Are High-Tech Dashboards The New Culprit In Distracted Driving?A just-released study looks at how new in-car technology is taking our eyes off the road.
Supreme Court To Make Legal Filings Available OnlineThe Supreme Court is making new legal filings available online starting Monday, years behind the rest of the federal court system.
Curriculum In North Texas Schools Could Pave Way To High-Tech JobsIn this day and age so many jobs are based on what's called STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, and the Labor Department says there's a huge need to fill millions of these positions in the next five years and beyond.
Best Buy Expands After-School Tech ProgramBest Buy is expanding an after-school tech program for underprivileged teens as it hopes to create workers with the skills to serve increasingly savvy shoppers.
Social Media Helping College Teams Start New TraditionsIn an era when it's increasingly difficult to get fans in the stadium, it apparently isn't so hard to get them into new rituals.
Study: Lower-Income Kids Give More Time To TV, Digital MediaChildren in lower-income families spend more time watching TV and using electronic devices than kids in more affluent homes, according to a survey released Thursday.
Facebook To Turn Over Russia-Linked Ads Social media giant Facebook is expected to provide Congress on Monday with more than 3,000 ads that ran around the time of the 2016 presidential election and are linked to a Russian ad agency.
Technology Connects Volunteer Rescuers With Harvey Flood Victims Rising above the chaos of Harvey, an army of volunteers are flocking to the coast, with boats to save people stranded in their homes.
Dallas Conference Aims To Teach Girls About STEM FieldsA new kind of learning aims to teach girls in school about the fields of science, technology, engineering and math outside of the classroom.
Diversity Debate Sparked In Texas After Google Engineer's MemoA now widely circulated manifesto questioning the biological fitness of women for STEM careers has the tech world talking -- and many women fuming.
Google CEO Slams Gender Memo As Employee Reportedly FiredA memo written by a male engineer at Google about gender differences sparked a quick rebuttal from Google after it circulated widely online. The engineer, James Damore, was reportedly fired.
Google VP Denounces Employee Memo's Views On Female WorkersGoogle's new head of diversity has rejected an internal commentary from an employee who suggested women don't get ahead in tech jobs because of biological differences.

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