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IBM and Linux Foundation Call on Developers to Make Natural Disasters Less Deadly

The international Call for Code competition encourages developers to invent new technologies that can assist people after a hurricane or flood.

Publish date: 08/08/2019

Get Up to Speed on the Blockchain, Smart Grid, 5G, and More

Access more than 700 online courses via IEEE’s new education portal.

Publish date: 08/06/2019

Who’s Hiring? Google’s Wing, Facebook’s Libra, and Uber Competitor Ola

The last three months have been a busy time for engineering job news, with a number of companies opening new development centers around the world. Silicon Valley, meanwhile, was mostly quiet.

Publish date: 08/02/2019

Four Actions Engineers Can Take to Ensure Their Startup Succeeds

Venture advisor Chenyang Xu recommends staying up to date on technology and taking entrepreneurship classes.

Publish date: 07/30/2019

Revealing the Hidden Beauty of Common Components

Eric Schlaepfer showcases the surprisingly intricate structures of capacitors, LEDs, connectors, and other often-overlooked parts.

Publish date: 07/29/2019

Semiconductor CEOs on Computing’s Big Role in Slowing the Advance of Climate Change

The end of Moore’s Law will drive a renaissance in chip innovation, CEOs say. But the semiconductor industry must face the existential question of power consumption driving climate change.

Publish date: 07/29/2019

Where Are All the Mobile Developers?

Job openings for mobile developers are booming while interest from job seekers trails off, says a new study from Indeed.

Publish date: 07/23/2019

Tech Workers Are Finding Jobs Outside of Traditional Tech

Banks, agricultural companies, and utilities are hiring more tech employees than ever before.

Publish date: 07/23/2019

UbiquitiLink Wants To Turn Every Cellphone Into a Satellite Phone

Satellite start-up UbiquitiLink's patented technology allows ordinary cellphones to use satellites like cell towers, bringing cheap messaging to millions

Publish date: 07/23/2019

Alaska’s Engineering Colleges Prepare to Slash Programs, Lay Off Faculty

Dramatic cuts to the budget of the state’s only public university put its engineering programs in jeopardy

Publish date: 07/23/2019