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If you want to know why Google Fiber is such a big deal, talk to Matthew Marcus. In addition to housing the social media calendar company he and CEO Adam Arrendondo run, the home was the site of the first public installation of the new 1-gigabit Google Fiber service in the world’s first “fiberhood.” By Rob Roberts
Holiday shopping for kids often means high-tech gifts. But there’s one accessory you won’t find in among the chargers and quick-start guides — the ethics manual.
New leadership, global ventures are gaining attention
CritiTech — the west Lawrence-based pharmaceutical firm — has added three new senior level management positions to its staff as its first international venture is set to begin operations this week.
When Michael Readinger’s daughter’s laptop died, he thought she had lost everything — years worth of pictures, memories, and schoolwork erased. “It’s like losing stuff in a fire or something,” Readinger said. “It’s just gone.”
In case you are wondering, Lawrence, that big Internet giant in the rear view mirror is Google. While Google was making news in Kansas City on Thursday by announcing its plans for rolling out super-fast Internet in the metro area, a local broadband provider was pointing out those speeds already exist in some parts of Lawrence.
Gov. Sam Brownback, employers and educators on Thursday declared a new era in career and technical training in Kansas.
Google Inc. revealed Thursday what it will charge for its long-awaited, ultra-fast Internet service in Kansas City: $70 per month.
Sprint Nextel Corp. said Monday that it has turned on its new wireless data network, providing a much-needed boost to the carrier, whose data speeds lag those of its largest competitors.
The Lawrence school district has used iPads for a variety of things, from helping with student engagement to providing aid for special needs students.
As physicists and other scientists around the planet heralded news of the possible discovery of a long-sought subatomic particle, researchers at Kansas University are continuing to contribute to that research along with other projects at the Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland.
OMG. LOL. GTG. 10 years ago, only about 2 percent of US residents used texting. Now, nearly 18.5 billions texts are sent a month — primarily by teens. Today, Room 125, the Lawrence High School student podcast, looks at the ...
Temperatures will feel cooler today after yesterday's warm blast, but our high of 63 will still be above average. A slim chance of rain showers is expected for the mid-afternoon and portions of the evening with a northeast wind between ...
Local residents learn about motion-tracking musical software, which is being used to help special needs children
Leaf Miller of the Deep Listening Institute in New York talks about the Adaptive Use Musical Instrument (AUMI), a motion-tracking software, which is being used to help stimulate special needs children with limited mobility.
A new Hydroelectric Plant is being built for Bowrersock Mills and Power on the north side of the Kansas River. The new plant will produce more clean energy than the older plant across the river.
Watch as Google vice president of engineering Brian McClendon surprises a classroom of Kansas University first-year electrical engineering and computer science students with a gift of their own: Motorola Android tablets.
Freshman at Wyandotte County High School react to the announcement that Google has picked Kansas City, Kan., as their location to install a high-speed fiber network.
Saavi Accountability founder Justen Wack briefly explains the concept behind his company's software program that aims to help people with online addictions.
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment is working to fix problems that caused errors with 85 percent of its hard drives. The fix will cost about $700,000.
National experts in social media will be in Lawrence Thursday for a social media conference. Tickets are required for those interested in attending the event at the Oread Hotel.
Kansas University released its application for mobile devices Wednesday. The application helps fans keep track of news, navigate on campus and even plays the Rock Chalk Chant.
Kansas Attorney General Steve Six spent Monday morning warning children of the potential dangers of the Internet.
A Google VP talked to students on the KU campus about technology of the future. The discussion focused on cloud computing and programming mobile applications.