Funded by Google.org, WattTime will hold power plants accountable for the first time with comprehensive and accurate air pollution data.
Concerns about net neutrality rules are on the rise while the European government works with telcos to develop new ones.
The newly passed TRACED bill will cut down on robocalls, and boost penalties for parties that continue to pester the country with them.
DARPA is seeking to develop a way of connecting soldiers’ brains to their weapons so that they can control them remotely.
The tech giants are headed to court to settle a 9-year dispute over copyright issues surrounding coding.
The digital charter represents the Prime Minister’s serious efforts to eliminate online extremism that frequently leads to real-world terror.
The Special Olympics World Games 2019 were hosted in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates in March 2019 for the first time in the Middle East North Africa since the movement’s founding over 50 years ago. The Crown Prince Court led the winning bid efforts with a mission to promote positive social change for people with […]
This week, June 3rd-7th, 2019: Essentials as a Service, the seven deadly sins of public cloud migration, best consoles and video games for the break room, and more.
Join us Wednesday, July 10 at 2:00 PM EST AV-over-IP may grab all the headlines, but distributing audio over IP is an important challenge on its own. Most integration firms spend a lot of their time designing and deploying audio distribution solutions for customers across every vertical market. Meanwhile, those customers have myriad reasons to distribute […]
US-Chinese relations are tense, especially with technology as a backdrop. The same is true of US-Russian relations. But there might now be another tie-in between the US, China, and Russia, now that the latter two nations’ militaries are reportedly replacing Windows OS. Beijing officials will develop a custom operating system, replacing Windows OS on military […]