The California Institute of Technology is rolling out EBSCO Discovery Service (EDS) from EBSCO Information Services, to provide library users with high-quality search results from articles, e-books, the library catalog, institutional repositories and other sources.
Adobe is gearing up to release a major revision of its PDF tool for desktop and mobile, Acrobat, and to launch a new service called the Adobe Document Cloud, which will provide document management, control and electronic signing capabilities.
Forget about wireless drones. Try giant wireless beetles from tropical Africa outfitted with gear for surveillance and search and rescue operations. An international research team that has been working with the beetles since at least 2009 for just these purposes recently made breakthroughs that allow them to steer the beetles from a remote location more precisely.
Carnegie Mellon University, University of Pittsburgh and University of Pittsburgh Medical Center have teamed up to explore ways big data can improve health care.
Lawrence Strickling, assistant secretary for communications and information at the United States Department of Commerce and administrator of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration will deliver a keynote address at the Internet2 2015 Global Summit.
Cloud solutions have matured enough to be a viable option for many IT projects, but few CIOs are giving them the consideration they may deserve, according to a new survey from Gartner.
An assistive technologies hackathon at MIT late last month came up with innovations for assisting people with everything from cerebral palsy and paraplegia to hearing and visual impairments.
Atlanta-based StorTrends has released two new storage devices that feature all-flash storage area network (SAN) arrays.
MIT has shared additional details on how it plans to spend a $15 million cybersecurity grant. The multidisciplinary effort will address cybersecurity from three directions: technology, public policy and organizational management.
A new multidisciplinary project from the University of Arizona will encourage elementary students to consider careers in science, technology, engineering and math by involving them in research involving their own sleep patterns.