Chicago Park District Supt. Michael Kelly said the mobile classroom, unveiled as part of the Chicago City of Learning program, will allow kids to learn about things like computer coding, fashion design, and video production.
CBS 2’s Mike Parker in every one of these breakdowns, it was computer technology, not a hostile set of attacks. But one local expert says more of those are sure to come and we should be ready.
Lamawr Palmer, 31, was charged with one felony count of theft of school property, according to a statement from Riverside police.
Just how many computers are still running Windows XP?
When it comes to figuring your taxes, should you rely on software or turn to a pro?
CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine reports on the continuing battle for the hearts and minds of parents.
In a testy exchange with a library board attorney, Megan Fox and Kevin DuJan complained about a policy allowing patrons to visit any website – including pornography – on adult-only computers, so long as the content isn’t illegal.
A non-profit organization has begun shipping 700 computers to needy students in Mexico and the Dominican Republic
More than a million Chicago residents will be eligible for low-cost Internet service through a program aimed at expanding digital access to underserved areas.
We know her name – Siri – and we know her voice, but few of us know that one of her co-developers is a Chicagoan.
A major computer outage at United Airlines delayed flights for thousands of travelers across the globe on Thursday, the third time this year a computer problem has hit the world’s largest airline.
A Chicago alderman’s office on the Southwest Side has been burglarized, and thieves made off with an air conditioner, three computers, and a TV.
Experts say blue lights emanating from computer devices could be over-stimulating your brain and causing sleep disruptions. CBS 2’s Kris Gutierrez reports.
The Chicago Public Library — for now — is going to stop blocking people who owe fines for overdue books and other materials from using the library system’s computers.
Thanks to the federal government, students at several Chicago Public Schools now have more than 2,000 computers and printers to use in their studies.
You soon could be getting Facebook friend requests from grandma.
An Evanston man has suffered a deeply personal loss, after learning that burglars had broken into his home and made off with three pricey guitars.
Someone burglarized the Pros Arts Studio in Pilsen this past weekend, and the arts organization is looking for the public’s support to help replace the 14 computers stolen from its youth computer lab.