Is Hardware Dead? Hardly.

Is Hardware Dead? Hardly.

By Irene Sterian. As technology consumers, we often interact with the user interface or software portion of new technologies. Software updates have become part of owning a device. We wait for new features to be added and complain when they aren’t. In a way, the hardware becomes an afterthought; seen more as a declining asset than a platform brimming with new possibilities, when in fact, the pace of change is in-part driven by innovations at the hardware level.

Industrial SkyWorks Releases BlueVu Software

Industrial SkyWorks Releases BlueVu Software

Industrial Skyworks, leader in drone inspection and data management, has officially launched BlueVu for digital inspections from drone-data. BlueVu helps engineers and drone pilots obtain clear, accurate and professional looking reports. Read...
Job Opening: Ruby on Rails Developer

Job Opening: Ruby on Rails Developer

InField Solutions is hiring! Intermediate Ruby on Rails Developer: • 3+ years’ experience building web applications in a team environment in both the front end and back end • Understanding of front-end technologies such as JavaScript, HTML5, CSS3, Jquery & AJAX,...