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By IEEE Computer Society Team
The rapid development of technology has led to a wide application of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in Internet of Things (IoT). Because of their small size and high mobility, UAVs are being used to meet the increasing demands of social services in the realms of communications, sensing, and rescuing. UAVs…
By Dr. Jon Peddie
Tseng Labs’ET4000AX (Source: Eep386:Wikipedia) Founded by Jack Hsiao Nan Tseng and John J. Gibbons in Newtown, Pennsylvania, Tseng Labs developed a chipset for graphics AIBs for the IBM PC and compatibles from 1983 to December 1997. The company was best-known for the ET3000, s ET4000, and ET6000 VGA-compatible graphics chips.…
By Indy Gupta
“I wrote all criteria that can lead me to making a decision… ranked them… and at that point of time I threw all that away because I knew what I wanted.”  – Dejan Milojicic, giving his “algorithm” for making tough choices/tough decisions. Episode 4! The fourth and final installment of…
By IEEE Computer Society
Hispanic Heritage Month is observed annually from September 15 – October 15 to celebrate the history and achievements of generations of individuals with Hispanic ancestry. The celebrations begin mid-September as many Hispanic countries celebrate their independence around this time of year; including Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Mexico,…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
The new membership year is upon us. Take advantage of 50% off your student membership dues when you join both IEEE and IEEE Computer Society. The IEEE Computer Society is more than just about circuits and binary code; it’s about forging into new frontiers with technology as our guidepost. We…
By Vincent David
If we talk about public cloud storage services, Microsoft’s OneDrive is one of the most well-known cloud services in the industry. However, countless individuals enjoy accessing the OneDrive but are unaware of it or are unsure how to utilize it. This article will discuss what OneDrive is, how to obtain…
By Ana Hoffman
Whether you are an internet user or a website owner, you must know some privacy tools to keep hackers and bad actors at bay. Cyberspace is by far one of the biggest inventions in human history. It bridges the gap between countries and promotes ease of doing businesses across continents. But, like…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Submit A Proposal The IEEE Computer Society Diversity & Inclusion Committee seeks proposals for projects, programs, and events that further its mission to positively impact diversity, equity, and inclusion throughout the computing community. These activities might include, but are not limited to, solution-oriented panel discussions addressing issues related to diversity…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Most people will agree, there are few corners of our lives COVID-19 hasn’t impacted. Education and industry are two domains still navigating how to meet the demands of this paradigm shift while maintaining some of the benefits brought on by remote education and work. Education was already implementing e-learning before…
By NETSCOUT
Healthcare organizations are undergoing a strategic, digital transformation as they modernize applications and migrate workloads to the cloud. They are pursuing these strategies to utilize the cloud’s flexibility and scalability to serve patients better, improve healthcare outcomes, and reduce hospitalization rates. Cloud-centric infrastructure also improves the clinician experience. And overall,…
By Indy Gupta
“We came, most of us, with all the money that our parents could spare… Americans don’t get as much about immigrants, that when you’re coming, that’s it…  it has to work.” – Jelena Mirkovic Episode 3! She went to “trade school” but ended up in research. Hear how a key…
By Dr. Jon Peddie
Alphamosaic Ltd was a UK semiconductor company founded by Robert Swann and Steve Barlow in 2000 in Cambridge, UK. The company was a spin-out from Cambridge Consultants, and they developed low-power mobile multimedia processors based on their VideoCore architecture. The VC01 chip centered around a novel 2D DSP architecture for…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Congratulations! You’ve found one of our trivia questions. Enter for a chance to win. Prizes will be raffled monthly and a grand prize winner will be announced December 2021! Get all the details for our IEEE Computer Society Trivia Game. Trivia Question: What is the frequency of ComputingEdge magazine? HiddenDate…
By Gilad David Maayan
 What Is Kubernetes Persistent Storage? Containers are an immutable form of storage, so when they shut down, any data created during their lifetime disappears. This is useful for certain applications, but other applications often need to preserve or share information. For example, an application that relies on a database requires…
By Indy Gupta
“Because we’re expected to fail… We come here with very little… So Take a Chance!” – Nenad Medvidovic. Episode 2 is out! He came to the US knowing little to no English. Then he became a Professor, leader of the Software Engineering community, and an IEEE Fellow. And he did…
By Indy Gupta
In this first episode of the Immigrant Computer Scientists podcast we travel back a few decades, to the 1980s and 1990s. To a country that no longer exists in 2021. This episode features oral history immigration stories narrated by two Professors of Computer Science, and a Distinguished Technologist in Tech…
By IEEE Computer Society
Like stories? About immigrants? Who are also Computer Scientists? In the Immigrant Computer Scientists Podcast, distinguished and renowned Computer Scientists from both academia and industry narrate their personal experiences of immigrating from where they grew up, to a completely different land (often the US), for study, work, or other reasons.…
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By IEEE Computer Society Team
July 12, 2021 saw the start of the IEEE Computer Society’s signature Computers, Software, and Applications Conference (COMPSAC). COMPSAC is an annual, week-long conference that brings together computer science and information technology professionals and researchers from across the globe to network and present their latest findings The meeting rotated annually…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Large wall-sized displays show great potential for data analysis due to their sheer size making it possible to visualize large amounts of data at once. This helps in understanding complex, multivariate data sets but highlighting their connections. But what if there was a better way? Scientists from Interactive Media Lab…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Earlier last month, the International Panel on Climate Change (IPPC) released a major report on the physical science bases of climate change. This report builds upon previous works from 2012 and 2019, adding new evidence from climate science. This includes the current state of our planet’s climate and the influence…
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