Business executive Don Tapscott is a leader in adapting technology to business and society. With over 40 years of experience, he provides advice to global leaders at the World Economic … Read More
UTD researchers teamed up to develop a new class of battery, proven to be efficient and long-lasting.
For over a year, material science and engineering professor Kyeongjae Cho, along with … Read More
Students and faculty members at UTD had the opportunity to network with industry leaders during a summit focused on adapting companies to new technological discoveries.
The Institute for Innovation and … Read More
Couples use technology to find each other, communicate in modern age
Accounting junior Ashley Sutherland and her future husband Ryan first crossed paths when they were members of … Read More
We live in an age where smartphones and tablets have become integral parts of our lives. In that same way, dozens of apps have been developed that help students stay … Read More
With the exception of one of my classes, I tend to subscribe to the age-old practice that handwriting notes is much better than typing notes. Particularly when it comes to … Read More
To be completely honest, I had a hard time coming up with a topic for this week’s blog.
I thought I would make a Netflix recommendation, but I could only … Read More
I am the type of person who hates waiting a week for the next episode of any show. That’s why Netflix makes me extremely happy. Although Netflix was originally intended to allow … Read More
Unless you don’t pay attention to technology news, you probably already know that Microsoft announced its HoloLens last week.
At first look, most people look at the device and think that … Read More
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