Technology Reporter, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Technology pundit. Writer. Gamer. Dog lover, softcore cyclist, gamer, gadgeteer & engineering groupie.
jsonline.com — An offshoot of TED, the red-hot set of conferences that are happening around the globe, will make its first appearance in Milwaukee on May 9 in the Harambee neighborhood north of downtown. TEDxHarambee will feature 10 presentations around the theme of STEAM, Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Music, organizers said.
forbes.com — No iPhone 5S until September or October. A smartTV at the end of 2013. Larger-screen iPhone and smartwarch in 2014. A new killer service around mobile payments. A China Mobile deal for the iPhone - finally. Those are some of the takeaways from comments made by Apple CEO Tim Cook yesterday after the [...]
youtube.com — Come sing with ADVANCE Young Professionals, with all proceeds from the event benefiting the United Performing Arts Fund (UPAF). The event is 4:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. April 25th at Whiskey Bar, 788 N. Jackson St. in Milwaukee.
youtube.com — The new Allen-Bradley® PowerFlex® 525 AC drive from Rockwell Automation delivers an innovative modular design that is remarkably versatile and can accommodate systems ranging from standalone machines to simple system integration. These next generation compact drives come with embedded EtherNet/IP™ communications, safety, USB configuration and a high ambient operating temperature, as well as a wide range of motor control ideal for a vast array of applications.
gamepolitics.com — The Washington Times (thanks to PHX Corp for pointing this out) notes that the President is not looking for more regulations on video games and movies (through research announced today through the CDC), but wants the respective industries to provide parents with more tools so they can make more informed decisions about the content their children are consuming.
forbes.com — One of several 3D-printed high-capacity magazines Defense Distributed has tested. The DIY gunsmith group Defense Distributed has set out to prove the impossibility of crafting effective gun control legislation in the age of cheap consumer 3D printers. But at least one congressman seems eager to try. On Wednesday New York Representative Steve [...]
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