The United State Holocaust Memorial Museum, located in Washington, D.C., "serves as the US memorial to the millions of people murdered during the Holocaust." Its collections include documents, photos, artifacts, oral histories, film, and "other materials that could assist
URBANA — A technology upgrade at the Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District means passengers won't have access later this week for several hours to real-time bus departure information.
MONTICELLO — Two Monticello High School students have been disciplined for messages posted on Twitter, including one that read: "school on the coldest day of the week? This is the kind of stuff that happens prior to school shootings."
While we're freezing, they're roasting in Las Vegas. Not from the weather, but from the heat of all the electronics at the Las Vegas Convention Center and numerous hotels in the vicinity.
The International Consumer Electronics Show further lit up the town Jan. 5, draining most of the power from Hoover Dam.
URBANA — The University of Illinois engineer who invented the first visible-light LED was honored by one of the profession's most prestigious prizes Tuesday, along with two of his proteges.
Each week, we offer a Q&A with a local personality. Today, 28-year-old Champaign resident AJ Christensen chats with The News-Gazette's Melissa Merli. Christensen works as a visualization programmer at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois.
The ghosts of Christmas past haunt my storeroom. Name the technology and it's probably there. Of course, some things old, such as turntables, turn new again.
We asked 10 experts to dust off their crystal balls and tell us what's in store for 2015.
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Recently, I read an article inquiring about texting acronyms. Being fairly tech savvy and texting daily, I figured I would know most of the acronyms used today.
Wow, was I wrong! Let me just say you should know that I am not TWD, IPN or NIFOC while typing this.
ARCOLA — With a population of less than 3,000, Arcola is known far and wide as the gateway to Illinois Amish Country, the broom corn capital of the world and, lately, a leading innovator in educating by iPad.