Janine E. Mooney
Editorial Content Director

Janine Mooney grew up in the green part of the Garden State (Exit 1, for all of you New Jerseyans). She holds a Bachelor of Arts in English, with a minor in Journalism, from High Point University in North Carolina. She began working for Advantage Business Media in 2011 as the Associate Editor for Wireless Design and Development (WDD), where she fell in love with all things tech. Prior to working for WDD, she held editorial positions at Kids Monthly Publications, Inc., Pace Communications, and Gannett Company, Inc. Janine enjoys covering a variety of topics, including but not limited to wearable electronics and smart homes.

There are already plenty of distractions while driving, your GPS shouldn't be one of them.
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1.31.2017
10:41am
But lithium-ion batteries aren't the only ones to reap the benefits.
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1.17.2017
3:30pm
With integrated vehicle-to-vehicle communications and vehicle-to-infrastructure communications, self-driving cars are pushing the technological envelope.
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10.26.2016
10:18am
AVs could be a huge help to drivers, because human error is the number one cause of vehicular accidents in the U.S.
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8.12.2016
9:10am
With embedded internal sensors, the Wilson X Connected Football can tell you how far, how fast and how efficiently you throw the ball.
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8.9.2016
2:46pm
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Amazon revealed its drone delivery plans back in 2013 but difficulty conducting real-world trials have made progress slow moving.
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7.26.2016
1:33pm
SpaceX launched a Hyperloop pod competition last year with big incentives.
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7.18.2016
10:51am
Iris is one of only four dogs worldwide that is trained to find electronic components that store data.
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6.10.2016
10:23am
Walmart's idea isn't quite as exciting as Amazon's, but it's far more realistic.
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6.7.2016
10:23am
This patent reveals how Samsung is looking past how consumers currently interact with wrist-based wearables.
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5.18.2016
3:02pm
IDC’s analysts expect worldwide wearable device shipments to reach 126.1 million units by 2019.
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1.26.2016
3:28pm
This drone, unlike humans, can withstand high temperatures up to 1832 degrees Fahrenheit for at least a minute.
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1.21.2016
3:17pm