Cary, NC – Usually when the Mobile Outreach Vehicle shows up, it means there’s been a natural disaster. But in Cary, community members came out in beautiful Spring weather to see the vehicle and learn about science. Read more
Cary, NC – When first meeting David Prins, one may not suspect the rolling suitcase he carries contains a working computer. But through some hard work and ingenuity, Prins has managed to turn his desktop computer into a unique mobile work station. Read more
Cary, NC — AT&T users in Cary have been without phone, internet or TV, in some cases for 36 hours. That’s bad news in Tech Town. Read more
Editor’s Note: This story is from our friends at Technology Tank.
Raleigh, NC — Registration for Triangle Open Data Day 2016 (TODD) is open and tickets are going fast. We sold out all of the last 3 years and are expecting another sell-out crowd this year. We will be in the same location in the Engineering Building II on Centennial Campus which has proved to be a great place to hold TODD. Read more
Editor’s Note: Our friend Ian Henshaw from Tech Tank told us about a brand-new civic app has made it easy for citizens in Cary and around the Triangle to access crime reports in their area.
Cary, NC — 17 year-old Jenny Wang of Cary just won a $10,000 Davidson Fellows Scholarship for her novel computer vision algorithm that allows for more efficient and effective analysis of the brain. She is one of only 20 students from across the country to receive the honor. Read more
Cary, NC — Proto Labs, a Minnesota-based technology manufacturer, will open a new office in Cary, investing $25 million in the Town and creating 170 new jobs by doing so. Read more
Cary, NC — On May 21, 2015, Google Fiber and the Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN) launched the first-ever Digital Inclusion Fellowship, an initiative to get more Americans online. Read more
Cary, NC — Hi, I’m Lori Bush, and I’m a techie. Sounds like I’m in a 12-step program, doesn’t it? Read more