Transportation history was made today in the Nevada desert, where Virgin Hyperloop tested human travel in a hyperloop pod for the first time. Continue reading First Passengers Travel Safely on a Hyperloop
There is a good chance that most people reading this have tuned into at least one live video over the last week. It’s something that is becoming increasingly popular Continue reading Create a Live Video Community (and Why You Would Want to)
The LGBTQ+ community has made tremendous strides in the last decade. Since 2010, almost 30 countries have passed same-sex marriage laws around the world, Continue reading What Strides have the LGBTQ+ Community made in Diversity?
This past March, we celebrated Transgender Visibility Day. While this holiday can be used for people who identify as transgender to come out to their peers and celebrate being their true selves, it is also used to educate the public on the struggles of the transgender community. Continue reading What You Need to Know to be the Best Ally to All Genders
The bronze statue of Adelfa Callejo, a staunch civil rights advocate believed to be the first practicing Latina lawyer in Dallas, will Continue reading Adelfa Callejo sculpture, Dallas’ first of a Latina, expected to land downtown in Main Street Garden park
In the era of Social media, our privacy and online safety becomes increasingly important. We’re sharing our lives online; however, we should also know how much Continue reading What is malware and why should I be concerned?
A new addition to your wardrobe may soon help you turn on the lights and music—all while also keeping you dry, clean, and safe from the latest virus that’s going around. Continue reading Not Only Does This New Clothing Charge Your Phone, It Can Protect You From Viruses and Bacteria
Children everywhere are going to get the chance to have two historical female role models as part of their play sets. Continue reading Rosa Parks and Sally Ride get their very own Barbie dolls
Big tech companies don’t like to talk about it. And when users find out it’s happening, they’re often surprised — and disturbed. Continue reading Yes, tech companies may listen when you talk to your virtual assistant. Here’s why that’s not likely to stop
Race car driver Jessi Combs, who earned the title of the “fastest woman on four wheels” after she set a record with a jet-powered car, died Tuesday while trying to beat a land speed record, officials said. Continue reading Race car driver Jessi Combs, known as the ‘fastest woman on four wheels,’ dies while trying to beat record