Students Build Web and Mobile Apps During 24-hour HackTCNJ event in Ewing
This article describes the HackTCNJ event in Ewing recently.
Bike Share System Launches in Hoboken this Summer
Hoboken is partnering with Jersey City and Weehawken for a smart-bike program.
Sixty-Nine Fake ID Arrests Made With Help of Facial Recognition Tech
Facial recognition technology is helping the State arrest those who try to use fake driver's licenses.
Hun School Teacher Holds Class Via Tablet as She Sits in Pa. Turnpike Gridlock
Bridging a distance of miles through technology, Lynn McNulty yesterday used the Hun School's electronic resources and her tablet computer to teach her history class from her car that was stopped on the turnpike, which was shut down for hours because of an initial 25-vehicle pileup.
NJ Lawmakers Support Coalition Aimed at Promoting Career and Technical Education
Two of New Jersey’s highest ranking lawmakers join representatives of business and education this morning to announce a coalition to support and improve career and technical education in the state.