Archive for 'Technology'
By Derrick Perkins (Photo/Curt Suplee, National Science Foundation) City leaders and economic experts learned Friday that they had pulled off a surprising coup — successfully luring the National Science Foundation to Alexandria. The General Services Administration [...]
George Washington Middle School eighth-grader Zoe Gage held an iPad 2 up to a video camera Tuesday morning, showing her virtual pen pals in Afghanistan the kind of technology her classmates regularly use at school. Her [...]
St. Stephens and St. Agnes senior Lauren Mizzell will leave Alexandria with a diploma and cutting edge electronics to boot after winning a Verizon Wireless and United Negro College Fund scholarship. [...]
If the legend of Pheidippides has any truth to it, the Athenian messenger probably wasnt wearing an expensive name-brand pair of cushioned running shoes on his run from Marathon. [...]
Its called the Death to Quarters Act and city officials hope it solves the quarter conundrum businesses and shoppers have grappled with since parking meter rates rose 75 percent. [...]
It comes in handy to be in the shadow of the Free Worlds capital. When it comes to broadband Internet, Alexandria could have a leg-up in securing federally funded pilot projects. [...]