TECH & TELECOM

  • The state’s lack of budget solutions has dug into telecommunications growth. General Communications Inc. is cutting 20 percent to 25 percent of its planned capital project spending next year in light... Read more
  • Back in 2011, Dan Perpich was somewhat shocked to find rows of wilted lettuce in the local grocery store, retailing for $18 a head. He was visiting Resolute Bay, a town of 130 individuals in northern... Read more
  • Would you unfriend someone on Facebook, because of political views? Facebook users are fed up with political grandstanding. A September 2016 Monmouth University Poll said, “More than 2-in-3 voters... Read more
  • Financial agreements made in late 2015 are still eating into the bottom line for General Communications Inc. Most of GCI’s numbers sank in the third quarter of 2016. Company executives said the... Read more
  • Classical war involved nations fighting nations, with two clearly demarcated sides. Contemporary war, in contrast, may pit one against the many, or a nebulous network of alliances fighting for a... Read more
  • Cyber terrorism, cyber warfare, cyber vandalism, cyber crime, are all now part of the lexicon. In an age where everything is connected to everything else, cyber security is as equally multi-layered... Read more
  • Would you unfriend someone on Facebook, because of political views? Facebook users are fed up with political grandstanding. A September 2016 Monmouth University Poll said, “More than 2-in-3 voters say that this year's presidential race has brought out the worst in people.”
  • Classical war involved nations fighting nations, with two clearly demarcated sides. Contemporary war, in contrast, may pit one against the many, or a nebulous network of alliances fighting for a cause rather than a geo-political territory or economic interest.
  • New habits are popping up on every Main Street in the country due to the prevalence of social media. New words – FOMO, ICYMI, and bae – are being added to dictionaries seemingly every week.