Cash-back sites are taking over where coupons used to rule, saving money and cutting special deals for frugal online shoppers.
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Retail brick-and-mortar stores aren’t dead, and
they’re evolving to offer more digital services that enhance or speed up the
Texas Tech University started as a technological college, but even as it has expanded its scope, the name has managed to remain the same.
Package-delivering robots are coming, but there are big challenges to making them work on public sidewalks.
Deleting something you’ve posted online is never a guarantee that it will actually disappear forever because the internet is pretty permanent.
The task of determining whether content is inappropriate and should be removed from social media typically falls on automated software or employees.
Cars are becoming rolling data collection centers capable of collecting information about driving habits and on-board communications.
Preserving data and artwork that has only ever existed on the internet can be a huge challenge for museums and historians.
Kids are participating in Texas robotics programs and competitions and learning valuable STEM skills along the way.
A San Antonio startup has been working to make the San Antonio International Airport easier to navigate with the help of its mapping robot tech.