A look at the larger context in which we should consider the current optimism about U.S. manufacturing.
Clarion brought its pilot program for autonomous parking to CES
Another mass shooting this morning, breaking a new record for number of casualties in the U.S. As a technology writer, I’m inclined to ask: Can technology do anything to combat terrorism?
Researchers are developing smarter chatbots every day. Is this a great development, or the start of computers taking over society?
An average guy's thoughts on biometric screenings in the workplace.
A study found that millennials are more likely to spy on their partner's digital correspondence. But is this spying due to a greater lack of trust than previous generations or just the way they grew up?
Using Apple’s ARKit, a developer made an app to enter the iconic music video
An internet-connected TV sounds irresistible, right? Thank you, no. I do not want a connected TV.
Could the rise in artificial intelligence in law firms lead to a reduction of human lawyers?
A few thoughts on how you might go about proving that the planet Earth is, in fact, round.
Three main reasons why drones have yet to capture consumers’ attention.
My two cents on what makes the Mac worth every penny.
A recent college grad's take on this so-called social media addiction epidemic.
A look into the mind of a nine and five-year-old girl’s journey toward creation
True engineering lies not in knowing the answer, but in discovering how to find it.
“The tension between creativity and skepticism has produced the stunning unexpected findings of science.”—Carl Sagan
Amid the buzz around celebrating the 50th anniversary of CES, it seems fitting to explore some of the progress the show has overseen during its 50-year tenure.
Where sunshine is plentiful, solar power is very appealing, at least for those producing it. For the fossil fuel industry, not so much.
Ever-tinier batteries fulfill needs, but bring new design and manufacturing issues as well.
It’s pretty well accepted that gender and racial bias exist in the engineering workforce. Here’s a look at comments from those experiencing the bias and an invitation to weigh in on your thoughts.
This annual conference for applied power electronics addresses issues of interest to the practicing power electronics engineer. Intended audience includes:
Sponsored by IEEE, IEEE Industry Applications Society (IAS), IEEE Power Electronics Society (PELS) and the Power Sources Manufacturers Association (PSMA).
The conference will address up-to-date multidisciplinary research needs and interdisciplinary aspects of wireless and RF technology. The central theme of WAMICON2018 will be "mm-Waves and Internet of Things (IoT) for Commercial and Defense." We welcome submissions on all aspects of mm-wave and IoT related technologies including antennas, passive and active circuits, communication theory, and system concepts.
In 2018, the IEEE Radar Conference arrives in vibrant Oklahoma City for the first time. Being centrally located in the US, OKC is known for great Southern cuisine, Midwestern hospitality, and a good helping of Wild West cowboy culture. Nearby Norman, OK is also the home of NOAA’s National Severe Storms Laboratory and the Advanced Radar Research Center at the University of Oklahoma, who collectively have driven much of the modern-day weather radar technology in the US. Do not miss this exciting week filled with novel radar advances and down-home fun.
A one-day expo held each year in New York, Los Angeles and London designed to connect startups with the resources they need to grow.