Four apps designed to help your mental health.
Multi-factor authentication has come to MyCourses, and with it comes a lot of questions.
What does it really mean for a campus to have Wi-Fi problems?
The story of two space agencies, one mission and a whole lot of scientific instruments.
What quantum computing means for the future.
A look at Twitter's newest algorithm.
A review of the RIT Mobile app, from the perspectives of functionality, design and accessibility.
European Parliament just passed laws that may inhibit meme use.
What's scarier: Artificial intelligence or the people in charge of it?
We browse through the internet constantly and not often are we blocked or restricted from accessing websites or certain content. However, that is not the case in many countries. According to Justin Pelletier, a professor and business director at the Center for Cybersecurity, internet censorship is the concept of limiting the flow of information in order to better protect the population or, in most cases, to protect the country’s interests.
The lines between ads, content and its viewers are blurring.
The School of Film and Animation is growing fast but may not have the resources to keep up with demand.
A thorough look at the pros and cons of various modes of on-campus transportation. How will you get to class?
Learn more about the advancements in cyber and human technology within the Air Force.
Technologies and opportunities you can expect from the new MAGIC Center, opening this fall.
A smart assistant glitch sparks fear of sentient machines and overreaching tech.
As technology becomes even more advanced and complex, new fields of study are created to manage the chaos.
Investigating the psychological impacts of phone usage.
RIT professors are pioneering the next generation of space observation.
The Microsoft-led advent of "Mixed Reality" technology is making it even harder for people to wrap their heads around all these new headsets.
Blockchain's and Bitcoin's potentials are capturing more and more of the public's consciousness. However, there is still some debate about where these phenomenon will lead.
RIT's Center for Computational Relativity and Gravity has helped detect elusive gravitational waves.
Tech companies like Google have engineered the iteration we often think is purely just a lack of innovation.
Game publishers know exactly how to "game" you for the most possible money.