Tag Archives: Technology
Think big or go home. Google’s pursuit of moonshots — radical solutions to huge problems using breakthrough tech — has encouraged others to launch their own projects. Here are eight worth watching. Source: Google X Inspired: 8 Moonshots To Watch … Continue reading
Gartner’s vision for the future is either very exciting — or the stuff of nightmares. Source: Robots will create robots (and other Gartner predictions) | Computerworld
Digital computing based on silicon and the conventional architecture is reaching its limits owing to fundamental physical limits, economic considerations, and reliability issues. In domains such as weather forecasting, bioinformatics, robotics, and autonomous systems, researchers and industry are reconsidering computational … Continue reading
On May 4-6, 2015, hopeful tech entrepreneurs gathered at Disrupt NY 2015, looking for financial support and recognition. We talked to some to find out who they are and what they hope to do. Source: Disrupt NY: Meet the next … Continue reading
Crossbar is announcing a breakthrough in the ability to build large chip arrays using its 3D resistive RAM (RRAM) technology, which can greatly increase the capacity and performance of non-volatile memory. Source: A terabyte on a postage stamp: RRAM heads … Continue reading
AI in the workplace.
9 Innovative Products: Designers Of Things Conference – InformationWeek.
For half, STEM degrees lead to other jobs – Computerworld.
Forget coffee, Starbucks is a tech company – Computerworld.
5 Apple Patents Hint At Surprises – InformationWeek.
Photos of Google’s mystery barges unveiled!.
What Nanotube Computer Means To Moore’s Law – Hardware –.
Stanford team develops first computer using only carbon nanotube transistors – Computerworld.
A Car That Runs on Air, Water: Here’s How It Works: Video – Bloomberg.
Genepax Unveils a Car That Runs on Water and Air.
Computing Now | Yesterday, Today and the Next Decade. Great watch, I should probably require this video in the Info Sys chapter
Google Voice – Features.
The top tech products of 2013 (so far) | PCWorld.