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This evening, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk revealed that Yusaku Maezawa, a Japanese billionaire and founder of Zozotown, Japan’s largest online clothing retailer, will be the first private customer.
India might have reservations about cryptocurrencies, but government websites in the country are inadvertently helping hackers make magic internet money off of their websites.
Like moths to a flame, curious and tech-savvy students have always pushed the limits of what educators deem ‘acceptable use’ of school technology. This is in no way a new phenomenon.
Giving students a chance to test their abilities before leaving school is optimum.
The relationship between two-year colleges and local and state governments is critical to ensuring community groups and services can tap into the expertise and wealth of resources afforded to the institution.
Members of Generation Z are attracted mostly to tech careers that have a high degree of job security, according to a new report by Indeed.
Before Kim Slingerland downloaded the "Fun Kid Racing" app for her then-5-year-old son, Shane, she checked to make sure it was in the family section of the Google Play store and rated as age-appropriate.
Apple didn't even quietly announce anything post-event about its wireless charging pad, dubbed AirPower, its wireless ear buds, AirPods, or its iPad tablet.
Here’s a scary fact that most SEO content creators may not want to face: AI-generated content is already happening.
The online education or edutech sector will overtake offline coaching eventually, given the convenience and the better learning experience that it offers students, said Zishaan Hayath, co-Founder of online test preparation start-up Toppr.
Lightspeed Venture & Y Combinator backed RedCarpet, a fintech startup collaborates with edutech startup NeoStencil to provide financial loans to students preparing for premium government jobs like IAS, IES, GATE, State Civil Services.