The Troy engineering and software provider Altair announced an achievement in the electronics industry Wednesday that is expected to accelerate the development of new smartphones, tablets, home appliances and other consumer electronics while enabling engineers to create a wider range of durable designs.
So what’s the latest on this fine fall Wednesday? Well, let’s take a look at the wonderful worlds of science and technology…
You may soon be able to leave that tablet or smartphone on during takeoff and landing.
Researchers took swabs from 90 devices …
Dematic, a supplier of logistics systems for the factory, warehouse, and distribution center, has further extended the power of its mobile monitoring service designed to deliver real-time warehouse information via smart phones or tablet devices.
Whirlpool Corp. Monday announced the launch of a line of smart appliances with technology it has branded 6th Sense Live.
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What’s the latest from the amazing, astounding and occasionally terrifying world of high technology? Glad you asked — here it is!
Two family incidents prompted Rick Wielopolski to create RecordVault data encryption software for smartphones.
The unified communications and technology management provider Technology Solutions LLC announced Tuesday the launch of its “Bring Your Own Device” management service.
Ferndale-based Livio Monday announced that Livio Connect, the company’s middleware API for integrating smartphone apps with vehicle hardware systems, is now available at “freemium” pricing for application developers.