Google is making a change to its advertising practices that will affect millions of Gmail users around the globe. Starting later this year, the company will stop...The Washington Post From ACM Careers | June 27, 2017
When I saw that Google had introduced a "Classic Papers" section of Google Scholar, its search tool for academic journals, I couldn't help but stroke my chin professorially...The Atlantic From ACM Opinion | June 27, 2017
Adolescent boys say they are more likely to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields than girls, according to a survey from Junior...THE Journal From ACM TechNews | June 26, 2017
As the Mars Pathfinder spacecraft approached its destination on July 4, 1997, no NASA mission had successfully reached the Red Planet in more than 20 years.
Jet Propulsion Laboratory/NASA From ACM Careers | June 26, 2017
When Amazon.com Inc.'s $13.7 billion bid to buy Whole Foods was announced, John Mackey, the grocer's chief executive officer, addressed employees, gushing about...Bloomberg From ACM Careers | June 26, 2017
In your first 30 days at a new job, you should aim to exceed expectations. All eyes are on you, and it's your time to shine. There are also some definite things...Fast Company From ACM CareerNews | June 15, 2017
Driven by startups, Israel's technology industry is the fastest growing part of the economy. But a shortage of workers means its position at the cutting edge of...Channel NewsAsia From ACM Careers | June 26, 2017
As an undergraduate at Cambridge University, Geoffrey Everest Hinton thought a lot about the brain. He wanted to better understand how it worked but was frustrated...The New York Times From ACM Opinion | June 23, 2017
Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory have observed how a jumping electron protects thymine, a DNA building block,...SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory From ACM Careers | June 23, 2017
A new study provide scientific evidence for what many people feel when they log into Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram: everyone else is having more fun.
Indiana University From ACM Careers | June 22, 2017
In the 1995 film "Batman Forever," the Riddler used 3-D television to secretly access viewers' most personal thoughts in his hunt for Batman's true identity.
The Conversation From ACM Opinion | June 21, 2017