Celebrating 80 years of graduate education at ASU

Celebrating 80 years of graduate education at ASU

It all started with four students and a single master's program in teacher education. But just eight decades later, Arizona State University's Graduate College now serves over 21,000 graduate students in close to 500 degree and certificate programs. Together with 2,100 outstanding faculty from 14 colleges, ASU graduate students and postdocs have participated in $2.1 billion in sponsored research over the past 10 years. Our graduate faculty, students and postdocs contribute daily to the innovatio...

The Biggest Intel Update in YEARS

The Biggest Intel Update in YEARS

- Hey guys, this is Austin. Here at Computex, Intel has gotten serious about the future of the laptop. Intel sponsored our trip here to take a look at some of the biggest changes to laptops that we've seen in nearly a decade. The first phase of this is Project Athena. Now, this might not have the sexiest code name, but this really has the potential of being the biggest shift to laptops that we've seen, ever since Intel introduced the Ultrabook back in like, was it like 2013? But essentially what...

Garfield phone mystery solved after 35 Years

Garfield phone mystery solved after 35 Years

Garfield phone mystery solved after 35 Years Fragments of Garfield shaped novelty telephones have been washing up along the coast of the Finistère region of Brittany, in northwestern France, for the last 35 years, The Guardian reported. The appearance of the battered pieces of plastic had become a daily experience. Sometimes it was just the grinning face or the eyes writes the Guardian. Other times, a headless orange fat torso complete with curly wire, dialpad and plug. The orange phones had bec...

How to get one of the fastest 70 3 bike splits in just two years

How to get one of the fastest 70 3 bike splits in just two years

- Morning Trainiacs, we're back! I actually missed this place, enough to do a really big swim it was just two thousand easy cruisey kinda meters, still swimmin'. Yesterday we analyzed my run performance in Puerto Rico, which was nothing earth shattering, but the bike performance, I was very happy with that. Over the last few years I've gone from a 246, to a 236, to a 226, to at Puerto Rico a 218, sixth fastest overall bike split. It's really easy to get faster. You're gonna like this today, beca...

Judge ends years-long dispute over iPad trademark in Apple’s favor

Judge ends years-long dispute over iPad trademark in Apple’s favor

Over the years, Apple has coined several product names that have become staples in the world of technology: iPod, iPhone, iPad Each of those has become a synonym for the product type it represents Plenty of non-tech enthusiasts call iPads even tablets that aren’t made by Apple because iPads are just so ubiquitous Before Apple introduced iPads to the world, however, another company was already using the name for its products RXD Media, a company that offers cloud storage, used “ipad” as part ...

Major US retailer abruptly removes Apple Pay support after two years

Major US retailer abruptly removes Apple Pay support after two years

While Apple is still selling plenty of iPhones, iPads, and smartwatches around the world, the tech giant's "services" and software are suddenly growing at an unrivaled pace, generating revenues of nearly $11 billion between October and December 2018, up from $9 1 billion during the final three months of the previous year Apple Pay, Apple Music, and the iOS App Store are by far the most successful and lucrative such services, at least until the Apple Arcade and TV+ platforms actually become avai...

Kathie Lee Gifford Retiring From Daytime TV After 25 Years | NBC Nightly News

Kathie Lee Gifford Retiring From Daytime TV After 25 Years | NBC Nightly News

GIFFORD. AFTER 25 YEARS, 11 YEARS HERE AT NBC AFTER 25 YEARS, 11 YEARS HERE AT NBC SHE’S RAISING HER YEARS HERE AT NBC SHE’S RAISING HER GLASS TO A NEW SHE’S RAISING HER GLASS TO A NEW CHAPTER. GLASS TO A NEW CHAPTER. IN A CROWDED DAYTIME CHAPTER. IN A CROWDED DAYTIME TV LANDSCAPE. IN A CROWDED DAYTIME TV LANDSCAPE. KATHY LEE GIFFORD TV LANDSCAPE. KATHY LEE GIFFORD STRUCK GOLD NOT ONCE, KATHY LEE GIFFORD STRUCK GOLD NOT ONCE, BUT TWICE. STRUCK GOLD NOT ONCE, BUT TWICE. FIRST WITH REGIS. BUT TWIC...

Samsung Electronics' Q1 operating profits marks lowest point in more than 2 years

Samsung Electronics' Q1 operating profits marks lowest point in more than 2 years

South Korea's tech giant Samsung Electronics has finalized its earnings for the first quarter of 2019 and its operating profits nosedived our Gordini has more Samsung Electronics operating profits during the January to March period marked on over two year low mainly due to poor chip sales the company revealed on Tuesday that the figure marked around five point three six billion u.s. dollars this is down more than 60 percent on-year and more than 40 percent on-quarter sales also slumped by more t...

Rare Leonardo da Vinci drawings, of and by him, going on display 500 years after his death

Rare Leonardo da Vinci drawings, of and by him, going on display 500 years after his death

London -- A drawing of a bearded, pensive-looking man owned by Queen Elizabeth II is a portrait of Leonardo da Vinci, a royal art adviser said Thursday on the 500th anniversary of his death. Martin Clayton, head of prints at the Royal Collection, said the sketch was made by one of Leonardo's assistants shortly before his death on May 2, 1519. Clayton said "the elegant straight nose, the line of the beard rising diagonally up the cheek to the ear" and other details strongly resemble the only ot...

Chris Kamara's iconic report from Portsmouth produced TV gold nine years ago today

Chris Kamara's iconic report from Portsmouth produced TV gold nine years ago today

Football News24/7  It is one of the most iconic Soccer Saturday moments in history!   Hosted by Jeff Stelling, the programme has become the flagship show for supporters wanting to keep updated with their club's fortunes over the course of 90 minutes  It provides entertainment for its viewers week-in, week as they watch in anticipation on scores for teams up and down the land  Chris Kamara, one of the show's most popular pundits, had an unfortunate afternoon of reporting, on this day nine-y...