Trenton Earwood spent hours on video games and taking apart gaming devices “for fun.” Looking back, it’s easy to see how his natural inclination would lead to an IT career.
IBM talking deal to allow UNC grad, Big Blue exec to become top diversity officer at Microsoft1 hour ago
Lindsay-Rae McIntyre, a UNC-Chapel Hill graduate and a Morehead Scholar who earned her MBA at Duke, could become chief diversity officer at Microsoft after all.
Net neutrality rules will officially end on April 233 hours ago
The Federal Communications Commission’s repeal of net neutrality is scheduled to take effect on April 23, according to a copy of the order was published with the Federal Register on Thursday.
Joan Siefert Rose: The importance of communicating science to non-scientists18 hours ago
Scientific literacy can’t be assumed, even among educated people. And that’s why it’s important for research scientists to learn to communicate what they do so that people who have not been inside of a lab since high school, if ever, can understand it. This can be a tall order, but help is available.
Does web traffic indicate where Amazon HQ2 might go? That's latest theory2 hours ago
Another internet conspiracy led to speculation about the location of Amazon’s second headquarters. This time it’s …
Emerging Raleigh software services firm CloudBees raises $2.4M1 hour ago
CloudBees, a software services company, raised $2.4 million according to a securities filing.
A project involving autonomous cars at NC State could move driverless cars closer to reality.
Lenovo, HP, Microsoft and Dell will work with chip giant Intel to equip future laptops with modems that will support forthcoming 5G wireless technology.
A former Google engineer is accusing the company of firing him after he spoke out about incidents of racism, sexism and harassment.
The president of Wake Technical Community College on Thursday announced his retirement after 15 years at the school. Stephen C. Scott started at Wake Tech in 2003. He will retire effective Aug. 31.
Report: Cybersecurity threats worsen as malware grows ‘more vicious;’ artificial intelligence might bolster defenses
Network giant Cisco is warning beleaguered executives that network security remains under constant threat with new ones ever emerging and some solutions perhaps opening a doorway to network penetration. Is there a solution? Perhaps it’s Artificial Intelligence.
“We exceeded expectations on all of the metrics we provided guidance on during last quarter’s call and during the quarter in which we became a public company our team remained focused on our core mission to serve customers,” Bandwidth CEO David Morken tells Wall Street analysts.
The battle of the chips between Broadcom and Qualcomm rages on. Here’s an update.
Bill Gates is a genius. But he doesn’t know much about grocery prices as he shows on the “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.” Check out his guesses – and which one he got right.
CED’s long-standing Director of Entrepreneurship Jay Bigelow is taking on an expanding role, supervising its Connections to Capital program. Heres a look at what the changes mean.
It will take more than strong passenger numbers and a new runway for Raleigh-Durham International Airport to attract nonstop service to China. According to RDU President and CEO Michael Landguth, a community coalition will be critical to the airport’s success.
Rather than an overall decline in seed deal volume as seen in the national data sets, the number of seed deals rose in North Carolina. Life science deals were down despite a national uptick in the sector. Here’s a look at the numbers.