Elizabeth Montalbano has been a professional journalist covering the telecommunications, technology and business sectors since 1998. Prior to her work at Design News, she has previously written news, features and opinion articles for Phone+, CRN (now ChannelWeb), the IDG News Service, Informationweek and CNNMoney, among other publications. Born and raised in Philadelphia, she also has lived and worked in Phoenix, Arizona; San Francisco and New York City. She currently resides in Lagos, Portugal. Elizabeth has a bachelor's degree in English/Communications from De Sales University and a master's degree from Arizona State University in creative writing.
Researchers from Florida A&M University-Florida State University have developed a class of printed, carbon-based motion sensors that they said pave the way for ubiquitous, fully integrated, and affordable wearable technology.
Researchers from Finland’s Aalto University have developed a potential memory solution with the design of the basic building blocks of future components for what are called “neuromorphic” computers, which are inspired by the workings of the human brain.
Scientists have made headway in the development of organic electronic components by addressing what’s so far been the most significant obstacle to using organic semiconductors for thin-film transistors.