We may still need roads, but in the future, it’s looking like steering wheels and brake pedals might not be all that necessary.
The United States’ Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) is looking to advance its development process for aircraft and weapons, and at least one commander believes ditching paper will be the path forward.
The burden of ensuring hackers don’t gain access to unsecured connected devices can’t totally fall on consumers. Improved security for smart devices is also the responsibility of companies creating these products, and many are being called on to step up their game.
Test Runner is available for download in the Apple App Store, aimed at all customers using hosted instances.
Recent updates from the race to conquer the future of driverless vehicles…
Consumer electronics manufacturers are facing new hurdles in getting their products out to market and into the hands of customers.
The marriage of hardware and software is no longer a niche trend in product design. With the growing phenomenon, The Atlantic recently ran a piece, titled “The Coming Software Apocalypse,” about the serious challenges industries face when developing products that rely on both hardware and software, and the real-world consequences occurring as a result. According […]
This article series is based on the findings of a VDC Research report, “Developing for Success in Consumer Electronics.” Time-to-market pressures are a constant source of concern for product and software developers. The period between a product’s inception and public release is shrinking, and the dearth of developers, engineers, and coders allocated to tackle this […]