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The newest addition to the state law enforcement agency is housed in the Georgia Cyber Center's Hull-McKnight Building and grew out of an increasing need to hunt down child exploitation and cybercriminals in the state.

Two students at Algonquin Regional High School in Northboro, Mass., have created a free online educational assistance tool called Aptitutor, which is essentially an online tutoring service they built at the end of May.

The remote learning models adopted by many Michigan school districts this year are creating challenges for parents, particularly if they are single parents with jobs that don’t allow them to work from home.

The scramble to support a predominantly remote care model is now giving way to a more measured evaluation of telehealth technologies.

Awkward millennials who avoid phone calls at all costs, rejoice! If you ever end up in a dire situation that necessitates emergency services in Toronto, you might soon be able to text dispatchers instead of having to actually speak with a human over the phone.

CYBER.ORG, a cybersecurity workforce development organization supported by the Department of Homeland Security, announced the kickoff of the development of the K-12 cybersecurity learning standards that can be used in schools nationwide.

After the district scrambled this summer to provide Internet to families to support its remote learning model, a school panel on Thursday voted to ask city leaders to look into bringing municipal broadband to Worcester.

A nonprofit organization based in Marietta, Ga., is one of hundreds of after-school providers, child-care centers, churches and community groups to open digital learning hubs throughout that state.

COVID-19 is only one piece of how the tech landscape is changing. A bigger demand for privacy and the growing influence of politics and social issues on the apps and services we use are coming to define the industry. It all comes as tech companies are discovering new applications for smartphones and gadgets like wearable devices as Silicon Valley races to build the next evolution of the personal computer.

The current public health emergency has shown just how critical adequate and affordable broadband infrastructure is for communities and individuals trying to work, access health care and attempt to teach kids from home.


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