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The aim of the Institute of Research and Technology (IRT) b<>com is to accelerate the development and marketing of tools, products, and services for improving everyday living, through research and innovation in digital technologies. In concrete terms, b<>com innovates at the highest levels in the fields of hypermedia (ultra-high-definition images, 3D, smart content, and virtual and augmented reality, to name a few), ultra-high-speed fixed and mobile networks, and its starting field of e-health.


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b<>com audio solutions presented at the Paris 2016 AES

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From June 4 to 7, the AES (Audio Engineering Society) convention, the most important European event for professional audio, was held in Paris. b<>com was there to exhibit its sound spatialization technologies at the Merging Technologies stand. This Swiss company specializes in manufacturing digital audio interfaces in hardware and software form.
b<>com audio solutions presented at the Paris 2016 AES

Best Tech Stories from around the web #98

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On the program this week : AI fools humans with fake sound effects, Magic Leap is partnering with Star Wars’ LucasFilm to make experiential story moments, a company claims Google stole the balloon Wi-Fi tech behind Project Loon, Plume reinvents Wi-Fi for the home, autonomous car by IBM. Have a good reading !
Best Tech Stories from around the web #98
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Refuge has its North American Premiere

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The experimental short film Refuge, which explores new sound and image formats, was screened for its North American premiere under the giant dome of the SAT (Société des Arts Technologiques) during the Symposium IX event in Montreal, June 3, 2016.
Refuge has its North American Premiere

Best Tech Stories from around the web #97

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On the program this week: the drone that can carry you around in test, Google's "big red button" would act as an off switch for a rogue artificial intelligence agent, flying with wearable tech, Google co-founder secretly building flying cars and a Deus ex-inspired prosthetic arm. Have a good reading!
Best Tech Stories from around the web #97

"Technology is at its best when it augments our humanity" : Interview with Amber Case, {dive}'s Cyborg Anthropologist

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Amber Case, "cyborg anthropologist" and experience designer, will appear at {dive}:event on July 7. After founding GeoLoqi, in recent years she has become one of the leading specialists in experience design and the evolution of the relationships between people and technology. An interview with an influencer who argues for a more harmonious approach to technology.
"Technology is at its best when it augments our humanity" : Interview with Amber Case, {dive}'s Cyborg Anthropologist

Béatrice Macé and Jean-Louis Brossard, founders and co-directors of ATM

{dive}:party…the experience continues deep into the night

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To bring its 18 hours of immersion in innovation to a smashing close, {dive} will come to UBU on July 7 thanks to a partnership with the association Trans Musicales. Both surprising and intriguing, {dive}:party will be an opportunity for attendees to discover artists unlike any other... To tell us more about this unique collaboration, we met with Béatrice Macé, co-director of Trans Musicales.
{dive}:party…the experience continues deep into the night

Best Tech Stories from around the Web #96

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On the program this week: a bus to avoid trafic jam in China, Google new finger technology, Microsoft using HoloLens to get a piece of the VR pie and a Robot police force in Dubai. Have a good reading!
Best Tech Stories from around the Web #96

40 days out: Be prepared, {dive} will rock!

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The 60% mark for registration has just been passed, and every continent is now represented among our select 100 attendees. The farthest of them is coming to Rennes from 17,287 km away! These curious minds hail from every industry, including e-health, digital, retail, gaming, arts/entertainment and tourism. Our speakers are getting briefed on the day's unique set-up, full of exclusive demos and encounters. Prepare to be astonished!
40 days out: Be prepared, {dive} will rock!

Best Tech Stories from around the Web #95

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On the program this week : the first flexible smartphone to be released soon, a “connected” jacket, Google kill password and what you will be able to do with a VR headset and an empty warehouse. Have a good reading!
Best Tech Stories from around the Web #95

Back from the Austin OpenStack Summit, Antoine Cabot gives us news about the Watcher project

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OpenStack is the largest open-source project in the world today. It's an open-source infrastructure manager. The idea is to turn a fleet of machines into a single operating system. 18 months ago, b<>com joined the OpenStack community with the Watcher project that helps optimize resources for cloud services managed by OpenStack. After he got back from Austin where the latest OpenStack Summit was held from April 25 to 29, we asked Antoine Cabot, head of the Cloud Computing laboratory at b<>com and PTL (project team leader) of the Watcher project, about the latest news.
Back from the Austin OpenStack Summit, Antoine Cabot gives us news about the Watcher project

innovation fields

b<>com innovates in 3 main fields:

  • Hypermedia (ultra-high-definition images, 3D images, smart content, virtual and augmented reality, etc.)
  • Networks & Security (ultra-high-speed and upcoming generations)
  • e-Health

To achieve our goals, we have developed a line of skills for use across industries, divided into nine varieties of experimentation.

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