NCSU researchers pinpoint new compounds that may be effective in containing the virulence – or ability to produce disease – of Listeria, a well-known bacterium that can cause severe food poisoning and even death.
Bringing broadband to rural areas: Two events to explore challenges, opportunities11 hours ago
What does the promise of a high-speed internet network mean for the future of Gaston County and other parts of North Carolina outside the major metropolitan areas?
Uber suspends self-driving cars after pedestrian struck, killed7 hours ago
Uber has removed its self-driving cars from the roads following what is believed to be the first fatality involving a fully autonomous car.
Epic Games is giving away $12M in digital assets for its soon-to-shut-down Paragon title8 hours ago
The shutdown of a videogame by developer Epic Games is turning into a feast for other developers.
Report: Red Hat could be a Google takeover target - a deal wouldn't be cheap14 hours ago
Is Red Hat on the shopping list for Google? Could be. But the cost would not be cheap with Red Hat’s stock having nearly doubled in price over the past year. A takeover would likely cost more than $30 billion and spark a bidding war. At that price a deal would rank among the most expensive ever in tech.
IBM: These 5 innovations will change our lives in 5 years (+ videos about each)16 hours ago
Technology to defeat hackers, counterfeiters and ocean pollution as well as improved artificial intelligence and the advent of quantum computing are coming. So says IBM. Here’s a look at each, including video overviews.
The data scientist who gathered information on millions of Americans for Cambridge Analytica, the controversial data firm that worked for Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, says he would be happy to testify before Congress and speak to the FBI about the work he did for the company.
IBM is announcing today what it’s calling the world’s smallest computer. How small? Smaller than a grain of salt. Seriously. Call them “ink dots,” says Big Blue.
AT&T and the Justice Department will lock horns in court beginning this week to determine if the telecommunications giant will be allowed to absorb entertainment powerhouse Time Warner.
Lawmakers in the United States and Britain demanded Sunday that Facebook explain how a political data firm with links to President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign was able to harvest private data from more than 50 million Facebook profiles without the social network alerting those whose information was taken.
Scores of organizations hold regular meetups across the Triangle. Here is a list as compiled by Derrick Minor for the City of Raleigh.
On the Horizon: Startup Weekend, Innovate Carolina Conference, Triangle Machine Learning Day & more events for your April calendar
Several new technology and life science events are being announced around North Carolina. Plenty of events are on tap for April, and we suggest you pencil them into your calendar.
Our latest exclusive events wrapup focuses on must-attend happenings in February and March, including a handful of conferences, industry-specific meetups, informative workshops, interesting discussion events, and more.
CareNexis, an internet company that helps consumers make good personal care decisions, has raised $140,000,
The New York Times recently reported that Silicon Valley investors and business elites have declared Silicon Valley to be, well, dead. Is it? Opinions differ.
SAN FRANCISCO — Qualcomm was co-founded in 1985 by Irwin Jacobs, who took the company public and...
Ten panel discussions at South by Southwest addressed topics like faith in film and the possibility of life on other planets, exploring how religion intersects with technology and culture. So why talk faith at SXSW? Here’s a look.