Technology

This Is Why Tech Bubbles Actually Happen

  We tap our phone, we expect to be able to make a call, send a text or open an app. We key in our PIN at an ATM, we expect to get cash. We punch in a time on the office microwave, we expect our lunch to heat up. In short, when we depend on technology for countless everyday ... Read More »

Protection 1 Teams Up with Designing Spaces – Military Makeover to Donate a Home Security and Automation System to a U.S. Marine Veteran and his Family

    Protection 1, the largest full-service business and home security company in the U.S., today announced that it will donate a home security and automation system and monitoring to a selected U. S. Marine Veteran and his family as part of its participation in an upcoming Designing Spaces – Military Makeover episode. Designing Spaces – Military Makeover is part ... Read More »

The Technology and Science Behind Solar Energy Explained

  If you’ve ever played a real-time strategy kingdom building game, like Age of Empires or one of the first three Warcraft games, then you have experienced the feeling of limited resources. As you continue to use the resources of the earth for your building projects and social advancement, mines, quarries, and forests begin to run dry and you are ... Read More »

Role of Technology In Modern College Football

Technology plays a role in every facet of our lives, and the same is true for college football. Innovation in vastly different industries — like electronics or computing — inevitably spilled over into the realm of athletics as sports organizations look to exploit an edge just like any profit-seeking firm. Technology even serves as a force multiplier in sports, and ... Read More »

Trade-Ideas: Marvell Technology Group (MRVL) Is Today’s Post-Market Laggard Stock

    Trade-Ideas LLC identified Marvell Technology Group ( MRVL) as a post-market laggard candidate. In addition to specific proprietary factors, Trade-Ideas identified Marvell Technology Group as such a stock due to the following factors: MRVL has an average dollar-volume (as measured by average daily share volume multiplied by share price) of $68.6 million. MRVL is down 6.5% today from ... Read More »

Holograms add new dimension to Holocaust survivor’s story

    If you have a story you want future generations to hear, you can always write a memoir. But modern technology is on the verge of enabling a much richer experience: a holographic display that makes it appear as if you’re in the room with the viewer, and a life’s worth of stories available for the asking.That’s the promise ... Read More »

Spring clean your life with these apps, services

    Spring cleaning is a lot like New Year’s Resolutions — you make big plans and you mean well. But no matter how excited you get about your goals, somewhere between the snow melting and stocking up on sunscreen, you poop out. This year, there are some really cool, easy ways to tackle some of the toughest spring cleaning ... Read More »

Not Apple or Google: Why the future of wearable technology lies in academia

      For a glimpse of what is, what might have been and what may lie ahead in wearable devices, look beyond branded tech and Silicon Valley start-ups to the messy labs, dry papers and solemn conferences of academia. There you’d find that you might control your smartphone with your tongue, skin or brain; you won’t just ‘touch’ others ... Read More »

In The Dystopian Home Of The Future, Robots Have The Search Warrants

        Although this image was captured during police and armed forces exercises in Sweden, it contains a strong message about our common future. The machine is an explosive ordnance disposal robot-and it’s searching a mockup home. Equipped to search for homemade bombs using sensors and remote cameras, the robot can act on behalf of the authorities. There’s ... Read More »

New Algorithm Enables Control Over Swarms of Robots With Swipe of a Finger

  Researchers have created a robotic coverage algorithm that allows control over a fleet of robots with the swipe of a finger. Using a tablet and a red beam of light, Georgia Institute of Technology scientists have developed a system that can potentially control large teams of robots, which is relevant in manufacturing, agriculture and disaster areas. “It’s not possible ... Read More »