Technology Bibliography

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Bibliography Buley, T. (2009). Electricity in the Air. Wireless power technologies are moving closer to becoming viable options. In my section I have to do a research on the most recent developments and this article has some information about the latest product that uses wireless electricity. Plus the author summarizes each of the new discoveries. Evans, P. (2009) Electronics. Wireless electricity products sparks a new industry. This web page will also help me with my research on the most recent developments. This web page has information on products that work through wireless electricity. The author explains in details each of the product from how they work and for what they would be use. WellHome. (2010).…show more content…
In this web page the authors analyze the history, impact, and ethical dilemmas stemming from wireless electricity. This would help with my research topic on obstacles of the technology. WIKIPEDIA. (2012). Wireless energy transfer. This web page will help me create a simple timeline of how wireless electricity has evolved throughout the years. I will be using it for my research section on the report. In this web page the authors analyze the history, impact, and ethical dilemmas stemming from wireless electricity. This would help with my research topic on obstacles of the technology In my section of the report, I will be researching security issues associated with collaborative online tools. Brenner’s book explores the events surrounding the WikiLeaks scandal and the issues associated with security. He also examines the legal challenges that the incident presented. This material could be used by my team in another section of the report. He makes some recommendations that we will consider for our conclusion. History: Trace the major events along the path to where we are today with the technology. You have to include a timeline as part of your discussion or in the Appendix. You also have to discuss in detail the most recent developments while trying to give a macro perspective. What happened sequentially, chronologically, and what led to the innovations that we see today?
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