Following the White House’s declared state of emergency in March and subsequent Harvard study showing a need for up to 20 million COVID-19 tests per day by the end of summer, innovation from the manufacturing industry has responded with a scalable technology capable of closing the testing gap.
The Black Game Developer Fund is a $1 million annual program to support Black game developers,
helping them publish games with funding, production and marketing support via Humble Bundle’s publishing label, Humble Games
Facial recognition is expected to become one of the most important technological developments of the era. While the usage of such technology is extremely controversial, the power of facial recognition could prove to be revolutionary across a variety of major industries.
It is surprising to learn just how long facial recognition has...
The current healthcare crisis has caused many companies to change plans. Some have shut down; others have ramped-up production of critical goods needed to combat the coronavirus. One small but growing company in San Diego, California, deemed an essential service during the crisis, realigned its production to focus on one product—the EV...
The solution aims to provide last mile access to subscriber homes, enterprises, and multi-dwelling buildings, as well as transport for video surveillance and public Wi-Fi networks. Additionally, it serves to operate as a backhaul for 4G or 5G network traffic.
The term "fintech" encompasses either a company focusing on the services to the financial services industry or technology companies that create, distribute, and administer financial products themselves.
With the coming onset of automated vehicles, the automobile might become the new marketplace. From streaming content to getting a jump on your grocery list, the automated vehicle will offer newfound free time to the driver.
It’s no secret that electric vehicles have a number of environmental benefits; however, it’s important that we take a critical look at this technology, rather than blindly follow it as our environmental savior.
It’s only a matter of time before voice-driven, in-car commerce becomes a common practice for everything from buying dinner on the commute home from work to making a grocery pickup after the Saturday soccer game.