Interested in, and writing about the following: 

Artificial Intelligence (AI), Augmented Reality, Biotechnology, Blockchain, Cleantech, Consumer Electronics, Cryptocurrencies, Cybersecurity, Education, Energy, Enterprise Software, Fintech, Health tech, Industrial Internet & IoT, Internet of Things (IoT), Machine-to-Machine (M2M), Manufacturing tech & Materials, Med tech & Pharma, Mobile, On-demand Services, Retail tech, Robotics, Space Technology, Supply Chain, Electronics Supply Chain, Logistics, Transport & Automotive, Electric and Autonomous Vehicles, Aerospace tech, Smart Cities, Travel, Virtual Reality, Wearable Technology. 

Find below just a few samples of articles I have written on those topics. 

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A History of Vintage Consumer Electronics: The Marconi and Sinclair Collections

The history of consumer electronics goes back to the early 20th century, most precisely the 1920s. It was back then, one hundred years ago, when radio broadcasting incorporated the first major consumer product that went into mass production: The broadcast receiver. Manufacturers were overwhelmed by the demand for receivers. Existing units in dealers were sold out while customers lined up to complete order forms. The craziness for consumer electronics had just begun. The phonograph invented by

Cambridge Museum of Technology: A Story of Sewage and Waste Disposal in the Victorian Industrial Revolution

The city of Cambridge, England, is well known and recognized worldwide for its prestigious University. However, not many know about the Cambridge Museum of Technology and the engineering treasures it houses. This industrial heritage museum supported by Historic England is located at the Old Sewage Pumping Station on Cheddars Lane, right by the River Cam. The original building, a Scheduled Ancient Monument, housed a combined sewage pumping and waste destructor station built in 1894. In the 18th

Estonia: The World's Most Advanced Digital Society

Estonia is a small country in Northern Europe. Due to its quiet and pacific nature, the Baltic nation does not often get too much attention. However, Estonia is by far the most advanced digital society on the planet. Geographically, Estonia is surrounded by the Baltic Sea and Gulf of Finland. It is one of the Baltic countries, together with Lithuania and Latvia. Its capital city, Tallinn, is well known for its beautifully preserved medieval Old Town. Here, near the Old Town Square, you can even

e-Estonia: The World's Most Advanced Digital Society

Estonia is a small country in Northern Europe. Due to its quiet and pacific nature, the Baltic nation does not often get too much attention. However, Estonia is by far the most advanced digital society on the planet. Geographically, Estonia is surrounded by the Baltic Sea and Gulf of Finland. It is one of the Baltic countries, together with Lithuania and Latvia. Its capital city, Tallinn, is well known for its beautifully preserved medieval Old Town. Here, near the Old Town Square, you can even

Nokia 9.2 PureView: Leaked Specifications, Release Date, Price

This is the smartphone many Nokia fans around the world have been waiting for. Here is all you need to know about the upcoming Nokia Android flagship smartphone, Nokia 9.2 5G, also known as Nokia 9.2 PureView, or according to some rumors, Nokia 10. But, what's in a name after all? What matters is that it is the next Nokia smartphone. Together with many other consumer electronics products and industry announcements, the latest Nokia smartphone was set to be unleashed at MWC Barcelona 2020 later

Smart Wearables: Stylish Health, Wellness, Activity Trackers Integrate High-End Technology into Daily Life

The smart wearable market was valued at 216.18 million units in 2019, and is expected to reach 614.31 million units by 2025, at a CAGR of 19.1% in the period forecasted from 2020 to 2025, according to a Mordor Intelligence industry report. The general focus in recent years has been on providing a new aesthetic design to devices, in order to attract more customers, and give a new sense of fashion to smart technology. Wearable technology is an emerging trend that integrates high-end technology in

Coronavirus Disruption: Consequences for Display Panels Manufacturers

The recent coronavirus emergency in China, which is expanding at a global level, also represents a crisis in the electronics supply chain industry now and in the near future at least. The recent escalating coronavirus crisis is impacting production at display panel factories located in the semi-quarantined city of Wuhan, China. This means the production is going to experience a significant near-term reduction in the scheduled global supply of panels used in liquid crystal display televisions (L

Engineers Without Borders: Inspiring the Next Generation of Engineers

Engineers and engineering students of all disciplines shaping the world to make it a better place. This is what Engineers Without Borders International is all about. Today, for no special reason, we want to say thank you to each and every engineer around the world who contributed in the past and also to those who are contributing in the present with their work to the day-to-day challenges that society is still facing in the 21st century. If you happen to have an engineer in the family, or a fri

Smart Factory Enabling Electronics Engineers to Prototype Two Times Faster

Traditionally, electronics manufacturers had to use a decades-old, slow and transparent, outsourced contract-manufacturing process for the development of their printed circuit boards (PCB) and prototype products, a key component of electronics today. Prototyping has always been paramount to the development of final products that push the boundaries of technology and innovation. This was already true in the 1920s when the Prototyping becomes essential in technologies that are crucial to the cont

AI Facial Recognition and IP Surveillance for Smart Retail, Banking, and the Enterprise

