Toys for Tots is a longstanding program run by the Marine Corps Reserve that provides needy children with Christmas gifts. Marines get behind this program in a big way, and there have been millions of happy children on Christmas morning across the United States.
“Garbage,” “trash,” and “waste” are words we use to describe anything that we no longer need, use or want; we get rid of the offending items as soon as we can.
Depending on how old you are, when you hear the phrase “virtual reality” you either think back to the “first wave” of the 1990s or to present-time names such as Oculus Rift, Microsoft and Sony.
Recently I was cleaning out a closet and found my old Motorola StarTAC cellphone. Introduced in 1996, it was the closest thing to a Star Trek Communicator that I would ever own.
Interview with Cameron Lilly, Vice President – Information Technology and Services, Enterprise Ireland
Finding money to launch a technology company is hard. So is getting access to competent advisors that can help founders of startups navigate the treacherous waters through which their nascent enterprises must sail.
Have you ever met a technological Renaissance man? Someone who evokes the creative genius of a Leonardo Da Vinci applied to devices and software?
When you hear the phrases “smart device” or “connected device” you probably envision a smartphone or a tablet.
About two years ago, a savvy technology sales executive said to me that there are two “megatechnologies” based on human senses that would fuel significant business opportunities during the coming decade. They are “vision” and “voice.”
SITA, a leading air transport industry communications and information technology consultancy, today released an important new study about airline passengers, their smartphones and use of mobile technology, and the impact on airlines and airports requiring infrastructure changes to keep pace with the expectations of the “connected passenger.”
I particularly like one of the definitions for the word “swarm” that can be found in the Merriam Webster dictionary: “A large number of animate or inanimate things massed together and usually in motion.” Swarms of individual animals, such as birds, can attain incredible mass, involving thousands moving in lockstep with each other.
In my January 2 blog I wrote about the language used in patents, and more specifically, the unusual words that pop up in the titles of patents.
One of the companies being granted a patent with the start of the New Year is WiTricity Corp., about which I wrote in three of my blogs in 2014.
As 2014 came to a close and the New Year was ringing in, I found myself thinking about patent grants that could help me discover technologies that might come to market in the next few years.