Jersey City Techies Tackle Port Authority's Data for PATH Stations
Jersey City coders tried to shed light on Port Authority data at a hackathon aimed at resolving questions about PATH nightly ridership.
Russian National Pleads Not Guilty in International Hacking Scheme
NEWARK — A Russian national accused of plotting the largest computer hacking scheme ever prosecuted in the U.S. pleaded not guilty today during his first appearance in a federal courtroom. Among companies hacked was N.J.-based Heartland Payment Systems.
Juniper Networks and Verizon Continue to Foster Student Success
Thirty high school juniors received advice for succeeding in the job market during a "soft skills" mentoring workshop at Juniper Networks’ OpenLab (Bridgewater) on Jan. 13.
Nobel Prize winner, co-inventor of the laser remembered as pioneer at his former N.J. lab
When Bell Laboratories announced consultant Charles Townes' 1964 Nobel Prize win, the statement they sent out heralded the new technology of lasers as an invention that "holds promise" for the fields of research, industry, surgery and communications.
Feds Announce Plans to Sell Leases for Offshore Wind Off New Jersey's Coast
The federal government plans to conduct a lease sale for potential wind farms off the coast of New Jersey later this year, but whether the state will have its own policies in place to make the technology happen is questionable