Facial Recognition technology detects faces in the camera's field of view and matches them against faces previously stored in a database. Anti-spoofing is provided through liveness testing without the need for a stereo or a 3D camera. Face Recognition technology is now taking a further step as it is being combined with IP surveillance. Gemalto, a part of the Thales Group and a company that focuses on Digital Identification and Data Protection in order to counter the two root causes of cyberatta

Fira Barcelona Gran Via Venue at the Forefront of Wi-Fi 6 Deployment in Europe

As 5G network technology hits the mainstream in 2020, Fira Barcelona, the venue hosting MWC Barcelona 2020 from February 24 to 27, has taken another step forward in its commitment to lead the trade show industry toward digitization of services in general in addition to cutting-edge connectivity in particular. With this in mind, Fira Barcelona has begun to deploy Wi-Fi 6 technology in the Gran Via venue. Thanks to this improvement, the venue that hosts world-leading technological and corporate e

Ethical Surveillance: Artificial Intelligence Security Cameras Spot Guns to Prevent Mass Shootings

In 2015, journalist Nicholas Kristof writing in his column in the New York Times about gun violence in the United States said that "more Americans have died from guns in the United States since 1968 than on battlefields of all the wars in the American history." According to IHS Markit, a London-based global information provider, by the year 2021, there will be one billion surveillance cameras going live. What are the ethical implications of having a billion security cameras watching us at every

Smart Connected Airports: Brussels Airport Innovates with Private 5G Network

The next-generation of wireless network that will succeed 4G is set to improve connectivity between people and things. In 2020, larger deployments of 5G networks will take place across all industries, including the aviation industry. 5G connectivity means lower latency, larger bandwidths, and radios closer to the edge via smaller cells. Industries are expected to use technology to reach a new level of efficiency and productivity. All in all, intelligent connectivity is going to become the heart

Next-Generation of Cloud Computing: Distributed Cloud

Cloud Computing is not a new concept. In the 1960s, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's (MIT) Project MAC, a collaborative project on Mathematics and Computation, already carried out computer networking experiments. In 1969, a Computer Networks group was created in order to allow people on different computers and in different locations to access and share the programs and information located on a single computer. It was the beginning of what it was later going to be known as Cloud Comp

Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2020

New and emerging technologies have the capacity to change our lives. If they are used correctly, they can improve the way we live, work, and do business. If misused, they can create problems ranging from a small disturbance caused by automated software to a large scale security breach. Rapid developments and adoption of these technologies in the enterprise are contributing to the digital transformation that slowly started some years ago. And so, year after year industry analysts identify the te

Teslasuit's New VR-Powered Glove Lets You Feel Physical Objects in Virtual Reality

The rapid advancements and developments in haptic technology make possible today the creation of virtual environments which are able to provide a fully immersive Virtual Reality (VR) experience to users of haptic technology wearables. Haptics, is a technology which allows the user of the haptic wearable to receive tactile information through their sensations. Teslasuit is a human-to-digital interface designed to simulate experience and accelerate the user's mastery of skills in the physical wor

How to Read Books Like Bill Gates: Microsoft Founder's Reading List for Winter

Seven years ago, Bill Gates decided to start a tradition that benefits everyone with a passion for knowledge and reading good books. Since then, the founder of Microsoft Corporation annually shares two lists of his selected and favorite works of non-fiction and fiction: A summer reading list and a winter reading list. Gates is a really passionate reader. He reads 50 books per year, finishing each book he starts as one of his rules. Sometimes, he would spend more time reading a book he disagrees

The Future of Aviation: Electric Airplanes Will Decarbonize the Aviation Industry

The global aviation industry produces about two percent of all human-induced carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. Aviation is responsible for 12 percent of CO2 emissions from all transport sources, compared to 74 percent from road transport, according to the Air Transport Action Group (ATAG). In 2018, flights produced 895 million tonnes of CO2, worldwide. Globally, humans produced over 42 billion tonnes of CO2. Aviation has brought great benefits to humanity; it has connected people and businesses a

Hacker Who Blackmailed Apple Claiming Access to iCloud Accounts Sentenced, but No Prison Time

The U.K.'s National Crime Agency (NCA), a national law enforcement agency in the United Kingdom, has announced that the U.K. authorities have finally sentenced a cybercriminal who thought he could go on blackmailing Apple Inc. without suffering any consequences. After a two-year investigation and trial, the NCA released the sentence. Kerem Albayrak, aged 22, demanded $75,000 in crypto-currency or a thousand $100 iTunes gift cards from Apple by claiming he had access to 319 million iCloud accoun

VR/AR in Health Applications Powered by User's Biometrics Eases Stress and Anxiety

Stress. A silent killer. Could Virtual and Augmented reality be the solution to this increasing problem that affects millions of people around the world? In 2019, 94 percent of American workers report experiencing stress at their workplace. According to Wrike's United States stress statistics from 2019, only 6 percent of workers do not report feeling stressed at work. Around 23 percent of them described their stress levels as high, while 6 percent said their levels of stress were unreasonably h
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