A new technology developed by Northwest University researchers simulates the sensation of touch when coupled with VR devices using a fitted, flexible material that vibrates on skin.
According to FAIR Health’s Monthly Regional Tacker, telehealth claim lines — an individual service or procedure listed on an insurance claim — rose over 3,800% in the U.S. from July 2019 to July 2020.
Accenture Strategy estimates US telecom operators will spend up to $275B over the course of seven years to build out the nation’s 5G networks and create significant contributions to the US economy, including up to three million jobs and an approximately $500B boost to GDP.
New AI robots developed by the Toyota Research Institute are being tested to perform a variety of tasks around the home, including cleaning, decluttering, and tending to individuals with physical needs.
A new study by Pew Research Center shows about a quarter of American adults now get their news from YouTube, where independent news creators and established news channels make up roughly equal shares of consumption.
A new flexible supercapacitor developed by engineers at the University of Glasgow uses human sweat to safely store energy for smart wearable devices, replacing the need for conventional batteries.
A report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates that U.S farms could generate between $18 and $23 billion annually as a result of increased high-speed connectivity to power the latest next-gen technologies.
Congressman Rick Boucher, IIA Honorary Chair, recently spoke with National Grange President Betsy Huber about the need to close the access portion of the digital divide by bringing broadband to unserved communities in the United States, primarily in rural America.
Loughborough University student Anthony Camu recently designed a portable handheld “robotic guide dog” device coined “Theia” that replicates the abilities of a guide dog for the visually impaired.