"Technology" Tagged Articles

Business , Central New York , Community

Tech Garden Assists in the Growth of New Businesses

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By Jude Allume, SYRACUSE, NY (NCC News) — The Tech Garden has long been a powerful tool in the launch and development of technology-leveraging start-up companies. Located in Syracuse, the company was created to turn two empty MONY Plaza buildings into a business incubator for manufacturing and services businesses. Since opening in 2004, the company has helped […]

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Arts , Business , Central New York , Community , Consumer , Education , Environment , Syracuse , Technology

Le Moyne College is Hosting a Stem Program

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By Ashley Burroughs SYRACUSE, N.Y. – Le Moyne College is hosting its second annual STEM program for young women who are eager to learn more about science, technology, and math. This week long program empowers women by giving them the opportunity to gain new skills in a career field that is dominated by men. Emma […]

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Central New York , Community , Technology

Virtual Reality Touring Comes to Syracuse Apartment Company

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By Tommy Farrell SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) — Open house has a different meaning for one apartment company in Syracuse. University Hill Apartments and Imajion Studios partnered in February 2017 to bring virtual reality touring to University Hill’s website. If the property has virtual reality viewing available, a 360 degree logo will appear in the picture. Leasing […]

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Community , Feature , Health , Technology

Social Media May Negatively Impact Mental Health

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By Jacqueline Tenreiro SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) – There’s worse that could happen from an Instagram post than a low number of likes. The photo-sharing social media platform has been dubbed most detrimental to the mental health of young people, according to a recent U.K.-based #StatusOfMind study. The report, a collaboration between the Royal Society for Public […]

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Consumer , Technology

WikiLeaks Publishes Thousands of Classified Documents

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By Lauren Anderson SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) – WikiLeaks has published thousands of documents revealing secrets about CIA practices. Officials say the revealed files were classified, and included information that the CIA uses hacking tools to break in to targeted computers, cellphones, and even smart TVs. The hacking tools appeared to affect desktop and laptop computers […]

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Business , Central New York , Community , Consumer , Education , Feature , Jobs

Women in High Tech Succeed in CNY

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By Angelica Rodriguez SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News)– Science and Technology are rapid growing fields with great job opportunities but they continue to be short for women across the country. While most of the women in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) fields are challenged to adapt and stay in their jobs, this seems to […]

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Business , Central New York , Technology

Innovation is Making its Way Back to Central New York

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By Isabel Sanchez SYRACUSE,N.Y. (NCC News) — After two decades away from its innovative manufacturing history, Syracuse is slowly getting back its place as a hub for innovative technology. Recent governmental funding in addition to private initiatives has brought through the past decade new companies to the Central New York region. An example of that is […]

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International , Religion , Technology

How the Diocese of Syracuse and the Pope Are Using the Same Means to Accomplish the Same Goals

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By Matt Weinstein SYRACUSE, N.Y (NCC NEWS) – The Diocese of Syracuse is using Instagram and memes to support a healthy growth in their followers. Not every Father or nun has their own Instagram yet but that may soon change thanks to the continued efforts of a few members of this Catholic organization. In the past few […]

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Arts , Central New York

High-tech Tools May Help Save Some Orchestras

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By Rebekah Boulos FAYETTEVILLE, N.Y. (NCC NEWS) –It’s no secret that symphonies across America have been struggling to keep their music flowing.  Some orchestras are turning to high-tech tools to reach a wider audience. But for some smaller orchestras, high-tech just isn’t generating high interest. Every Monday night teachers, doctors, lawyers, and others. gather in […]

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