Editorial

Bridging The Gender Gap In Tech Careers

Published on September 24th, 2015 | by Ella Xiong

Today, most women who enroll in computer science and engineering courses in college will tell you they are outnumbered; and not by just a few. In spite of a handful of successful female engineers, technology, in ... Read More


Apps

The World as Seen by Strangers: Meet Fling

Published on September 17th, 2015 | by Diogo Costa

With the huge number of messaging apps available nowadays, it can be hard to choose the one you will use. Youngsters are especially keen to try new services, one that offer them different functionalities that what ... Read More


Appliances

Reduce your ink costs – an infographic

Published on September 17th, 2015 | by Guest

Think about some of the most important commodities in the world: blood, Crude Oil, Penicillin or Gasoline. Then think about how much each of these cost. However costly each of these is there is one commodity ... Read More


Science

Can Software Dictate Photon’s Directions?

Published on September 17th, 2015 | by Ella Xiong

Researchers at Stanford University say yes. As copper wires have clear disadvantages from capped bandwidth capacity to large energy consumption and the need for transistor replacement becomes more pressing, engineers are looking into photonic circuits and ... Read More


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