Myspace Representative Testifies in Trial of Trenton Man Accused of Using the Site to Plot a Murder
Technology experts told a court in Trenton that they could pinpoint the electronic fingerprint of a computer that a Trenton man alledgedly used to plot to murder a fellow gang member via Myspace.
Building The Future: N.J. Colleges Get $1.3B for Construction Projects
New Jersey colleges stand to get $1.3 billion for projects that range from technology upgrades in the classroom at Roawan to $86.3 million to transform an NJIT building into a hub for science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Washington Township NJ 7th Grader is State winner of Doodle 4 Google Contest
A seventh grade student from Washington Township, NJ was the state winner of the Doodle 4 Google contest.
The UPC Barcode Turns 40:NJ Company GS1 Marks a Milestone
The adoption of the Universal Product Code system — which involved attaching numbers to barcodes so that standard products could be identified and assigned prices that could be read by machines — was Lawrence-based GSI’s claim to fame.
At Cyberbullying Conference, Experts and Educators Try to Define Line Between Texting and Trouble
A cyberbulling conference was held at Rutgers University Newark this week, where experts talked about the difficulties of drawing a legal line that determines if schools -- or parents -- are culpable in these cases.