Five Famously Wrong Predictions About Technology

POSTED BY: KATHY PRETZ / 19 December 2014
If these came true, there would be no home computers, tablets, or Internet

The Institute’s Most Popular Articles of 2014

POSTED BY: MONICA ROZENFELD / 19 December 2014
Tech history, bioengineering, and engineering employment top the list

Celebrating 25 Years of the World Wide Web

POSTED BY: JOHN R. PLATT / 16 December 2014
A look back at how it began and what it will become

The Business of Software-Defined Networks

POSTED BY: ANTONIO MANZALINI / 12 December 2014
How the emerging field will transform a multitude of industries

Predictions from the IEEE Technology Time Machine Symposium

POSTED BY: KATHY PRETZ / 9 December 2014
Experts look 20 years out to forecast the state of six areas of technology

Remembering Ralph Baer, the Father of Video Games

POSTED BY: AMANDA DAVIS / 8 December 2014
The IEEE Fellow invented the home video console

What’s Next for Computers After Moore’s Law Ends?

POSTED BY: KATHY PRETZ / 3 December 2014
Experts ponder this question at latest IEEE Rebooting Computing summit

Son’s Quest to Get Father of Video Games Elevated to IEEE Fellow

POSTED BY: KATHY PRETZ / 25 November 2014
Being named an IEEE Fellow is a highlight of Ralph Baer’s illustrious career

Ask The Experts: Software-Defined Networks

POSTED BY: MONICA ROZENFELD / 20 November 2014
Two IEEE leaders in this field are here to answer your questions

The Legacy of Alan Turing and The Imitation Game

POSTED BY: MICHAEL GESELOWITZ / 18 November 2014
New movie depicts the mathematician’s heroism cracking the German Enigma Code, yet he had his own tragic life story


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