With over 24,000 students enrolled in the Vancouver, Washington K-12 School District, keeping classrooms outfitted with current generation technology can be a costly process for Steve Bratt, Director for Technology Infrastructure and Operations.
Due to the increased competition of more environmentally friendly fuel resources, companies and individuals are moving away from coal.
A new Bluetooth chip that draws power from frequencies in the air eliminates the future need for batteries in our devices.
A new food delivery robot, developed to swiftly bring food and drinks to patrons, is serving lattes, breakfast sandwiches, and more to the students at George Mason University.
New products from Shure, Sennheiser, Audio Technica, Bose, Beyerdynamic and Electro-Voice provide professional performance and user-level installation functionality. Here is a roundup of six products that users can install themselves that provide tangible audio system performance upgrades.
Decision makers and end users alike should consider educating themselves on where artificial intelligence is headed in order to use it wisely in their respective work fields.
Senator Rubio from Florida announced the bill earlier this month in hopes of federally regulating big tech companies’ data collection and dissemination methods.
Since there is no personnel to manually renew security certificates, a growing number of government agency websites will likely be inaccessible for the duration of the shutdown.
BenQ Short-Throw Interactive Projectors Helps At-Risk Youth at New Horizons in Texas Thrive and Succeed
This week, January 28th-February 1st, 2019: Visibility in networks, effective tactics for training employees, a guide to CRM for SMBs, and more.