Philly employers are desperately seeking tech workers even as Silicon Valley giants are laying off thousands
Major layoffs at big technology companies have dominated national headlines in recent months, seemingly portending doom and gloom for tech workers. But the reality for most companies, including Philadelphia employers, is ...
Feb 7, 2023
'Assassin's Creed' composer wins first ever video game music Grammy
"Assassin's Creed" composer Stephanie Economou won the first ever Grammy honoring video game scores at Sunday's gala in Los Angeles.
Feb 6, 2023
Intel and Spatronics jolt Bay Area job market with more tech layoffs: New filings
The jolts from Intel's announced job cuts have intensified with disclosures of plans by the chipmaking giant to slash more jobs in Santa Clara, California, according to new state filings.
Jan 27, 2023
'Ineffective' organization of police digital forensics slowing down investigations: Study
"Ineffective" methods of risk assessment and the processing of items for digital forensic analysis have led to police tensions and are slowing down investigations, a new study warns.
Jan 24, 2023
Human error caused outage that snarled US airports: regulator
The computer glitch that forced the temporary suspension last week of US domestic airline departures was caused by a contractor mistakenly deleting files, the country's aviation regulator said Thursday.
Jan 20, 2023
Qantas flight mayday: Can a plane normally fly on just one engine? An aviation expert explains
You may have seen the news Qantas flight 144 from Auckland landed safely in Sydney yesterday after the pilot was forced to shut down an engine and issue a mayday call while flying over the Pacific Ocean.
Jan 19, 2023
A new method to evaluate the threat of air attacks in warship defense operations
In a recent research study, scientists have proposed a new method to evaluate the threat of air attacks on multiple targets in the field of warship defense operations. The proposed method, which is based on an improved version ...
Jan 12, 2023
Tech at CES shows how farmers can save time, money and the environment
Armed with a smartphone in today's ever more connected world, farmers can remotely monitor the health of their fields, the level of feed in their silos or even the aging of wine in barrels.
Jan 9, 2023
Cosy gaming: how curling up with Animal Crossing is changing what it means to be a gamer
Where once the finishing touch for our sofa-based oasis may have been a book or a romantic comedy, consumers are increasingly reaching for their Nintendo Switch or laptops to enjoy the comforting monotony of low stakes and ...
Jan 4, 2023
Researchers test 3D printing materials used for art projects to see if they will stand the test of time
A team of researchers at Universidad Complutense de Madrid, has tested two of the most popular materials used to 3D print useful objects, including those used for art projects, to see how well they might stand the test of ...
Jan 3, 2023 report