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Expat engineers in Kuwait panic over work visa renewals

The sudden enforcement of a new Kuwaiti work visa law has left hundreds of expat engineers in a state of panic. The new law, brought in by Kuwaitâ??s Public Authority for Manpower, has hit hard on expat engineers in the process of renewing their work permits, as itâ??s now mandatory to present a no-objection certificate. The... Expats Blog -

Snap is laying off about 100 engineers

The company has seen several rounds of layoffs in recent months in its marketing, recruiting and content divisions.        

Sheldon Chalet combines extreme engineering with luxury on North America's highest mountain

Sheldon Chalet is a cozy retreat perched on the flanks of North America’s highest mountain in Alaska. Set on Denali at 6,000 feet in elevation, the Sheldon Chalet offers views of breathtaking natural surroundings while enveloping its guest in a blanket of luxury and comfort.[...]

Researchers develop optical tools to detect metabolic changes linked to disease

Metabolic changes in cells can occur at the earliest stages of disease. In most cases, knowledge of those signals is limited, since we usually detect disease only after it has done significant damage. Now, a team led by engineers atShow More Summary

Previewing Android P

Posted by Dave Burke, VP of Engineering Last week at Mobile World Congress we saw that Android's ecosystem of developers, device makers, and silicon partners continues to bring amazing experiences to users worldwide. Looking ahead, today we're sharing the first developer preview of Android P, the newest version of Android. Show More Summary

7 of the Top Search Engine Optimization Techniques

by Robert Clough In order to run a successful business, you need proper SEO strategies in place. Read on to learn about some of the best search engine optimization techniques. Frustrated with a lack of targeted traffic on your website?...Show More Summary

Making Your Own Soldering Station

An industrious maker reverse engineers and builds his own high-end soldering station. Read more on MAKE The post Making Your Own Soldering Station appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.

How to Crack IIT JEE in Second Attempt

Getting admission in IIT is a dream for every engineering aspirant. While everyone wishes to start their career with this prestigious name, not all are able to do so as the entrance exam for IIT is a tough nut to crack. JEE Main 2018 is scheduled for April 15-16, 2018. Interested and eligible candidates will […]

Microsoft announces modern WebView control for Win32 apps

During the Windows Developer Day event today, Microsoft today announced support for modern WebView control for Win32 apps. The modern WebView control is based on Microsoft Edge rendering engine instead of the old IE11 based web-control. Show More Summary

An Exhibit!

There’s actually an exhibit of process art for my book in the Fine Arts library at USC! Maybe of interest. There will be a companion exhibit about graphic novels over in the science and engineering library. Opening shortly. There’s actually an exhibit of process art for my book in the … Click to continue reading this post ? The post An Exhibit! appeared first on Asymptotia.

Portland State receives $1m grant to aid STEM transfer students

(Portland State University) Portland State University faculty have received a $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation to help students transferring from community colleges to achieve STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) degrees. More than half of the money will go to student scholarships.

Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo: How Porsche shifted with the market

"We are big believers that pure electric vehicles or plug-in hybrids can be real Porsche cars like those with an internal-combustion engine." Continue reading Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo: How Porsche shifted with the market Porsche...Show More Summary

WeWork acquires SEO and marketing company Conductor

WeWork is acquiring Conductor. The two businesses might not seem like an obvious fit. Why would a coworking giant buy a company that’s best known for search engine optimization? Well, Conductor co-founder and CEO Seth Besmertnik said that he and WeWork CEO Adam Neumann went to college together, and they’ve “kept reconnecting and reconnecting over the years.” More… Read More

Broadcom Says It Will Invest $1.5B In US to Win Qualcomm

Looking to assuage fears in the U.S. government, Broadcom today committed to creating a $1.5 billion fund that it will use to invest in technology and engineers. Broadcom claims part of its business model is to acquire companies and focus resources to strengthen that company's core franchise. Show More Summary

Crops successfully engineered to need 25 percent less water

Scientists have revealed that a simple genetic tweak to overexpress a single protein in crops could result in the plants needing up to 25 percent less water to produce a regular yield. It's hoped the breakthrough research will lead to...Show More Summary

Hybrid solar cell captures energy from the sun and raindrops

As useful and ubiquitous as solar energy is becoming, it still has one major Kryptonite: gloomy weather. Now, a team of Chinese engineers has developed a hybrid solar cell that can produce electricity come rain or shine, using the triboelectric...Show More Summary

Google brings Lens to all Google Photos users on Android

Google Lens, the company’s visual search engine that can recognize what’s in your images and scan business cards, among other things, is now rolling out to all Google Photos users on Android. This marks Google’s first major expansion for Lens, which was previously only available to those who had access to the latest Pixel phones. Show More Summary

Who makes the NCAA tournament? Researchers at the University of Illinois can help

(University of Illinois College of Engineering) The field for NCAA Tournament will be announced March 11, and basketball fans want to know which teams will be a part of March Madness. Researchers at the University of Illinois may have discovered the secret to forecasting the field. Show More Summary

Google search is now available on iMessage for Apple devices

INTERNATIONAL - Google has announced that it has integrated its search engine on iOS devices. This means that the Google Search app for iOS has been added as an iMessage extension. Users can now search for and share things like videos, businesses, and more when messaging their contacts on iMessage. Show More Summary

Google Search comes to iMessage

Google Search is now available within iMessage. In an effort to more deeply integrate Google’s search engine on iOS devices, the company announced today that its Search app for iOS has added an iMessage extension, allowing iPhone and iPad users to search the web, then quickly add those search results to their iMessage conversations. Show More Summary

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