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.
2017's iteration of the student-run design conference brought speakers, workshops and exposure to new sides of design for attendees.
Silicon Valley and Washington have begun to butt heads with one another. Can they reach an agreement, or will the fight get ugly?
Our identities are increasingly intertwined with spaces controlled by private interests. How do we ensure they're preserved for posterity?
Considering the laxity and systemic factors that led to the Equifax Breach, the need to ensure your information is secure is ever the more apparent.
YouTube has kept its creators in the dark as the current political climate has necessitated the evolution of the platform's algorithms.
Online delivery services are here. Will they gobble up grocery stores?
Students of various disciplines came together to create on Sept. 16 and 17 for the first-ever iteration of this very unique hackathon.
Uber and Lyft have revolutionized travel by increasing convenience while decreasing prices. The door to Upstate New York was finally opened for the taxi and cab alternatives this past summer on June 30. However, with the semester having barely started, students have only just started utilizing them.
Hot Wheelz, RIT’s all-female racing team, built upon their unique strengths to come out victorious at this year's Formula Hybrid competition.
It finally happened. Ride-hailing services like Lyft and Uber have come to upstate New York. Thanks to a state budget agreement made in Albany last April, everyone — including students at RIT — now has the ability to get around Rochester with far more ease.
CIAS freshmen have been busy this school year creating a Motion Capture system from scratch, and all on their own
Cartoonist Robert Sikoryak recently spoke at RIT about his new graphic novel "Terms and Conditions" which parodies the famous iTunes agreement.
Majors distinct to RIT that explore the intersection of the arts and sciences
The first ever "HeroJam" was an opportunity for aspiring Game Developers to both test their skills and raise money for kids.
RIT and its MAGIC Center had quite the presence at this year's GDC,with the student-developed game "Gibraltar."
Nokia's new 3310 cellphone raises questions about the prevalence and space for retro devices in 2017.
On Feb. 25 and 26 Women in Computing (WiC) at RIT hosted the fourth annual WiCHacks Hackathon.
Karl Mohn, a former RIT professor, is developing an app that applies several of the principles of locative media and nonlinear storytelling to his presentation of the poetry of Frank O'Hara.
This past month brought about a symbolic milestone for the private space industry. On Feb. 19, SpaceX launched a Falcon9 rocket to resupply the International Space Station from the Kennedy Space Center's pad 39A in Cape Canaveral — the very same launch site that saw off the Apollo astronauts who set foot on the moon, as well the Space Shuttle flights.
The dangers of politics tampering with the objectivity of science.
"Rogue" Twitter accounts of various Federal Agencies have both spotlighted facts and obfuscated them.
Evaluating the benefits of automation and its impact on RIT graduates.