Julianne Pepitone, IEEE Spectrum

Julianne Pepitone

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New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Julianne:

5 Ways the Chip Shortage Is Rewiring Tech

So the shortage isn’t just affecting the availability of current gadgets. The lack of chips is already fueling changes in the design of future products, delaying next generations of devices, and forcing engineers to come up with all manner of Plan-Bs, according to a new survey from Avnet. → Read More

E-Waste Is a Cybersecurity Problem, Too

Many of us have obsolete devices relegated to the backs of our drawers, little museums of the technology of days long past. These forgotten laptops and phones seem like merely quaint relics, but if they’re not disposed of correctly, they can leak two different but dangerous things. → Read More

DNA Data Drives Point Toward Exabyte Scale

Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) scientists announced they’ve made significant advances toward creating a chip that can grow DNA strands in a tightly packed, ultra-dense format for large storage capacity at very low cost. → Read More

What this military spouse learned about resilience after her husband came home with a traumatic brain injury

In honor of Veterans Day, Kimberly Bryant shares her story. “You grow through what you go through…Things happen in this life and you get to choose how you handle it,” she says. → Read More

The Uncertain Future of Ham Radio

Software-defined radio and cheap hardware are shaking up a hobby long associated with engineering → Read More

On air and at home: How NBCU moms are juggling work, family while covering coronavirus

Mika Brzezinski, Kasie Hunt, Katy Tur, Sheinelle Jones, Stephanie Ruhle and more share how they're balancing their professional and personal lives at home. → Read More

How these legendary sports journalists broke down locker-room barriers

Melissa Ludtke, Stephanie Salter and Joan Ryan reflect on their careers and the progress that has been made — and what more can be done to further gender equality. → Read More

Katy Tur after maternity leave: Lack of federal paid leave is 'shameful'

The MSNBC anchor told Know Your Value that her first three days back on the job have been “good and bad and scary and fun and exhausting and exhilarating." → Read More

Is Ham Radio a Hobby, a Utility…or Both? A Battle Over Spectrum Heats Up

Some think automated radio emails are mucking up the spectrum reserved for amateur radio, while others say these new offerings provide a useful service → Read More

How Dawn Davis is bringing marginalized voices into book stores across America

Davis is one of the very few women of color leading her own major-publishing-house imprint in a largely white industry. → Read More

Al Roker on fatherhood: 'Your relationship might change

The "TODAY" co-host shares his Know Your Value moments with his three children. → Read More

Where the Engineering Jobs Are in 2019

Cybersecurity experts and data wranglers are in high demand → Read More

Merveilleux! New AZERTY Keyboard Makes It Easier to Type in French

Keyboards with algorithm-powered AZERTY standard rolling out this summer → Read More

A Very Noisy Signal: Intel Circuit Squashes Side-Channel Sniffing

Chipmaker partners with Georgia Tech researchers to produce a low-power circuit that keeps encryption keys safe → Read More

Scott Shawcroft Is Squeezing Python Into Microcontrollers

Adafruit is betting the language will make sense for makers → Read More

This is what Rebecca Minkoff is doing to close the gender wage gap

Designer Rebecca Minkoff has always supported women's businesses, but her "a-ha" moment came during a meeting last summer. → Read More

How to Lead at Every Stage of Your Engineering Career

A year-by-year plan to score a leadership position in engineering → Read More

Fujitsu Plans to Support Professional Judges With Lidar and AI at Gymnastics Meets

Fujitsu has developed a judging system that can objectively score a routine based on the angles of a gymnast's joints → Read More

A Vote of Mass Importance: Historic SI Unit Overhaul Redefines Kilogram, Ampere, and More

The International Bureau of Weights and Measures will redefine four base units in terms of fundamental constants in nature → Read More

Olympic gold medalists, the Lamoureux twins, join Global Citizen's fight for women

Olympic twins, Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson and Monique Lamoureux-Morando, are part of this year’s Global Citizen Festival to address gender equality. → Read More