Battery Engineering Hack Chat | Hackaday

Jean J. Sanders

Join us on Wednesday, December 14 at noon Pacific for the Battery Engineering Hack Chat with Dave Sopchak! Of all the things driving technology forward, you’d have to say that the ability of chip makers to squeeze more complex circuits than ever onto silicon has to rank right up there. […]

Visual Studio Code 1.74 boosts remote development

Jean J. Sanders

With newly released Visual Studio Code 1.74, the Microsoft-developed code editor introduces a remote tunneling capability that allows developers to securely connect to their VS Code machine from any device anywhere. Remote tunnels is a preview feature. VS Code 1.74, also identified as the November 2022 release, was announced December […]

What is IOT or The Internet of Things

Jean J. Sanders

The Internet of Things or IoT has become relevantly common in the current times. In this blog, we will discuss various aspects related to what is IoT and take a look at its functioning. We will discuss here about the various examples and common technology applications. What is IoT (Internet […]

The Next Global Economic Revolution

Jean J. Sanders

The world’s economy is currently struggling under the weight of several setbacks. In the coming weeks, months, or even years, several of them may threaten the expansion of the global economy. Since the beginning of the recession, a great deal of new economic speculation has surfaced. Inflation is out of […]

Comcast completes first live 10G connection in business trial

Jean J. Sanders

Connect with gaming and metaverse leaders online at GamesBeat Summit: Into the Metaverse 3 this February 1-2. Register here. Comcast announced the world’s first live, multigigabit symmetrical internet connection powered by 10G and full duplex DOCSIS 4.0 — the tech behind cable modems. The connection of one business in the […]