New Jersey High School Girls Participate in AAUW-NJ’s teentech 2013 at Rutgers University

In late May, Rutgers hosted the American Association of University Women-NJ's teentech 2013 event, where teen girls participated in collaborative workshops that promoted opportunities in the STEM fields.

Black Data Processing Association Held its 10th Annual Family Technology Day in Newark

On Saturday June 8, the New Jersey Chapter of the Black Data Processing association presented a Families in Technology Day at NJIT's Kupfrian Hall. This article is reposted with permission from Glocally Newark.

Wi-Fi May Soon be Available on NJ Transit

We hear that a vote is schduled for Wednesday June 12, 2013 to allow Cablevision to supply Wi-Fi for NJ Transit patrons.

CHP Won't Come Cheap, If It Comes at All (Cleaner Energy)

The New Jersey State Legislature is debating yet another bill (S-2651) that would promote a cleaner way of producing electricity by having utility customers foot a portion of the cost

Denville Foundation, New Technology Help Get and Keep the Blind Online

At the Denville-based New Jersey Foundation for the Blind, a dozen people with severe vision loss, took part in a pilot program to learn to navigate the Internet and, with the added help of a GPS app and an audible screen reader, her hometown’s streets.

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