Recent FCC spectrum auctions are good for wireless carriers, but as it turns out, not so good for the upcoming high school drama production. The latest round of spectrum, bought by T-Mobile was being used for their wireless mic system, leaving them with dead air and a big bill.
The Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory have created a wireless charging system for electric cars just as fast and efficient as wired chargers.
A group of engineers working in the AIR Lab at the University of Washington have developed wireless robot flying insects and honestly we don’t know how to feel.
Anyone worried the rise $1000 phone would drive buyers out of the market can breathe a sigh of relief. The Consumer Technology Association just released its 25th annual report on holiday tech spending and found customers are ready to hand over big bucks this holiday season for the latest gear.
A quick glace through any tech event agenda makes it clear — the era of the #manel, or the all-male panel — is still alive and well. Now there’s science. And here’s one, simple thing we can do about it.
It’s the day after and about the time millions of Americans are digging through piles of Dots and Sweet Tarts for the last of the good stuff. This Halloween, one brand above all others captured the promotional spirit of the moment. Reese’s introduced a vending machine in NYC that turns less-desirable candy into Reese’s Peanut Butter cups — and the idea gave at least one wireless CEO a big idea.
It’s hard to imagine why a person wouldn’t want to pick out their own bananas, but according to a new survey, a shocking number of folks have turned to apps and online shopping for groceries.
AT&T is barreling ahead with 5G and has just announced it has made a successful 5G data transfer on a new device planned for commercial release in 12 cities this year.
IBM and Red Hat announced on Monday IBM would acquire open source cloud software provider for a head-turning $34 billion in cash. For the tech world, its a marriage between scrappy, open-source outlier Red Hat and the ultimate mainstream computing stalwart, IBM. The financial sector, however, is going to take more convincing.