Broadband Internet Access, County by County: Mapping New Jersey's Digital Divide
Twenty-five years after the dawn of the Internet, the first data released on technology in local homes shows how ubiquitous computers and broadband Internet access have become in New Jersey, as well as the wide gap between wired and unconnected based on income. More than 86 percent of New Jersey households had a computer -- desktop,…
HackRU Showcases Student Inventions
“HackRU Fall 2014” took place Oct. 11 to 12 in the College Avenue Student Center. Around 800 hackers, students, mentors and others attended, according to event director Sam Agnew, a School of Arts and Sciences senior. Story via The Daily Targum
AT&T Smart Future Conference Highlights Forward-Thinking Somerset County Tech Companies
The Smart Future conference held at Bedminster's AT&T Labs Research facility on Oct. 17 outlined the ways in which Somerset County's tech companies are bringing about change.
Looking Back on Hurricane Sandy and the Tech Community
This article was first published on the one-year anniversary of the date Sandy hit New Jersey. NJTechWeekly.com thought it might be useful for everyone to take this opportunity to recall how the tech community pulled together after the storm. It was a shining moment.
How Big Data is Transforming Today's Healthcare
Researchers are demonstrating how inventive uses of data can reveal patterns of illness that were previously obscure. Some hospitals in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and other states are getting better at identifying and treating the sickest members of their communities. Insurance companies are tracking patient data as part of new schemes to reward doctors financially. Via NJ Spotlight.