Pittsburgh self-driving truck startup Locomation’s “truck platooning” technology could be the first step in moving the long-haul truck industry towards full autonomous vehicles.
As many Americans had virtual celebrations, Thanksgiving Day saw a year-over-year 45% jump in cable broadband usage on the holiday compared to last year, according to broadband management and analytics company OpenVault.
A telehealth platform developed by hospitals in Boston and New York is designed to improve clinical outcomes in previously hospitalized COVID-19 patients who are recovering and rehabilitating at home.
Telecommunications market research firm TeleGeography reports that international data traffic has spiked 47% as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. To cope with such a surge, operators worldwide have added 35% in capacity – nearly 10 percentage points more than what was added in 2019.
A new report from pharmaceutical company Novartis shows the healthcare and pharma industries becoming an increasingly desirable career destination for tech professionals, with 72% of tech professionals more likely to consider the field compared to before the pandemic.
Graduates of the electrical computer engineering department at George Mason University developed a sonic fire extinguisher that manipulates sound waves to put out fires using a mobile subwoofer gun.