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Boost Your Home Wi-Fi for Ultimate Summer Fun!
Boost Your Home Wi-Fi for Ultimate Summer Fun!
(NewsUSA) - With summer break upon us, families are gearing up to spend more time at home together, leading to increased demand on their internet connections to support various devices. On average, …
3 days ago
How the US ranks globally in data transparency and openness
The Data Project used rankings from Open Data Watch to explore how the U.S. compares to other countries in data transparency and openness.
Colleen Kilday, Data Work By Emma Rubin
Tuesday, June 18
Need reliable Internet and mobile service? Here's a simple solution
(BPT) - Customers looking for affordable home Internet may be tempted to switch to a 5G home Internet service. But with spotty service and slow speeds, it usually doesn't live up to the hype. What if …
Tuesday, June 18
What is an eSIM and do I need one? 5 common questions about the technology answered.
Airalo answers five need-to-know questions about eSIM cards for savvy smartphone users interested in how devices are changing. 
Fionna Agomuoh
Monday, June 17
Quantum computers are like kaleidoscopes − why unusual metaphors help illustrate science and technology
Quantum computing is like Forrest Gump ’s box of chocolates : You never know what you’re gonna get. Quantum phenomena – the behavior of matter and energy at the atomic and subatomic …
Sorin Adam Matei, Purdue University, The Conversation
Friday, June 14
Best computer science universities
The best computer science universities in Africa
Revelo collected rankings from U.S. News and World Report to identify the top universities for computer science in Africa.
Stacker
Wednesday, February 28
The best computer science universities in Asia
Revelo collected rankings from U.S. News and World Report to identify the top universities for computer science in Asia.
Stacker
Wednesday, February 28
The best computer science universities in Australia-New Zealand
Revelo collected rankings from U.S. News and World Report to identify the top universities for computer science in Australia-New Zealand.
Stacker
Wednesday, February 28
The best computer science universities in Europe
Revelo collected rankings from U.S. News and World Report to identify the top universities for computer science in Europe.
Stacker
Wednesday, February 28
The best computer science universities in Latin America
Revelo collected rankings from U.S. News and World Report to identify the top universities for computer science in Latin America.
Stacker
Wednesday, February 28
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AI Expo Convenes and Educates

AI Expo Convenes and Educates

(NewsUSA) - Experts from industry and government, along with academic leaders and interested citizens from across the country, participated in a vibrant exchange of ideas about initiatives in …

Tuesday, June 11

How Technology Can Help Solve the Youth Coaching Crisis

How Technology Can Help Solve the Youth Coaching Crisis

(NewsUSA) - Youth sports are a formative experience for many kids, and provide opportunities not only to hone athletic abilities but also to develop strong character, values, and cooperative skills …

Thursday, May 23
How the internet has changed the way we send each other money
Sending and receiving money is faster and easier than ever. Uniqode mapped out five ways the internet revolutionized how we transfer money.
Aubrey Jane McClaine
Friday, June 14
AI at work: The impact of artificial intelligence in the workplace
Spokeo reports the results of its survey exploring how AI could impact the workplace.
Jean Lin
Tuesday, June 11
Amazon is Building the Future of Pharmacy: A Guide to Affordable, Convenient Care
(BPT) - In the U.S., more than 131 million people (about 66% of adults) use prescription medications to maintain their health and well-being. However, these customers can face significant …
Monday, June 10
How Big Tech protects victims' privacy in the fight against human trafficking
Stacker compiled resources from the United Nations to illustrate how novel statistical models are helping shed light on human trafficking.
Dom DiFurio
Tuesday, May 28
Phone cameras can take in more light than the human eye − that’s why low-light events like the northern lights often look better through your phone camera
Smartphone cameras have significantly improved in recent years. Computational photography and AI allow these devices to capture stunning images that can surpass what we see with the naked eye. Photos of the northern lights, or aurora borealis, provide one particularly striking example. …
Douglas Goodwin, Scripps College, The Conversation
Thursday, May 23
Achieving Meaningful Growth With ‘Innovation for Impact’
(BPT) - By Dr. Sokwoo Rhee, executive vice president of Innovation for LG Electronics, head of LG NOVAIn business, meaningful growth can’t happen without innovation. It’s essential if …
Wednesday, May 22

The American Intelligence Community Needs More Innovation

The American Intelligence Community Needs More Innovation
(NewsUSA) - New and emerging technology continues to transform all areas of government activity, and the United States Intelligence Community (IC) is no exception, according to experts at the …
Tuesday, May 21
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Stay Connected Via Free Mobile Services

TextNow’s Free Essential Data offers customers free data for email, maps, rideshare apps and unlimited calling and texting on the nation’s largest 5G network.
(NAPSI)—If you’re like most people, you’re probably overpaying for a data plan you don’t even need. In fact, studies suggest 75% of Americans use Wi-Fi for half their data usage. What’s …
Friday, May 17
How technology is bridging brains with computers
Medical Technology Schools examined academic research and news reports to explore how technology is bridging brains with computers.
Wade Zhou
Wednesday, May 15
Since the first cellphone came out in the '80s, how have they changed?
Spokeo dove into news sources like CNN, data from researchers like Pew Research Center, and online encyclopedias to uncover the history of cellphones.
Jessica Reyes
Wednesday, May 15
Governments are scrambling to control AI
Artificial intelligence has lawmakers concerned. Verbit analyzed news and government reports to see what laws are being passed to regulate AI.
Wade Zhou
Friday, May 10
Orchestrating 'Affectionate Intelligence' with AI Processors
(BPT) - By Jung Jae-chul, home entertainment research and development lab leader of HE R&D Lab at LG ElectronicsImagine a TV that not only delivers your favorite shows in incredible picture …
Wednesday, May 8
New Expo Showcases AI Innovation
New Expo Showcases AI Innovation
(NewsUSA) - Want to learn more about the latest innovations in artificial intelligence?Don’t miss the first-ever AI Expo for National Competitiveness, which takes place on May 7-8, 2024, in …
Wednesday, May 1