PRAIRIE BUSINESS MAGAZINE Dakota Fiber Initiative rolls on
At its annual meeting held last week in Fargo, the Information Technology Council of North Dakota agreed to champion an initiative to improve the speed and availability of broadband throughout North D... Posted on 10/28/13 at 3:36 PM
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NDAD INSIGHT Artifact history of disability in America now offered online
Check out a new national online exhibit -- EveryBody: An Artifact History of Disability in America (http://everybody.si.edu/) -- from the Smithsonian's Natural Museum of American History.
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BISMARCK – North Dakota officials are cracking down on Internet pharmacies that illegally sell painkillers to residents without a valid prescription.
The North Dakota Board of Pharmacy has taken action against three out-of-state Internet pharmacies for illegally selling tramadol to residents.
WASHINGTON – The Federal Trade Commission on Wednesday backed the creation of a “Do Not Track” option – similar to the popular National Do Not Call Registry for people who want to avoid telemarketers – to allow consumers to protect their privacy as they use the Web.
NEW YORK – MySpace, the online social hub that’s been fighting to stay relevant in the age of Facebook and Twitter, is overhauling its image and its website into an entertainment destination for its mostly younger audience.
Barbara Ortutay, AP Technology Writer
, October 29, 2010
SEATTLE — Microsoft Corp. unveiled the "beta" test version of Internet Explorer 9 on Wednesday, the first of a new generation of Web browser programs that tap into the powerful processors on board newer computers to make websites load and run faster.
In 2009, individuals averaged $7,975 in Web spending GRAND FORKS – North Dakota is one of the country’s coldest, most rural states, but those attributes aren’t what caused the Peace Garden State to rank No. 1 in a new report – at least not directly.
Ryan Johnson, Forum Communications Co.
, August 07, 2010
Jeff DeLoss, a business analyst at Noridian Administrative Services in Fargo, can’t log on to Facebook at his work computer. Company policy does not allow access to social networking sites on company time.
Three Minnesota State University Moorhead alums are part of a team that’s in the running for what’s been called the Internet’s highest honor, and they got there by cramming millions of people’s faces into old yearbook photos.
WASHINGTON – More corners of the country would have high-speed Internet access and existing connections would become much faster under a sweeping proposal to overhaul U.S. broadband policy that is being unveiled today.
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