On Pi Day, electronics distributor, Farnell has revealed new insights from its global survey of users of Raspberry Pi single-board computers, revealing why and how both professional engineers & makers use it – with price and ease-of-use both ranking highly.
On Pi Day (3/14), reichelt elektronik take a closer look at the Rock Pi, comparing it to the Raspberry Pi across development board power, connectivity and accessories – ultimately asking is Rock Pi flexible and powerful enough for makers?
The UK’s electronics sector experienced a strong rebound in 2017 & 2018, representing almost two-thirds of UK manufacturing growth in 2018. Product design for smart devices, 5G, digital medicines and export demand from Asia are all key growth opportunities.
In an open letter on the World Wide Web’s 30th birthday, web inventor, Sir Tim Berners-Lee reflects on how the web has changed our world and what we must do to build a better web that serves all of humanity.
Nine purple plaques have been installed to celebrate the achievements of pioneering female inventors after a nationwide search. The commemorative plaques have been placed across the UK to recognise the winners of the 2019 Women in Innovation Awards, announced by Business Secretary, Greg Clark on International Women’s Day.
Launched on International Women's Day and during National Apprenticeship Week, this year's Top 50 Women in Engineering WE50 award theme will be current or former apprentices.
SGS's test laboratories in Shenzhen (China), New Taipei City (Taiwan) & Espoo (Finland) have been awarded Accredited Test Lab status by Sigfox, a leading provider of connectivity for IoT.
Amphenol RF has released its Smart Cities Solutions Guide, first in a series of digital resources geared at helping design engineers specify interconnect solutions for diverse IoT applications.
The increase of women in the workforce is one of the most significant structural changes in the economy over the last 40 years. Over the past few decades, there has been a massive rise in the female workforce, with the employment rate of women aged 25 to 54 up rising from 57% in 1975 to a record high of 78% in 2017.