Many of us have become shut-ins by force due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Staying home has its perks, but many people have been planning their next vacation since lockdown began. With so many nations across the world experiencing economic hardship due to the pandemic, some have plans around increasing tourism and restoring economic
The future of wearables is here. These devices have been around for a few years but have recently taken off as hot commodities. Whether it's for exercise or health, wearable technology is becoming increasingly valuable. Though these devices usually use battery power to operate, new wearable technology now has a biological option —...
New Models Introduced This Week Offer Electric or High-Horsepower Gas Choices The automotive market is not always clear in the direction it’s taking at any given moment. This week was one of those weeks. Future SUV buyers are going to be able to choose from a very green path or one emphasizing horsepower and off-road proficiency.
While automation and the use of robotics has drastically increased the efficiency of manufacturing processes, logistics, and delivery, the casualty list for a slew of manual and service-based jobs on and off the production line is growing.
In this digital world where everyone is hooked on the latest technological devices, the concept of IoT (Internet of Things) is at the forefront of all industries. A lot of IoT devices like your company’s thermostats, security systems, vending machines, lights, and more rely on this kind of connectivity.
Engineered with smart off-road technology, the 4x4 Ford Bronco is back in the news with a family of rugged SUVs. The vehicle’s production is scheduled for take-off in early 2021 while delivery to dealerships is expected next spring.
What if legislators placed heavy design restrictions on the automotive or aerospace industries? What if engineers at Tesla or Boeing saw their research capabilities reduced to a small palette of less-creative, material options?
In recent years, we’ve seen great strides as companies like Microsoft and TeamViewer introduce and implement its own use cases for AR, which has made attending Las Vegas’ Consumer Electronics Show that much more exciting.