BLOOMFIELD, Ind. (WTHI) - Technology has made some significant advances in the classroom over the years. Just ask Bloomfield junior-senior high school principal David Dean. Dean says, "I can remember getting the first Windows 2.0 and having that as a workstation. And you know just to think about where we've come
This fake ad campaign calls out one of Twitter's very real problems Facebook has taken down 652 pages, accounts and groups it identified as part of a coordinated disinformation campaign that originated in Iran and targeted countries around the world. It also found a number of new pages connected to Russia.
Arianna Huffington on Uber: 'No brilliant jerks allowed' Uber has agreed to pay 56 current and former employees about $33,900 each, or $1.9 million, to settle their claims of gender discrimination, harassment and hostile work environment. On Monday, lawyers for the plaintiffs filed paperwork in a Northern California district court that
In 1955, science fiction writer Isaac Asimov published a short story about an experiment in “electronic democracy,” in which a single citizen, selected to represent an entire population, responded to questions generated by a computer named Multivac. The machine took this data and calculated the results of an election
These companies are trying to win back your trust Uber finally hired a chief financial officer to help itgo public in 2019. On Tuesday, the ride-share company announced thatNelson J. Chai will fill arole that has been vacant since 2015. Chai comes to Uber from the Warranty Group, a Chicago-based insurance
WhatsApp: Facebook's other problem WhatsApp has rolled out a slew of features designed to prevent mob violence in India. But officials there say the company needs to do even more. The Facebook-owned messaging app "must find solutions to these challenges which are downright criminal and [a] violation of Indian laws," technology