The school’s SEI is the only federally funded research/development center dedicated to cybersecurity and software engineering.
The South Side-based adaptive learning and analytics software company received a $9.75 million Series A round of funding.
The squad, featuring robots less than 6 inches high, beat a team from Iran in the finals and didn’t allow a single goal in the tournament.
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Siva Cycle Atom converts the energy of your ride into charging power for your device.
The Sprout Fund is among organizations hoping to show employers the value of the low-cost certifications.
Tax overhaul, increased education spending and a renewed campaign to attract tech businesses and investors were touted.
Driving for companies such as Uber and Lyft allows retirement-age workers a chance to supplement their incomes.
Prosecutors can use such social media postings even if the material doesn’t directly address criminal activity.
Alcoa Foundation survey shows many parents support science and technical education but have misperceptions about careers in those fields.
C. Crane radios can reach a range of bands.
The malware designer who went by the name “Android” on Darkode was a CMU student who had designed Android apps since high school.
Both computer skills and personal relationships have made the city a cybercrime fighting leader.
Highly publicized spats on the social media platform pack more digital bark than real-world bite.
Computers that teach themselves affect nearly every part of our lives, from finances to communication.
Darkode was created, according to an indictment, to bring together “the most talented hackers and cyber criminals in one virtual location.”
The push should include many of the 5.3 million people covered through Downtown-based Highmark Inc.
With class actions lawsuits and divisive “stakeholder meetings,” facial recognition is one of the hot privacy battlegrounds.
Q. Some time ago, you wrote about the Oppo BDP-103D Darbee Edition Blu-ray player. It sells for $599. On the Oppo website I also found the
Ride-share giant Uber tracks passengers even when the user disables the GPS features.
The Penguins and Pittsburgh Technology Council requested brief videos or essays explaining the ideas and how they can benefit the team.
Katherine Archuleta’s agency disclosed this week that hackers stole the personal information of more than 21 million people.
A Carnegie Mellon University plan aims to turn the campus and the city of Pittsburgh into a lab for the Internet of Things products.
Microsoft’s Windows Phone system has gained little traction against Apple’s iPhone and Google’s Android system.
Job seekers of equal qualifications were not given equal opportunities to view ads touting high-paying executive positions.
Astrobotic has adjusted its software and has enjoyed successful simulated lunar landings over and over again.
Plus: the first class of basic computer use; and two of the majors unveiled their streaming music services recently.
With growth stymied elsewhere, the social network wants to open up the continent for its “next billion users.”
With Internet searches adding to digital profiles, have consumers’ best prices online been predetermined based on shopping history?
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The wings were equipped with 17,000 solar cells that charged batteries. The plane ran on stored energy at night.
A U.K. firm is betting emojis are the next frontier in password protection.
The financial terms of the deal were not disclosed but a news release said the deal includes 24 engineers who will become part of the
Crashes and deaths rose at rail crossings last year, reversing a long trend of decreases.