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Toyota Building Smart City

Emerging technologies are disrupting our lives radically and companies are testing new products and ideas all the time. The carmaker, Toyota, kicked off the first week of 2020 with an ambitious announcement. During their presentation at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las … Read More…

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North Carolina HBCU Offers LeBron “Bronny” James Jr Scholarship

North Carolina Central University goes fan-college for Bronny. Read More…

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Alcorn State University gives 5-year-old full ride to HBCU for Music

When it comes to fostering a love for any activity, anyone can tell you that the key has always been to get people interested when they’re young. Yet, who would have guessed that a 5-year-old Louisiana boy, Jeremiah Travis would have the drum … Read More…

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