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March 2011 (13)

New Course at UC Berkeley Changes the Course for Product Design

As the students of UC Berkeley converged back on campus this semester (Spring 2011), a new course taught by Tom McKeag titled, "How Would Nature Do That?" appeared in their elective offerings from the College of Natural Resources. The course is focused on biomimicry, the study of nature to find solutions that are typically both more resource efficient and environmentally sustainable than standard solutions.

Mar 11, 2011

The Evolving Smartphone Segment – Post MWC Announcements

After returning from Barcelona, I have been able to give more thought to the different smartphones that were announced and exhibited at the show. And while the Nokia and Microsoft announcement on the Friday prior to the show seemed to steal some of the headlines, there was no shortage of new launches at the event.

Mar 9, 2011 by Pete Lancia

EOBR Mandate? Think Bigger.

The EOBR mandate appears like it is going to happen. The FMCSA has already issued a proposed rulemaking. Congress has introduced legislation to force FMCSA to act on timely basis if it does not on its own.

Mar 9, 2011 by Dave Kraft

2011 Game Developers Conference

It was an exciting week in San Francisco at the 2011 Game Developers Conference. Mobile gaming has truly never looked so good with new, gaming-focused smartphones such as Sony Ericsson’s XperiaTM PLAY and larger screen tablets such as HP’s new TouchPad .

Mar 8, 2011 by Michelle Leyden Li

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