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Printed electronics allow technological leap in wearable devices

Advances in printed electronics are facilitating innovative developments, such as flexible and rolling screens for different applications, including e-readers, smartphones, lighting solutions to be adapted to complex surfaces and electronic...

source: By Adolfo Benedito
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Smart cities are starting to take off in North Texas, with many giving new technologies the green light to connect cars and keep traffic moving. "That's one of the goals of connected cities is to have more effective, safer transportation", says Thomas Bamonte, senior manager...

source: KXAS-TV

Business units are increasingly adding technology experts to their staffs independent of the traditional IT department, a new report from CompTIA, the world's leading technology association, reveals. Executives cite the need for...

source: CompTIA

Everyone wants to be happy, but many people aren't (especially people who live in Burundi). So how can you be happier? There's good news and bad. Unfortunately, approximately 50 percent of your happiness, your "happiness set-point,"...

source: Inc.

Dallas-based Texas Instruments Inc., one of the largest suppliers of semiconductors to the automotive industry, says its new range of radar chips is going to shake up the way that cars and industrial equipment see the world around them.

source: The Dallas Morning News

The nascent off-Earth manufacturing industry is getting set to take its next big steps. Made In Space, the California-based company that owns and operates the commercial 3-D printer aboard the International Space Station (ISS), is developing new technology, called Archinaut,...

source: NBC News

Flying cars, self-sustained electric grids, and autonomous cars aren't just fantasies — they could all transform the world in the next eight years. These bold predictions were the focus of the 2025 Visionaries Roundtable discussion Tuesday during the North Texas Smart...

source: Dallas Innovates


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