New Google Glass may not bring the revolution some believe it promises, but it will certainly shift the way its users perceive the world.
The new myUChicago site is the culmination of two years of collaboration between the Registrar’s Office and IT Services.
The winner of the Mobile App Challenge will receive $10,000.
Chief Technology Officer for Obama for America appreciates what technology offers, but says the campaign is still based on quality ideas.
Financier and industrialist alum discusses new novel based off of his life in foreign investment.
Programmer Richard Stallman argued that proprietary software laws infringe on fundamental democratic values at a talk yesterday afternoon.
A collaboration between the U of C and Northwestern will support female faculty in STEM fields.
Taking breaks from technology is key to finding time for real-world pleasures.
Fourth-year Louis Wasserman came in first place at the second annual Illinois Technology Association Fall Challenge Contest held on Friday downtown.
EduLender offers information on more than 230 private student loan providers and state loan programs.
The Maroon spoke with Rangnekar about the weight difference between LSAT books and an iPhone, studying at Starbucks, and “The Social Network.”
IT services rolled out the secure wireless network faster than planned after Firesheep raised security issues.
A Firefox plug-in allows users to access and modify Facebook, Twitter, and other websites with a Firefox plug-in called Firesheep.
Internal medicine residents are now equipped with iPads slung around their necks in an effort to keep residents at the bedside—and away from time-consuming stationary computers.
Laptops, cell phones, and Kindles are pushing their way into 21st century classrooms at the U of C, and some professors are pushing back, saying banning gadgets has shown positive results.