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Wolfram Alpha Offers Handwritten Results for April Fools

If there’s one thing that the internet lacks, it’s quality handwritten content. For decades, computers have been slowly but surely killing off the need for actually writing anything down. Lucky for us, Wolfram Alpha is here to bring a little bit of handwritten flair to the web. Today, Wolfram Alpha is introducing the Wolfram Alpha Handwritten Knowledge Engine, which they …

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Wolfram Alpha Has More Of Your Personal Facebook Data To Show You

Remember last summer when Wolfram Alpha launched that cool Personal Analytics for Facebook tool? Well, they’ve just expanded the offering even more, which is quite a feat considering how much data it was already able to pull. “One of the most shared pods from our first release was our colorful social network visualization, writes Wolfram Alpha’s John Burnham in a …

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Wolfram Alpha Shows You A Whole Lot Of Personalized Facebook Data

Wolfram Alpha announced the launch of a pretty cool new personal Facebook analytics tool. All you have to do is type “facebook report” into Wolfram Alpha. Just click the button that says “Analyze my Facebook data,” allow it to access your data, and bam. Tons of personalized data about your Facebook universe. At least that’s how it’s supposed to work. …

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Wolfram Alpha Will Help Make Samsung S Voice More Like Siri

Samsung has a smartphone voice feature called S Voice, which has been described as a Siri competitor. In fact, the Samsung Galaxy S III was just called a contender for the best Android smartphone, and it comes with the feature. Wolfram Alpha, which contributes to Siri itself, announced that it is also providing data to S Voice. The Galaxy S …

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Wolfram SystemModeler Takes on Large-Scale System Modeling

The Wolfram Group today announced its new SystemModeler product, a high-fidelity modeling environment that creates computable, large-scale systems using symbols and a drag-and-drop interface. The software integrates the Wolfram technology platform to enable analysis and reporting, integrating the modeling and engineering phases of design. The announcement of SystemModeler came on the Wolfram Blog, in a post by Stephen Wolfram himself. …

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Wolfram Finance Platform Brings Mathematica to Finance

Wolfram Research has just released a computational finance tool it calls the Wolfram Finance Platform. The platform will bring the computational power of Wolfram’s Mathematica software and apply it to finance to deliver greater computational integrity, automated workflows, faster speeds, and more accuracy. “As algorithmic agility comes center stage in finance, platform integration and automation become crucial for competitiveness,” said …

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Wolfram|Alpha Brings its Mobile Apps to PC

Wolfram|Alpha announced this week that their line of mobile apps will be made available on PC’s. The apps will be sold in Intel’s app marketplace, AppUp. The Wolfram|Alpha app is already available in AppUp for the price of $2.99. Other apps that will be made available this year include course assistant apps for subjects such as calculus, astronomy, and music …

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WolframAlpha Now Offering Time-Sensitive Business Search

If you’ve got time on your side, what search tool you use to find a particular business really comes down to user preference. Maybe you like the way Google organizes the results, maybe you prefer to use Yelp for searches in a specific category. You’ve got time, so use them all – it’s not a pressing matter. However, if you …

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Use Wolfram’s Mathematica To Analyze Your Email

Mathematica from Wolfram is a pretty remarkable piece of software. Designed to be a multi-purpose computational tool, it allows users to develop and analyze an almost limitless variety of workflows. It also allows users to plot and analyze all kinds of data quickly and easily. Now, thanks to some recent updates, it looks like users can use Mathematica for a …

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Wolfram Alpha Pro: The New Paid Version

Stephen Wolfram, the scientist behind Wolfram Alpha, announced that the launch of Wolfram Alpha Pro, which he calls “the biggest single step in the development of Wolfram Alpha since its original introduction.” I’d wager that there have been bigger steps in terms of getting people to actually use Wolfram Alpha – it’s integration with Siri. According to The New York …

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Wolfram Alpha Hints ‘Biggest Change Ever’ Coming To Site

If you’ve ever needing to do some quick math and didn’t have a calculator handy, Wolfram Alpha was there. If you ever need to know about Na22 isotope in a hurry, Wolfram Alpha was there. If your dire need to know how the population of Bolivia compares to the population of New York State, Wolfram Alpha was there. In other …

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Wolfram Proposes .data TLD

Stephen Wolfram, the scientist behind Mathematica and Wolfram Alpha, says he’s been involved with the worldwide data community in coordinating the creation of a .data top-level Internet domain, which would highlight the exposure of data across the Internet, “and providing added impetus for organizations to expose data in a way that can efficiently be found and accessed.” In a post …

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