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At CES 2022 Smaller Voices Made Bigger Noise

CES 2022 was a very different sort of show and that may have a big influence in how trade shows, especially this one, are designed in the future.

Arevo and Our 3D-Printed Future

Are we on the edge of breaking through, poised to transform how we as humans will make things forever? This CEO thinks so.

New Haven Landmark Becomes a Symbol of Climate Action

Architects are converting the empty Brutalist style building that looms over Interstate 95 into a net zero boutique hotel that won't rely on fossil fuels for energy.

CES 2021 Will Showcase Plenty of Truly Useful Tech

Viewed through a screen, CES may offer us a glimpse at more substance and less glitz than if we were shuffling through the throngs at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Here’s a sneak peek at...

The Thriving Do-Not-Touch Economy

“Do Not Touch” is this year’s revenue battle cry. Proximity sensing, voice, NFC, 5G, sensors, and the cloud are just some of the enabling technologies that make it all possible.

Pandemic Fashion and Beauty: Does Reality Still Matter?

As we stare at our screens for a larger portion of each day, the lines between real and digital are getting fuzzier. Phase 2 of screen life will blur real and digital even more.

Inspired at CES, Seattle Teenagers Tackle Tech to Diagnose Covid-19

At ages 15 and 16 respectively, Sage Khanuja and Nikolas Ioannou were among five winners of Young Innovators to Watch award at CES in January. Their project, Spria, was a low-cost 3D-printed device that could,...

The Office is Dead. Long Live the Office.

The social construct most affected by COVID-19 is office work. When we return to offices, the standards and norms the govern how we work will have irrevocably changed.

Is ALL Technology “Humane”?

It's hard to call some technologies inhumane when we make them all. Who is then responsible, in light of our common sense reaction that some innovations don't feel humane at all?

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