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Infinite Peripherals in ELk Grove Village has hired Eric Nicolaisen to the newly created position of director, enterprise product management.
Aug 24, 2016 9:04 AM
Infinite Peripherals hires Nicolaisen as of director, enterprise product management
COD offers foundations of data science certificate
Aug 24, 2016 9:08 AM
The new Foundations of Data Science certificate program at College of DuPage prepares students for careers in data analysis fields while providing cross-training for employees who want a sought-after skills set.
AT&T's new data plans trade one overage penalty for another
Aug 21, 2016 7:11 AM
One of the nation's biggest wireless carriers is rolling out a series of new data plans that change what's been a key part of the company's business for years. Starting this week, AT&T will begin offering what it calls the Mobile Share Advantage plan, which eliminates the pricey fees that consumers currently face if they go over their monthly data allotment.
Experts compare Trump's, Clinton's cybersecurity policies
Aug 22, 2016 6:15 AM
Cybersecurity is now a top national security problem -- some officials even call it a bigger threat than terrorism. But both major presidential candidates have hit hurdles on the campaign trail that raised questions about how they would try to keep U.S. computers safe if elected.
Red light, green light: New Audis will predict the time until stoplight turns green
Aug 21, 2016 7:20 AM
Audi will debut software in select 2017 models that communicates with municipal traffic light systems to predict when lights will go from red to green.
T-Mobile wants everyone to have an unlimited data plan
Aug 21, 2016 7:16 AM
T-Mobile has gained a reputation for trying to shake up the wireless industry by adopting unconventional business tactics -- like paying for your early termination fees and offering free international roaming. Now, it's taking aim at another long-standing industry practice: the data cap.
Putting a computer in your brain is no longer science fiction
Aug 20, 2016 7:15 AM
Like many in Silicon Valley, technology entrepreneur Bryan Johnson sees a future in which intelligent machines can do things like drive cars on their own and anticipate our needs before we ask. What's uncommon is how Johnson wants to respond: Find a way to supercharge the human brain so that we can keep up with the machines.
Instagram has a secret Facebook group -- just to talk to teens
Aug 20, 2016 7:18 AM
More and more social media companies are warring for teen attention these days, and Instagram is making some pretty aggressive moves to try to win.
Analysis: 'Wireless fiber' could give us gigabit Internet speeds with no cables at all
Aug 20, 2016 7:16 AM
Thanks to a technology some internet service providers (ISPs) expect to roll out next year, Americans dreaming of better, faster broadband may actually be able to get it. Telecom geeks call it "wireless fiber," because it provides a fixed location (again, such as a home or business) with all the capacity of a Google Fiber or Verizon FiOS connection but without the need to plug a cable directly into the building.
You think you're using your smartphone -- but it also uses you
Aug 20, 2016 7:10 AM
Ben Grosser, an artist whose work interrogates power and technology, talks about the weird, tactile relationship between people and their phones and the way that plays out on the screen.
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