IEEE Spectrum Podcast
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Seventy percent of the Dreamliner is preassembled by a tiered system of subcontractors that Boeing has never used before
A Microsoft Research economist’s focus shifts from presidential prediction to Hollywood handicapping
Reviewers are gaming the system at Amazon and elsewhere for mischief, politics, and profit
Lynn University is putting its two-year common-core curriculum entirely on the iPad mini
Why don’t guns recognize their owners and not shoot when in other hands?
Simple.com does much of what a bank does, without bricks, mortar, or fees
After a mass shooting or natural disaster, Wikipedia’s volunteers are on the story within hours and make thousands of edits in the first days
Self-publishers are putting out thousands of books that almost nobody will read, and making money at it
A Techwise Conversation with Nina Tandon, EE and tissue engineer
Using new technologies, researchers are creating smart fabrics that could protect us from disease and make our lives better
Robots will be everywhere in 2030, but not necessarily as humanoid domestic help
Smart vehicles could make the roads safer and ease congestion.
In a key step toward going fossil fuel-free, Bornholm is building the power grid of the future.
The idea of solar panels circling Earth and beaming down power is gaining traction
Nanotechnology will shape society, but scientists and the public have a say in just how much.