Back in 2007, when plans were being made to replace the Stardust with a massive new resort, the site’s developers wanted to put a data center at the base of the new hotel tower. Consulting engineer Dwayne Miller, doubtful about how to weave the building’s complex systems together, wanted to create a three-dimensional “smart” model to better understand the finished structure before getting started.
Las Vegas-based app and website developer Nick Jones said he has secured funding for his app, JRNL, which offers users a private or public setting to record important events in their lives by mobile device or computer.
The medical innovations of local physicians such as Dr. Andrew Cash and Dr. Dhiraj Narula are changing the perception of health care in Las Vegas.
Patients with heart problems may be able to undergo an MRI scan soon, thanks to a groundbreaking study that includes Dr. Dhiraj Narula, a cardiologist with HealthCare Partners in Las Vegas.
Dr. Andrew Cash is bringing new surgical procedures to market in Southern Nevada that will help his back patients return to pain-free life.
A federal judge has ordered dozens of websites shut down for infringing on Las Vegas Sands Corp. trademarks and told website hosting companies not to transfer them to other registrars.
Dominic Marrocco has a simple goal — he wants to change the world of commerce.
Las Vegas is putting its mark on technology that could shave millions in healthcare costs by monitoring the condition of specimens in transit to a lab.
What’s the secret to hiring and retaining the top talent in Las Vegas? Beanbag chairs, the kind you can fall asleep in. Having a 70-inch television, Playstation4 and bar and kitchen in the office doesn’t hurt either.