August-Carnegie Mellon News - Carnegie Mellon University

August

So far in the month of August, Carnegie Mellon Media Relations has counted hundreds of references to the university in worldwide publications. Here is a sample.

Studies warn on dangerous liaisons in drug supply chain as shortages loom large | International Business Times, Australia

Running robot breaks speed records (now all it needs is a head) | Wired.com

International students give big boost to Pa. | Associated Press/WFMJ.com, Ohio

Newest New Yorkers at play | The New York Times

Coming soon, video games that send shivers down your spine | ANI/Times of India

Economic uncertainty feels like the new normal | MSNBC.com

Catching obesity from friends may not be so easy | The New York Times

Don't blame Facebook for facial recognition's creepiness | TIME.com

The science of cyber security | U.S. News and World Report

Free cell phones for the needy | CNN iReport

Who needs a wallet when you've got a smartphone? | Marketplace.PublicRadio.org

Online photos can reveal our private data say experts | BBC News, United Kingdom

Another goodbye to unlimited data | Marketplace.PublicRadio.org

Apollo group to buy maker of math courses | The New York Times

The power of negative thinking | Scientific American

Where do profiles go when networking sites die? | Discovery News

Facial recognition software can ID your SSN | MSNBC.com

Face-ID tools pose new risk | The Wall Street Journal

Can Microsoft make you 'bing'? |The New York Times