A report from Oxford Economics highlights a new wave of automation that could disproportionately hurt lower-income families.
Solar, wind, and hydro power surpassed coal this past spring for a short time – here’s how.
This week, July 8th – 12th, 2019: the value of connected applications to IIoT, online privacy facts, the internet fustercluck, and more.
Would you describe your recent internet experience as “apocalyptic?” Such dramatic language could be forgiven, because there were several major internet outages in the last month which affected millions of worldwide users. According to a Tech Crunch article, the outages affected websites, services, images, direct messages, calenders, and emails. Some of which were unavailable for […]
The market is a forgiving place if you’re a nurse looking for work: the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics finds that the number of jobs for nurses will grow 15% from 2016 to 2026. But a group of hospitals in Texas is turning to the Moxi robot to alleviate some of the need for nursing. […]
Part of the Oregon Department of Corrections’ push for tougher security includes banning basic guides to computer programming.
A Framework for Your Success Metrics: How to Wrap Your Head Around What to Collect and What to Learn from It
Fatih Koca, an analytics expert with Mixpanel, says he’s often asked, “what are the right success metrics to measure?” Well, without understanding which to measure, IT managers might as well not be collecting anything, he says in a recent article on The Next Web. But fret not, your analytics could be far more pointed and […]
A university’s recent breakthrough on Universal Memory promises a solution to the spike in residential energy consumption, and an idea of which direction memory research needs to go.
Companies aren’t just using robotic employment for things like manual labor and mundane office tasks anymore.
Internet provider Starry can now offer service to half the U.S., but its limitations might change decision makers’ minds about investing.