A Boston program group is hacking the opportunity gap by teaching coding to youth from under-served communities. BU News Reporter Noelia Valero goes inside a different kind of classroom classroom full of Resilient Coders.
Every start-up needs a hacker, hustler, and a hipster, at least according Boston designer and techie Brendan Ciecko. BU News Service reporter Louise Liu spoke with the entrepreneur about his new app, Cuseum, which is transforming the museum experience.
By Simeng Dai BU News Service LAS VEGAS –Do you worry that your phone might accidentally end up in the toilet? A wearable watch phone with a price of $399 launched by a security product developer may help you out. Targeting the security conscious end of the consumer market for
3D printing company FormLabs announced a software update to its Form1+ printer at CES 2015, meaning faster printing of prototypes than before.
Samsung Electronics announced a major upgrade from 4k Ultra HD to the new SUHD TV that runs on the Tizen operating system.
View a selection of images from this year’s International Consumer Electronics Show, Las Vegas.
Smart homes are all the rage here at CES, and three devices are now compatible with Apple’s HomeKit platform.
LG Electronics announced its G Flex smartphone successor G Flex2 Monday morning at the Consumer Electronics Show at the Mandalay Bay convention center.
New tech geared toward children and parents debuts. Rachel McCubbin reports, additional reporting by Maura Barrett.
How many bad days start with waking up late in the morning and lost keys? The “Internet of Things” hopes to fix these everyday problems.