For the four-part Engineering Big Ideas series presented by Mouser, electrical engineer and television host Grant Imahara has traveled around the world to see what really happens on the road to innovation.
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There's a lot to like about Lightroom, even with Photoshop's big move. This week, Adobe introduced the first full version of Photoshop for the iPad. The initial release is missing some familiar features
The tablet attached to my leg—and the former Coast Guard pilot by my side—helped. We're hovering over the tarmac in a large helicopter. Mark Ward, a former commander in the Coast Guard, is on my left,
Many smartphone apps will ask you to pay a monthly or a yearly subscription and automatically deduct that money from your financial account of choice. From video-streaming services like Netflix to weather-monitoring
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