STAFF BLOG OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! Good Science, Bad Science
Please do not create nuclear reactors in your homes, people! I thought this went without saying, but apparently, it doesn't.
Is the sun squishy? This is not a question you can answer by going over th... Posted on 8/4/11 at 1:39 PM
STAFF BLOG THE AREA VOICES COMMUNITY Areavoices Digest #10 - Nov 24, 2010
First of all, Happy Thanksgiving to all you! Before you head out for SAFE travels this Thanksgiving I have a few announcements from the areavoices community.
If you still would like to weigh in on our... Posted on 11/24/10 at 12:12 PM
FAR SIDE OF FIFTY Our Desk
A new addition to our desk came last Friday. I ordered a Laptop with the help of my brother, he researched them for me and suggested three different price points and features. This one is middle of th... Posted on 4/12/10 at 5:28 AM
Microsoft will invest more than $9 billion in research and development this year, with much of that spending centering on cloud computing and Microsoft’s next operating system, Windows 8.
Microsoft COO Kevin Turner outlined the company’s plans Tuesday during a visit to Fargo that was part of Turner’s annual checkup on Microsoft campuses.
By Dave Olson, Forum Communications Co.
, June 06, 2012
A computer class Thursday night at the Grand Forks Public Library attracted a small crowd of curious, graying patrons, but not all were prepared to join Facebook’s self-proclaimed effort to “make the world more open and connected.”
By Lisa Gulya, Forum Communications Co.
, February 12, 2011
Sen, Byron Dorgan, D-N.D., has announced that surplus computers from the federal government will be given to five of North Dakota’s public schools. Dorgan said these computers will allow students who may have limited access to new technology a chance to build new skills in an increasingly competitive world.
Lawmakers are moving to ban the use of computer laptops and other personal electronic devices in airline cockpits to prevent another incident like the Northwest Airlines plane that overshot Minneapolis by 150 miles.
By Joan Lowy, The Associated Press
, November 04, 2009
More North Dakota farmers and ranchers are using computers for farm-related business.
The Agriculture Department said 49 percent of producers in a recent survey reported using their computers in their profession, up from 44 percent in 2007.
Even after sharply reducing its outlook for the fourth quarter, Intel Corp. said Wednesday that it would miss its revenue projection by about $500 million, a sign that PC makers and buyers are being more tightfisted than it seemed only two months ago.
Computer maker Dell Inc. said Thursday its fiscal second-quarter profit fell 17 percent, hurt in part by lower prices and restructuring charges. The earnings were short of Wall Street estimates and Dell shares plunged.
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