Autos and tech industries come together prior to the LA Auto Show. How will they use driver data?
Google’s new wearable computer, Google Glass, is a wonderful thing. Whether it’s $1,500 worth of wonderful is up to you.
So what’s the latest on a gorgeous fall Friday from the wonderful, wild and occasionally weird world of science and technology? Direct to you on a Thursday night from Orchestra Hall in Detroit, here’s what I found…
Google Glass, the search giant’s new wearable computer, will soon be released to the market. And you can get a firsthand look at it in an event at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 16 and Sunday, Nov. 17.
So what’s the coolest news from the wondrous worlds of science and tech for your Halloween? Nothing spooky or mysterious here, just the facts, and to several decimal places…
In some ways, computers make ideal drivers: They don’t drink and then climb behind the wheel.
A tech start-up neighborhood, the Madison Block, has launched in downtown Detroit.
Grand Circus, the new technology training network, has been added to the new Google for Entrepreneurs Tech Hub Network.
The body of Pheu Tran was discovered in a parking lot, after he’d visited a computer lab.
What’s the hottest and happeninest (?) when it comes to the ever expanding domain of science and technology? Glad you asked, it keeps me in high-speed Internet service… * You may not need it, but, according to Brian […]