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Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and with it a slew of food preparation. The holiday has both consumers and producers working to feed many people.An estimated 243 million turkeys will be raised in 2016, along with an estimated 859 million pounds of cranberries produced.
As video streaming services gain more popularity, people are switching away from traditional cable TV subscriptions, with more than 20 percent of American households “cutting the cord” last year.
Millions of Americans will take to the polls for the 2016 presidential election today.
Internet users were unable to access some of the world’s busiest websites, including Twitter, reddit, Github, Spotify, the New York Times, several Amazon Web Services clients and many others last Friday after a massive Distributed Denial of Service attack that interrupted service to Dyn Inc., a managed DNS service provider.
Protests against a new oil pipeline in North Dakota have garnered much attention in recent days, with hundreds of people making their way to the junction of the Cannonball and Missouri Rivers.
Cultured meat, also known as lab grown meat, has made waves in recent years, being called disgusting by some and a potential savior to the environment by others.
Video chatting services are becoming extremely popular, with applications like Skype being used by almost five million people every day.
EpiPens have been at the forefront of headlines recently, with outrage over the price of the medical product being raised by over 400 percent over the last nine years.
September marks the beginning of many sports seasons at once, from the National Football League (NFL) regular season to the group stages of the Union of European Football Associations Champions League (CL). With this, technology in sports will once again make an appearance.
On Wednesday, Sept. 14, the Cook and Douglass campuses faced power outages that led to all 3,200 residents being relocated for the night.
On Wednesday, Sept. 7, Apple held a press event and announced the iPhone 7, which features two camera lenses and a new processor, will not have a headphone jack.
University faculty and staff members can now take advantage of two-factor authentication, an added security feature for logging into email or other digital services, thanks to the introduction of NetID+.
The Rutgers online learning tool used by most students and professors recently received a major upgrade.
With final exams just around the corner, students are beginning to prepare for anything they might encounter on the exam.One common section of an exam is multiple choice, which is often completed using a Scantron.
Roads filled with self-driving cars may stop existing solely in fantasies and become real, thanks to research innovations in the technology industry.Advancements needed to produce self-driving cars have been moving quickly, and industry giants predict self-driving cars will soon be available to the public.
On Sat. April 9, rap and pop artist Drake announced the release date of his long rumored album “Views from the 6.” This will be his fourth studio album, according to theverge.com.
With increasing amounts of research into various diseases and disorders stemming from genetic mutations, scientists have begun to investigate ways to directly change the genetic makeup of cells.
Less than 24 hours after creating an artificial intelligence internet bot, Microsoft Corporation was forced to kill Tay.
Over the last few weeks an artificial intelligence (AI) program has been competing with a world champion board game player, showing off the strong advances Google has made in artificial intelligence.
With many celebratory events like St. Patrick’s Day and spring break approaching, police forces are likely to increase the number of officers on duty and patrols to increase safety.