CHAMPAIGN — When Wolfram Research launched its Mathematica software 25 years ago this month, it gave students and professionals a whole new approach to visualizing and solving high-level math problems.
Now the technical computing software is celebrating its silver anniversary, and the next version — Mathematica 10.0 — is likely to be released sometime later this year.
Two Champaign residents have been awarded $15,000 from Governor Pat Quinn's adminstration for an app they created that's full of local information.
Recently, a few of you contacted me about finding a good home for no longer needed, but otherwise good equipment and music collections.
While I urge people to recycle used, obsolete electronics or gadgets that no longer work, nothing pains me more than seeing perfectly good gear pile up at recycling events.
CHAMPAIGN — A day camp for middle-school girls on the University of Illinois campus is centered around computer science, but that doesn't mean the students involved are only concerned with computers.
HOOPESTON — At 400 pounds and only 2 feet tall, one steel-clad firefighter got some curious looks, arriving at the scene of a fire in a used-tire processing facility in Hoopeston on Wednesday.
CHAMPAIGN — The head of one of the most prestigious engineering departments at the University of Illinois will be the next dean of the UI College of Engineering.
Andreas Cangellaris, head of the department of electrical and computer engineering, was named Thursday as the successor to Ilesanmi Adesida, who is now provost of the campus.
The cable box: You can't live with it, and you can't live without it. In this digital age, if you want more than the local channels a cable or satellite box joins your home furnishings. Earlier this month, Comcast debuted a box that not only makes choosing and recording your favorite programs easier, but you might just fall in love with it.
UI hosting engineering event this week which pits custom-made craft from all over the world
URBANA — The word "concrete" is not often followed by "canoe."
It seems rather counterintuitive: Concrete shouldn't float, right?
Tell that to the engineers.
CHAMPAIGN — An Illinois consumer watchdog group says Champaign residents are overpaying on their cellphone bills by as much as $9 million per year and more than $1.4 billion statewide.