ENIAC was the world's first electronic digital computer, and it was programmed by a team of six women. Remembering their contributions could inspire young women looking to break into the male-dominated tech industry.
Scientists from Canada and California have come up with a computer program that will help linguists unearth dead languages. It's nowhere near perfect, but it could help us know more about human history in the long run.
Apple will be assisting in a number of studies involving DNA collection through its ResearchKit program. The studies are being conducted at the University of California and the Mount Sinai Hospital in New York.
Dodge has announced a customization program for the SRT Viper, allowing customers to configure a unique combination of options. Each ordered configuration cannot be duplicated by another custom order, and the process is handled through a personal concierge.
With the growing emphasis on STEM, programming languages may soon be just as important as spoken language. Enter Vortex, the robotic toy for kids that teaches them how to program and how to build their very own technology.
Tuft University's Daniel Lobo and Michael Levin have programmed a computer to create its own scientific theories. In turn, the computer has given us a better understanding of gene connectivity, specifically within the flatworm.