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A metro Detroit technology company which started distributing digital deals locally two years ago has grown to provide the service across the country with some big name clients including “The Voice.”
The Michigan Secretary of State’s website has a number of resources voters as they prepare to head to the polls on election day.
Improved Wi-Fi, an enhanced mobile app for the Pistons and a new high-definition scoreboard are among $40 million in enhancements made to The Palace of Auburn Hills.
One of the biggest anime and gaming conventions in the country opens Thursday in Detroit. The Youmacon convention is expected to draw more than 16,000 attendees.
Graduating college seniors have an opportunity to work in a Detroit start-up through Grand Circus’ Hacker Fellows program.
Diners at Taco Bell can now use their smart phones to place customized orders, pay online and skip the lines through the restaurant chain’s new mobile app.
Amazon is offering a smaller version of the Amazon of its Fire TV streaming media box, which will compete with Google’s Chromecast.
Two major drug store chains are no longer accepting Apple’s mobile payment service, Apple Pay.
Apple’s newest generation of iPads have arrived in Apple Stores in Metro Detroit.