Description of Case As an airline passenger is waiting in the terminal for his flight, he decides to plug in his tablet to charge the battery. As soon as he connects the AC/DC adapter to the tablet he hears a snap and he sees an error message on the tablet’s screen communicating that there is… Continue Reading »
Monthly Archives: December 2011
With so many tablets out there, buying the right model isn’t always easy. To give you a leg up, we’ve scoured the options and found 3 Top Tablets will best compliment your engineering career! Here’s what you need to know before you hit the stores.
Gil Kaufman is a distinguished technical writer who knows quite a bit about alloys. I would say “he wrote the book on it” but, in fact, he’s given the engineering community something even more valuable–interactive databases. “The draw is reliable numeric data in a flexible search system,” says Kaufman. Read on for a sneak peek… Continue Reading »
Good morning, Knovelists! It’s the top of the morning and time to dive into last week’s top stories–the good, the bad & the ugly from your own science & engineering community. Here’s Last Week’s 5 Strangest Links: 5. ‘Jersey Shore’ Makes You Dumber. This hilarious study confirms what we all already suspected. . . 4…. Continue Reading »