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A technology-based initiative, the One-to-One Program, that gives each student at the school a laptop or iPad device to be used during class time, recently debuted at Kyrene de la Esperanza Elementary School.
Ria Cheruvu is on the precipice of completing a major milestone in life, as she’s very, very close to receiving her high school diploma. What makes her story a little less common than the average high school graduate is the time of life when she’s graduating; the Arizona Connections Academy student is at an age when many students are picking up the basics of algebra.
Monica Crowder helps Jayce Calderon put together a Google Form during Lego Robotics at Kyrene Akimel A-al Middle School on Friday, Oct. 30, 2014.
Monica Crowder helps Mohamed Sylla and Marcus Burnette put together a Google Form during Lego Robotics at Kyrene Akimel A-al Middle School on Friday, Oct. 30, 2014.
Question: Why are so many big name retail chains being hacked all of the sudden?
In high schools across the nation today, teenagers will dutifully shuffle in to their classes, take their seats, and learn facts that they could easily Google. In doing so, our schools waste both the teachers’ and the students’ time and energy (and the taxpayers’ money) by focusing too much on memorization, too much on information that anyone with an internet connection and a vague understanding of how to use it can find in less than ten seconds.
‘Hieroglyph: Stories and Visions for a Better Future’ is the first anthology from Arizona State University’s Project Hieroglyph, which aims to reignite humanity’s grand ambitions for the future through the power of storytelling.
The city of Tempe will receive recognition on Oct. 7 after it was selected as the 2014 eCity of Arizona by GOOGLE.
Q: I’m a little nervous about all this talk about turning my smartphone into my wallet; isn’t it just going to create another major area to get breached?
An internationally recognized theoretical physicist is making it his goal to give scientists their due recognition in the public eye.
Arizona State University Professor Lawrence Krauss addresses a Gilbert audience via Google+Hangout during an event on Sept. 16. [Caitlin Bohrer, Special to Tribune]
Like rats leaving a sinking ship, this past month we have seen Democrat party stalwarts abandoning their leader, President Barack Obama, left and right. San Francisco’s uberprogressive, liberal Sen. Diane Feinstein calling out her “lider” on national television for not having even one military plan to defeat ISIS. She wasn’t the first Democrat turncoat either. There was a conga line leading out of the House and the Senate of ex-Obama loyalists.
I was in the hardware store when I first heard the news, though I did not know what I was hearing. As the cashier tallied my purchase, I overheard a reporter on the store’s radio make the peculiar announcement that a plane had crashed into the World Trade Center. At the time, I thought of it as little more than a curiosity. How wrong I was.
Local companies are looking for ways to efficiently connect to increasingly fragmented audiences and recapture customers that are being diverted by a host of new competitors. Many of these businesses are diving into digital marketing.
SAN FRANCISCO — Dustin Moskovitz is plotting an escape from email.
Question: I want to create an app for my business, but I need to find someone that knows how to build apps that I can trust or someone that can teach me how to do it. How do I get started?
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Question: What exactly is net neutrality and how does it affect me or my business?
Question: We’ve got a new college graduate with lots of stuff to be backed up off her computer. Should we use cloud or external hard drive?
Yeah, Yeah I know. You only have to listen to one more nerd talk before you get to graduate and go celebrate, so I'll try and make this tolerable for everyone. Unfortunately they told me I can't just stand up here and tell jokes, so here goes nothing.
NEW YORK — So, a lady walks into a bar...Wait, scratch that. A lady takes out her phone. With a left swipe of her finger she dismisses Alex, 25 and Robert, 48. She swipes right when a photo of James, 24, pops up. It's a match. James had swiped right too. They chat, and make plans to meet. They're only three miles apart, after all.
MIAMI — With 825 miles of Florida beaches to plant your beach umbrella on, picking just the right spot for you and your family can be daunting. Do you want adventure or laid-back beaches? Family friendly or romantic setting?
Question: I got a notice of copyright infringement via Fedex from a company called Masterfile for an image that I have posted on my website. They want $2,500 as compensation; is this a scam or should I take this seriously? — Anonymous