Technology

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Private coding boot camps draw public attention, funding

By Wayne Stender
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Education | A new model for training computer programmers has investors salivating, and the Department of Education might be one of them as the industry looks to grow by…

Report: Nuclear plants vulnerable to cyber attack

By Michael Cochrane
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National Security | Industry-wide cyber security weaknesses combined with increased hacking activity by criminals, states, and terrorist groups has inflated the risk of cyber…

Card ‘swiping’ becoming a thing of the past

By Michael Cochrane
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Technology | New and replacement credit cards now come with an extra feature: a tiny computer chip embedded in the front of the card. This technological…

Researchers develop tattle-tale pills for medication compliance

Researchers develop tattle-tale pills for medication compliance

By Julie Borg
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Science | Did Grandma remember to take her pills today? Is she playing hooky from her daily walk? Grandma’s doctor may soon get all that information and more simply…

Refugee apps

By Michael Cochrane
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Technology | Fleeing Syrians find a friend in social media

Corruption and intrigue in a virtual animal kingdom court

By Raymond Erikson
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Technology | The scene: A corrupt dictator receives a terminal diagnosis and is determined to burn his country down around himself. You are an elite powerbroker with…

New video game exposes players to the revealing light of the Rapture

By Drew Dixon
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Technology | We live in a culture that is obsessed with the idea of apocalypse. That could be helpful for evangelism because it seems to highlight questions for which…

New study: Fundamentals more important than tech in the classroom

By David Vogel
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Education | Greater access to information technology does little to help students and may even undermine their performance, according to a new global study. 

Definitive diagnoses

Definitive diagnoses

By Michael Cochrane
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Technology | New test will help improve early detection of cognitive diseases

A decline in empathy in our smartphone world

A decline in empathy in our smartphone world

By Russ Pulliam
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Technology | INDIANAPOLIS—Sure, we can board an airplane using our smartphone, or find our way around a new city with a map app. We have tons of information at our…

Serious play

By Emily Belz
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Technology | A video game about a child’s battle with cancer shows gaming’s newer, deeper directions

Charging ahead

By Michael Cochrane
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Technology | Brits try to reduce ‘range anxiety’ of potential electric vehicle buyers

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