This week on WDD’s HotSpot, brought to you by National Instruments, a smartphone-controlled smartplane; a nano camera that can operate at the speed of light; Microsoft and Sony have delivered their newest generation of high-powered video games; and a custom Bluetooth 4.0 LE chip that enables wireless programming...
Unlike the drones used by the military, Bezos' proposed flying machines wouldn't need humans...
Encrypted email, secure instant messaging, and other privacy services are booming in the wake of...
CTS Electronic Components announces the addition of frequency related Semiconductors to its product offering. CTS’ new line of integrated circuits includes buffers and dividers, capacitive tuning, cable driver and PECL/ECL logic that are complementary to its current Frequency Control portfolio.
An infographic delineates the driving force behind green technology.
NASA commercial crew partner Blue Origin of Kent, Wash., announced it has tested a new, hydrogen- and oxygen-fueled engine designed to lift the company's crewed Space Vehicle on future missions out of Earth's atmosphere.
NASA commercial crew partner Blue Origin of Kent, Wash., announced it has tested a new, hydrogen- and oxygen-fueled engine designed to lift the company's crewed Space Vehicle on future missions out of Earth's atmosphere. Blue Origin is one of the American companies developing next generation rockets and spacecraft capable of carrying humans to low-Earth orbit.
Orbital Sciences Corporation, one of the world’s leading space technology companies, today announced that the SES-8, a communications satellite built by the company for SES S.A. of Luxembourg, was successfully launched into orbit yesterday aboard a Falcon 9 rocket operated by Space Exploration Technologies from Cape Canaveral, Florida.
SBA Communications said Wednesday that it reached a deal to expand its presence in Brazil with the purchase of about 2,000 wireless sites from Oi SA, one of Brazil's largest telecommunications service providers, for about $645 million.
Interactive Voice, a pioneer in voice-controlled electronics, is excited to announce that its newest Internet-connected device, ivee Sleek, is now available for retail purchase, shipping to Staples nationwide this month.
The prototype of the supercapacitor was made using graphene composite material prepared using a proprietary technology developed at Graphene Labs. The measured specific capacitance of the prototype was found to be around...
Eagle Ray, a strategic enterprise consulting and IT management services company that supports the intelligence community and Department of Defense clients, announced today it has acquired Kore Federal of Falls Church, Va. Terms of the acquisition were not made public.
Under the right circumstances, pushing on nothing is harder than pushing on something – at least when that “something” is gold. That’s the finding from a new materials science paper, and it’s a finding that could expedite the development of new wireless communication technologies.
Silver Peak today announced Dynamic Path Control that helps IT organizations maximize investments in hybrid wide area network (WAN) services. Dynamic Path Control uses real-time network intelligence to determine the fastest, most-reliable, and most-available path for application performance and data mobility.
OpenTextT today announced OpenText Exceed VA TurboX (ETX), a faster and more secure web-based remote application access solution that allows enterprise users to work and collaborate virtually using Linux and UNIX applications and desktops anywhere in the world.
As more and more OEMs and companies are discovering the true benefits of M2M adoption, it’s clear that the coming year will see continued advancements towards an even greater connected world.
Hitachi Communication Technologies America (Hitachi CTA) and AirHop Communications announced they have partnered to deliver AirHop’s advanced eSON solution to manage interference and optimize system capacity on Hitachi’s ER5000 Small Cell Gateway.
In light of rising concern over chemical contamination, Parker Hannifin Corporation is now showcasing its PF Series non-spill thermoplastic chemical transfer couplings.