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AT&T has invested $1.7 billion in Michigan during the past three years which has included new cell sites and new high-speed Internet network connections.
Nearly 1,3000 students used a variety of skills to compete in the Macomb Science Olympiad regional competition at Macomb Community College.
Twitter is celebrating its ninth birthday Friday of micro-blogging in 140 characters or less.
Nearly 1,300 students will compete in a variety of events Saturday at the regional Science Olympiad competition.
Dan Gilbert says the new high-speed Rocket Fiber Internet network under construction in downtown Detroit will be a key component in attracting and retaining talent to the city.
Automation Alley will host a cyber security summit March 26 to discuss the threats these attacks pose to businesses.
Facebook is introducing a new feature that will allow users to send money via the Messenger feature.
The NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament starts Thursday on the court, and there are a number of online resources for fans to follow the action.
Students from Warren Mott High School learned Wednesday about real-world applications for a science, technology, engineering and mathematics education from the U.S. Army.