an you take a picture underwater with your smartphone? Or drop your smartphone in a bucket of water? Despite the images showcased in promotional material, water remains the culprit for 39% of accidental smartphone damage in the United States.
The invention of the electric light changed the lives of millions of people. It led to safer working conditions and better educational environments, improved healthcare and economic growth, throughout the 20th century. We now stand on the threshold of a new lighting revolution.
As technologies advance rapidly, they are changing how we live and work and along with this, the expectations of people and businesses. Leadership and management of public, private and not-for-profit organizations must stay up to date with this evolution.
Forget about voice control or facial recognition, one of the hottest gadgets at this year’s CES was a wearable brain-to-computer interface, which enables people to switch on the television using the power of their brains.
The president of the Canadian National Committee, Jacques Régis has retired, after years of dedication to standardization and conformity assessment. He is replaced by Colin Clark who has been vice-president since 2017.