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California educational regulators reportedly are pressuring several coding boot camps for operating as unlicensed postsecondary educational institutions.
Chinese scientists have developed a new method for printing that uses water rather than ink.
Among tech workers who anticipate changing employers in 2014, 68 percent listed more compensation as their reason for leaving, according to a recent Dice.com survey.
A 35-year trend of researchers reading ever more scholarly papers seems to have halted.
Call it humanity's unexpected U-turn.
Researchers supported by NASA's Astrobiology Science and Technology Instrument Development (ASTID) program are designing algorithms and instruments that could help future robotic missions make their own decisions about surface…
The football players strutted down a 40-yard strip of synthetic turf, yelling, jumping and flailing their arms to whip the fans into a frenzy.
I've never thought of humanity as being especially advanced.
Researchers have found a way to optimize the heat in electronic gadgets to prevent failure due to overheating.
Researchers are developing digital maps of locations that hold cultural and historic significance to indigenous communities from Russia's Kamchatka Peninsula.
Parents with children who struggle to develop their language skills could soon turn to an app designed to provide real-time feedback on parent-child conversations.
Researchers have developed an approach to cryptography that makes it difficult for hackers to determine when they have correctly deciphered a password.
Researchers have written a mathematical analysis of how neurons in the brain control planned and unplanned arm movements.
Researchers recently demonstrated their new Look and Link wireless technology, which could improve device-to-device communications.
Some battery industry experts advise focusing on improving batteries by taking small steps, rather than trying to reinvent the battery itself.
In three states, not a single girl took the Advanced Placement exam in computer science last year. In eight states, no Hispanic students took it. And in 11 states, no black students took the test.
Not everyone needs coding skills, but learning how to think like a programmer can be useful in many disciplines.
New discoveries expand the scope of computer-assisted proofs of theorems.
ACM has recognized 50 of its members for their contributions to computing that are driving innovations across multiple domains and disciplines.
Advances in computational photography are making image capture the starting point. The technology is transforming the field.