Innovative Lessons From Ladakh For Rest Of The World

While the world wants to indigenize high-tech, Ladakh uses simple, local technologies to solve most of the problems. From solar-powered houses to mountain-to-mountain connectivity, Ladakh shows how simple methods can achieve huge milestones. This is a story not just about sustainable but regenerative development Living in Ladakh might seem like living in a remote part … Read more

How Does EMI Harm—and Help—in the Robotics World?

This article is part of the TechXchange: Delving into EMI, EMC and Noise Members can download this article in PDF format. What you’ll learn: How do conductive and radiative emissions affect BLDCs? Impact of EMI on drones and UAVs. How EMI is used to disable illegal drones and UAVs. High-speed brushless dc motors (BLDC) are … Read more

Floating-Point Formats in the World of Machine Learning

What you’ll learn: Why floating point is important for developing machine-learning models. What floating-point formats are used with machine learning? Over the last two decades, compute-intensive artificial-intelligence (AI) tasks have promoted the use of custom hardware to efficiently drive these robust new systems. Machine-learning (ML) models, one of the most used forms of AI, are … Read more

BangShift.com NHRA NEWS: 2022 NHRA CAMPING WORLD DRAG RACING SERIES FRIDAY RESULTS FROM TOPEKA

TOPEKA, Kan. (Aug. 12, 2022) – Top Fuel standout Mike Salinas closed out Friday at Heartland Motorsports Park with the top run of the night, racing to the provisional No. 1 spot at the 33rd annual Menards NHRA Nationals presented by PetArmor. Bob Tasca III (Funny Car), Greg Anderson (Pro Stock) and Joey Gladstone (Pro … Read more

Delivering 2D Materials Ready for a “More than Moore” World

What you’ll learn: The need to industrialize 2D materials to extend Moore’s Law. The challenge of manufacturing 2D materials at scale. The solution to the problem of how to industrialize 2D materials. The International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors (ITRS) has clearly identified transistors based on 2D materials as one of the key technologies that will … Read more

The iPad Air convinced me that the post-PC world is almost here

Dhruv Bhutani / Android Authority Packing the same power as the very well-reviewed MacBook Air (2020), all-day battery life, and cellular connectivity, the latest iPad Air is really just a MacBook Air in a different, and perhaps better form factor. Even Apple screams it out loud in its advertising: “Your next computer is not a … Read more

AR isn’t ready for the real world yet, and Apple’s WWDC conference proved it

With some long-rumored tech products like the Apple XR headset or Pixel Fold, you start to feel like Charlie Brown sprinting excitedly towards that football, hoping in vain that Lucy the Leaker won’t yank the football away for the nth time. But one alleged delay after another makes you jaded that the product will ever … Read more

Around the world in 80 Days from the comfort of your phone [Android Game of the Week]

Spurred by a recent obsession with shows like The Gilded Age, I’ve been chasing down any kind of entertainment that can provide that late-19th / early-20th century flavor. I wasn’t expecting to find any good mobile games that capitalized on such a specific – and antiquated – setting, but 80 Days somehow managed to deliver … Read more

The Wonderful World Of Ingenious Printed Sensors

The electronics industry has heavily relied on sensors that have rigid proportions. But can the rise of flexible, printed sensors become a game-changer for a myriad of applications, where form-factor and convenience play the core role to implement a particular technology? Conventional electronics based on PCBs are produced efficiently, resulting in a very high yield. … Read more