Once known as “Shipwreck Alley,” Thunder Bay is accessible to divers, swimmers, boaters and paddle-boarders who can view some of the wrecks in shallow, clear water.
Officials say unmanned aircraft could soon begin flying at a Michigan airport as part of a drone research effort.
It’s pretty funny to watch, and it’s also good to see he got right back up.
It’s move that supporters hope will help boost local tourism.
Merit Network, Michigan’s high-speed data provider for the government and nonprofit sector, has established another 10 gigabit-per-second network connection to northeast Lower Michigan and the southern Upper Peninsula.
More than 100 aviation industry, economic development and government officials gathered Thursday in this Lake Huron port and manufacturing city for the kickoff of the Michigan Advanced Aerial Systems Consortium.
Framingham, Mass.-based Ameresco Inc., (NYSE:AMRC), an energy efficiency and renewable energy company, announced today that it has begun work on a $1.6 million Energy Savings Performance Contract with Alpena County in northeastern Lower Michigan.
Verizon Wireless Expanded Its 4G LTE network in four more Michigan counties.
Alpena, hotbed of technology. Who knew? No, seriously. This gritty industrial town — sometimes literally gritty, home to a huge Lafarge Corp. cement plant and a huge wood processing plant that turns wood chips into wood panels — has a ton of cool technology-based economic development going on.
Well, it’s finally arrived. The WWJ Technology Report will be taking its 10th annual Tech Tour on the Michigan road beginning tonight.