Tag Archive for: technology
For those that haven’t been keeping track of the auto industry recently, it has become clear that autonomous vehicles will be a part of the future of mass transportation in this country. This view has been greatly bolstered by the September release of the first United States government guidelines on autonomous vehicles, which broadly outline […]
Silicon Valley company is trying to offer alternative transportation to students in their scooters and e-bikes.
With technology rapidly and continually advancing, it’s interesting to try to figure how regular Americans feel about what awaits us. A recent poll conducted by the Pew Research Center in conjunction with Smithsonian Magazine concluded that though the majority of Americans are optimistic about the future of technology, many feel skeptical about specific advancements and […]
Will there ever come a day when being human is a personal choice? In just a few short decades, the advent of digital technology has fundamentally altered the way we think, feel and interact with the world around us. Social media has connected us in ways that range from the wondrous to the unnerving. The […]
The event hosted a variety of women in the media including the co-producer of Gossip Girl.
In honor of National Reading Month, this week retail giant Amazon.com offered a $20 discount on all Kindle models, slashing the price of the basic model to just $49. I used to think the Kindle was an idiotic device, or, at best, something you could read while holding a snifter in the other hand. With […]
Michael Cherin and his team aim to focus on students’ experiences with Google Glass.
With Hanukkah already underway and Christmas just around the corner, it’s officially the season of giving. But even if this is the case, some folks in the tech industry aren’t as willing to relinquish some of their cash. Silicon Valley is an affluent community: The average Silicon Valley tech professional makes roughly $101,278, and homes […]
Innovations will help doctors connect with their patients in faster and better ways.
College admissions should not use applicants’ social media accounts to decide admission.