In Baltimore, Under Armour, which styles itself as technology-focused performance sportswear brand, is imitating West Coast tech giants in at least one way — hiring a world-renowned "starchitect" for its new campus in Port Covington.
As shows and films became more and more available online, the National Association of the Deaf (NAD) sought to ensure that these videos were captioned so deaf and hard of hearing viewers could click to get text for the audio portion. We filed a lawsuit under the Americans with Disabilities Act, and we won. But today, we face a new issue in the growing realm of streamed media from academia. Major universities like Harvard and MIT provide MOOCs or Massive Open Online Courses, but many of these
A near doubling in Under Armour's stock price over the past year helped drive CEO Kevin Plank past Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti in the Forbes 400 and into the top half of the list of the richest Americans.
Thirty years ago, U.S. colleges and universities awarded 37 percent of computer science bachelor's degrees to women. Today, when that number should be approaching 50 percent, it has actually been cut in half. Women in the United States now receive just 18 percent of computer science bachelor's degrees, and less than a quarter of professionals in computing are women.
Dear Mr. Gates: Please fund a digital library endowment, which could help buy e-books and finance the hiring and professional development of school and juvenile librarians and family literacy workers in the very poorest areas. It could also narrow the library-related digital divide —
Spanish actress Sara Montiel is dead at 85, Don Draper is having a depressing time of things, and a nice German man has invented a faster way to apply contraception. Welcome to your post-weekend trends report for Monday, April 8, 2013.