Take a look around the classroom the next time you are in class. Isn't everyone on their laptops? And what do they have next to their laptops? A gigantic casebook.
With his "giant leap for mankind," Neil Armstrong dealt a defining blow to the Soviet Union in the tight space race. The Soviet Union never truly recovered from that blow.
I remember it very vividly. I was sitting in my American history class in high school in New York City and suddenly, someone came to the door and whispered something to my teacher.
I was going to write an article a few weeks ago regarding the recent wrangling between Google and China, but as I was about to submit my article to the newspaper, new information came to light.
Google Made a Phone! What hasn't Google done in the last few years? It seems like this company has penetrated all segments of our lives.
On October 29, 1969, a message was sent from one computer in UCLA to another computer at Stanford, launching the beginning of the Internet age.
On October 2nd, 2009, Rio de Janeiro was named the host city of the 2016 Summer Olympic Games.
I was a marketing major in undergrad, with a passion for technology and now I'm on my way to becoming a lawyer.
During the first week of classes this semester, a professor called on me and asked some questions dealing with cars and driving.
"United forever in friendship and labor, our mighty republics will ever endure" is the beginning of the now infamous anthem of the erstwhile Soviet Union.