Photo Illustration | Nearly half of all sales on the nation’s largest shopping day occurred online, with 6 million more shopping in 2016 than 2015.
11/29/2016 12:20am

Tech Tuesday: Online Shopping

This year, Black Friday saw an estimated 154 million shoppers nationwide, according to the  National Broadcasting Company. This number shows an increase from previous years. These shoppers spent an average of $289, with about 44 percent buying their products online.

Photo Illustration | Cable and satellite television providers are beginning to lose market share as streaming services improve in quality while decreasing in price. Some 21 percent of all Americans are expected to cut the cord this year.
11/22/2016 10:33am

Tech Tuesday: How do TV services work?

As video streaming services gain more popularity, people are switching away from traditional cable TV subscriptions, with more than 20 percent of American households “cutting the cord” last year.

The Distributed Denial of Service attack against Dyn Inc. disrupted internet access to various parts of the United States. While it began on the East Coast, it impacted a much larger area of the world later in the day.
11/22/2016 10:33am

TECH: What exactly happened with the Internet blackout last week?

Internet users were unable to access some of the world’s busiest websites, including Twitter, reddit, Github, Spotify, the New York Times, several Amazon Web Services clients and many others last Friday after a massive Distributed Denial of Service attack that interrupted service to Dyn Inc., a managed DNS service provider.

Oil companies, like the one trying to build a pipeline in North Dakota, use a variety of technologies to discover oil, including mechanical sniffers to detect certain hydrocarbons.
10/17/2016 11:27pm

TECH TUESDAY: How do we get our oil?

Protests against a new oil pipeline in North Dakota have garnered much attention in recent days, with hundreds of people making their way to the junction of the Cannonball and Missouri Rivers.

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