IoT, Embedded Tech Increases Internet Pervasiveness: Pew
The Internet of Things, embedded technology, and wearables are set to change the world, according to a far-reaching Pew Research study. That''s probably a good thing, but it''s going to take some work.
UW Researchers Create World''s Thinnest LED
Researchers at the University of Washington have demonstrated electroluminescence in a flexible, mechanically strong construct of the semiconductor tungsten selenide only three atoms thick.
UCSB Laser Research Paves Path for Next-Gen Silicon Photonics
Quantum dots grown on silicon can boost integrated laser devices, according to a new research paper from UCSB scientists.
UK Sidelines Universities for Cybersecurity Training
In an effort to get more people with cybersecurity skills, the UK government is looking outside universities and engineering schools.
Power Week-in-Review: Paper Battery, ''Nanobox'' Energy Storage & HV SiC MOSFET
This week, a hybrid Li-ion battery pack/supercapacitor system that promises to extend mobile battery performance, a "graphene origami" technique that could pave the way toward practical and efficient hydrogen energy storage, and a high-voltage high-temp SiC power MOSFET.
H-1B Visa Demand Spike Predicted
When the window for new H-1B applications opens on April 1, three IT job categories will lead the charge: software engineering, information security, and big data.
Live Chat Friday, Mar 14: Lethal Software Defects
Don''t miss the live online chat on Friday March 14, 2014, at 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time. This is your chance to ask questions about a variety of embedded software applications that have proven to be dangerous, even lethal.