Monthly Archives: July 2014

City Students Compete In Robotics Competition – CBS Local

CBS Local City Students Compete In Robotics CompetitionCBS LocalBALTIMORE (WJZ) — A five-week summer program focused on math and technology leads to a robotics competition for hundreds of city students. As Gigi Barnett explains, the goal is to fight the … Continue reading

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Female robotics team to bring science-related projects to Cooper-Siegle … – Tribune-Review

Female robotics team to bring science-related projects to Cooper-Siegle …Tribune-ReviewThe Girls of Steel is an all-girls high school robotics team sponsored by the Field Robotics Center at Carnegie Mellon University. Aside from supporting a foundation in science and math curriculums, … Continue reading

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Insight – European regulators training sights on Google’s mobile software – Reuters UK

Reuters UK Insight – European regulators training sights on Google's mobile softwareReuters UKBRUSSELS/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – European regulators are preparing what could be a stern challenge to Google Inc's mobile software business in the coming months after a nearly four-year … Continue reading

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Google makes Chromebox for Meetings more business-friendly – PCWorld (blog)

ZDNet Google makes Chromebox for Meetings more business-friendlyPCWorld (blog)In a sign that its Chromebox for Meetings videoconferencing solution is alive and well, Google unveiled a boatload of new features and capabilities, all designed at luring businesses to its Google Apps … Continue reading

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What’s a Moon Shot Worth These Days? – MIT Technology Review

KSAT San Antonio What's a Moon Shot Worth These Days?MIT Technology ReviewGoogle's CEO Larry Page started talking up “moon-shot thinking” a couple of years back. He wanted to make sure Google didn't get stuck focusing on incremental ideas and would … Continue reading

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Google seeks public opinion on ‘right to be forgotten’ – CNET

Metro Google seeks public opinion on 'right to be forgotten'CNETThe European Union right to be forgotten ruling, which went into effect in May, requires Google and other search engines to take down search result links pertaining to individuals who believe … Continue reading

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On set with the jobs new technology has created – BBC News

BBC News On set with the jobs new technology has createdBBC NewsNew technology is opening up whole new careers to young jobseekers who may be having difficulty getting into more established professions. Computerization, for example, has caused a sea change … Continue reading

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Chicken farm’s new technology could change the way waste is processed – FOX43.com

Chicken farm's new technology could change the way waste is processedFOX43.comNew technology called EcoRemedy is changing the way chicken poop is processed on the Flint Rock Farm in Lititz, Lancaster County. “Finding more environmentally friendly ways of dealing with the … Continue reading

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New technology to help prevent children left in cars – WTOC

New technology to help prevent children left in carsWTOCNationwide, police said 18 children have died this year from being left in hot cars. Two of those were in Georgia and three were in South Carolina. Now, two former stockbrokers from … Continue reading

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$35-million technology center to bring new jobs – WDTN

$35-million technology center to bring new jobsWDTNDAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – A new technology center is coming to Dayton bringing new jobs along with it. Emerson Climate Technologies and the University of Dayton (UD) announced the $35-million global technology innovation center … Continue reading

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