. The project asked for app ideas from the general public that would help humanity in a positive way. These apps were to be envisioned with the “faster, smarter Internet of the future” in mind. The winning ideas have now been announced, and Mozilla now wants to make the …

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Mozilla And National Science Foundation Unite For Mozilla Ignite

Mozilla is probably the biggest proponent, outside of Google, of the power of the Web. They don’t believe in closed platforms or proprietary software. They believe in a future where everything is powered by a simple Web browser. To help advance that future, the non-profit is announcing a new contest. Mozilla and the National Science Foundation will be announcing a …

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NYU Robot-Control iPhone App; NSF Science Festival

For the second year in a row the National Science Foundation (NSF) has chosen to feature research and innovations from the Polytechnic Institute of New York University (NYU-Poly) Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department in its USA Science and Engineering Festival. This year it’s an app for iOS and Android that controls robots via voice activation and other simple user interface …

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