Christmas Lights Can Slow Wi-Fi, But They Probably Won’t
10 December 2015
IEEE Senior member Thomas Coughlin and IEEE Fellow Stuart Lipoff discuss whether or not Wi-Fi is affected by Christmas lights from radio interferences.
Driverless Car Technology: Impressed By Google Car? Just Wait For The Auto App Explosion
10 November 2015
IEEE Senior member Jeff Miller discusses the technology behind autonomous vehicles and the universal networking standards they will have to use.
Six ways to keep your mobile phone charged
The Daily Telegraph
30 October 2015
Kevin Curran discusses various ways to preserve a phone's battery life, saying, “Charging overnight is not an ideal practice as the phone remains plugged in for longer than necessary, weakening the battery."
Humans vs robots: Driverless cars are safer than human driven vehicle
28 September 2015
IEEE Senior member Kevin Curran says, "Computers don't get bored, tired, or distracted because they want to change the radio station or send a text message." Kevin explains that the improvement in road safety with driverless cars is simply down to there being many tasks that robots, machines, or driverless cars can do much better than people.
Be Glad Tesla's Working on that Ultra-Creepy Charging Arm
19 August 2015
IEEE Senior member Lee Stogner discusses the technology behind Tesla's robotic EV charging arm and the broader industry implications.
Robotics in Pharmacy Automation
1 July 2015
During an interview with Express Pharma, Ramaltha Marimuthu, IEEE Senior member and member of the IEEE Education Society, IEEE Women in Engineering Society, and IEEE Society on Social Implications of Technology, discusses how robots will play a role in pharmacy automation.
The New Mobile World Order (Video Clip)
4 June 2015
IEEE member Diogo Mónica discusses the future of mobile trends and the impact it will have on companies.
Advanced Digital Photography Coming
1 May 2015
IEEE Fellow Stu Lipoff discusses how the advancement of chip technology will bring more functionality and features to cell phones.
Can Your New MacBook's USB-C Port Be Hacked?
9 April 2015
IEEE member Diogo Mónica speaks about the potential security hazards to the new USB-C technology that will be appearing on the new MacBook computers.
SXSW 2015: Dr. Leslie Saxon on The Implantable Future
16 March 2015
IEEE member Dr. Leslie Saxon discusses what triggered her interest in wearable sensors and data collection.
How to improve your online security? Change your passwords now
The Guardian, UK
25 January 2015
IEEE Senior member Kevin Curran discusses what anti-virus software is available to consumers when it comes to protecting their smartphones and tablets.