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Wolfram|Alpha Lives!

Published April 3, 2014

Wolfram|Alpha came alive and has a lot to say! Read the lively blog post and follow Alpha Lives! on Twitter. »


Injecting Computation Everywhere–A SXSW Update

Published March 25, 2014

Two weeks ago Stephen Wolfram spoke at SXSW Interactive in Austin, TX. Here’s a slightly edited transcript (it’s the “speaker’s cut,” including some demos he had to abandon during the talk).»


Starting to Demo the Wolfram Language

Published February 24, 2014

We’re getting closer to the first official release of the Wolfram Language—and Stephen Wolfram is starting to demo it more publicly. Watch his new video.»

Wolfram Language and Intel Edison

Wolfram to Bring World’s Most Sophisticated Programming Language to New Intel SD-Card-Sized Computer

Published January 7, 2014

During the Intel Corporation pre-show keynote for the 2014 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) last night, it was announced that Wolfram and Intel are working together to bring the Wolfram Language and Mathematica to Intel® Edison, a new SD-card-sized, 22 nm Intel Quark technology-based computer that will be available this summer.»


Launching the Wolfram Connected Devices Project

Published January 6, 2014

Today we're launching the Wolfram Connected Devices Project—whose goal is to work with device manufacturers and the technical community to provide a definitive, curated source of systematic knowledge about connected devices.»


Wolfram Language and Mathematica Now Available on Every Raspberry Pi

Published November 21, 2013

A new partnership between Wolfram Research and the Raspberry Pi Foundation bundles the Wolfram Language and Mathematica with the Raspbian OS included on every Raspberry Pi. The Raspberry Pi—a credit-card sized, $25 Linux ARM computer that was originally conceived as a means to inspire a new generation of programmers—recently shipped its two millionth unit. This is the next step in Wolfram’s large-scale plan to apply sophisticated computation everywhere, in a universally accessible way.»

BEST Viewpoints Mathematica Application Package

BEST Viewpoints 9 Is Available

Published November 14, 2013

A new version of BEST Viewpoints has been released and is now available from the Wolfram Store. BEST Viewpoints is a data mining application designed for data importing, manipulation, and analysis in an easy-to-use interface. The developer, Ariel Sepúlveda, presented his newest product at the Wolfram Technology Conference 2013, and recorded a short video illustrating the workflow and user interface. See the product page to link to the video and additional details. Customers can request a trial version or request an upgrade by contacting Pronto Analytics.»