Once the tunnel is installed, Purdue will be only the second U.S. university to offer such hypersonics test capability.
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Artificial intelligence, data analysis tools and other digital technology will revolutionize manufacturing and companies need to get ready for it, said panelists at an IBJ/Conexus Indiana industry event Friday.
The research found that heat pulled from a room can be sent into outer space, potentially negating some of the devastating effects of global warming.
The aggressive offensive by a Russian-speaking criminal gang coincides with the U.S. presidential election, though there was no immediate indication it was motivated by anything but profit.
The most recent round of funding for the Fishers-based audio-marketing firm will be used to support the launch of additional national networks in convenience stores and grocery retailers.
Quibi, short for “quick bites,” raised $1.75 billion from investors including Disney, NBCUniversal and Viacom and its leadership included entertainment industry heavyweight Jeffrey Katzenberg and former Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman.
Like Microsoft was 22 years ago, Google is in the crosshairs of a Justice Department lawsuit accusing it of wielding the immense power of its internet search engine as a weapon that has bludgeoned competition and thwarted innovation to the detriment of the billions of people.
The lawsuit marks the government’s most significant act to protect competition since its groundbreaking case against Microsoft more than 20 years ago. And it could be an opening salvo ahead of other major government antitrust actions.
State economic development officials have pledged more than $8 million in tax credits if Aptiv can meet its hiring goals, but neither they nor the firm will share other details about the project.
In this 1983 photo, Milton Allen helps students learn about computers during a science and engineering exhibit at The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis.
Covideo’s platform allows users to send 60- to 90-second video clips embedded in email and text messages and to track if, when and how many times the videos are viewed.
The company founded as Somerset Cloud last year has a new name, majority owner and an even higher growth curve than originally projected.
The Joint Hypersonics Transition Office Systems Engineering Field Activity hub will be located at Naval Surface Warfare Center in Crane. A team of 30 engineers and program managers will be based there to support the program.
Finding those higher speeds can be a challenge. While telecom operators have been rolling out 5G networks, significant boosts in speed are still uncommon in much of the world, including the United States.
In the learn-from-home world, educators are encountering friction when extending regular classroom discipline and decorum into young people’s previously private spaces.
Microsoft announced legal action Monday seeking to disrupt a major cybercrime digital network that uses more than 1 million zombie computers to loot bank accounts and spread ransomware.
If countries don’t all agree on the new tax rules, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development warned there’s a risk of a global trade war triggered by individual countries launching their own digital services taxes to help their recovery from the pandemic.
The discoveries of Paul R. Milgrom and Robert B. Wilson, both of Stanford University, “have benefitted sellers, buyers and taxpayers around the world,” the Nobel Committee said.
Every toy, gadget and good you see on YouTube could soon be for sale online—not on Amazon, but right on YouTube itself.