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Dec 10, 2019
GPS Inventors Receive Top Engineering Prize at the Palace
The four engineers who invented the GPS system have received the Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering, a prestigious engineering accolade with a £1 million ...
EE Times

Dec 10, 2019
Manufacturers Expect Revenue & Profit Boost in 2020
U.S. manufacturers are surprisingly upbeat about their prospects in 2020, anticipating growth in revenue, profitability, imports and exports. The outlook isn't so positive ...
EPS News

Dec 10, 2019
The Ultimate Generation
One of 5G's biggest selling points is faster data rates than any previous generation of wireless—by a lot. Millimeter waves are part of what's making that possible. ...
IEEE Spectrum

Dec 10, 2019
Tutorial: What are the differences between force, torque, pressure and vacuum?
Most second-year university engineering students can easily explain the differences between force, torque and pressure. The reason for their confident answers is that ...
Design News

Dec 10, 2019
The year that tech went dark
The team at Pinterest felt it had to go dark to do right by its users. At a time when social networks are plagued by toxic content, misinformation and partisan bickering, ...

Dec 10, 2019
7 Bad Habits That Destroy Your Productivity
In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Brian Tracy explains a group of habits that can kill your productivity. The seven worst are: 1. Failing to plan out your ...

Dec 10, 2019
Flying cars could lure investors away from ground-based services: survey
Electric air taxis — known colloquially, if somewhat misleadingly, as "flying cars" — could draw millions of investor dollars away from ground-based transportation ...

Dec 10, 2019
China reportedly bans foreign technology in its government and public offices
China is reportedly planning to ban all government offices and public institutions from using foreign software and computers in a move that could dent sales by US tech ...