So what’s the latest haps for your Tuesday from the wonderful worlds of science and technology? Hang on to your terabytes, here goes…
A week after Superstorm Sandy ravaged the east coast, the world’s largest property restoration company Belfor, based in Birmingham Mich., is hauling truckloads of supplies from Metro Detroit into the disaster zone.
The Southeastern Michigan Red Cross has sent help to the East coast and more could be on the way as downgraded Sandy makes its way inland.
With Hurricane Sandy headed for the East Coast, there are a number of uncertainties in regards to the storm’s impact at the pump.
WWJ Newsradio 950 tech editor Matt Roush speaks with Yan Ness of Ann Arbor’s Online Tech Inc. about how disasters like Hurricane Sandy drive interest in disaster recovery services like his company’s data centers.
The winds of Isaac are being felt at GM’s Renaissance Center headquarters.
We’re getting into the peak of the summer driving season and with the aftermath of Hurricane Irene, there is bound to be some sort of disruption in the gasoline supply chain.
A Novi family is in New York City on vacation and has been there for a few days, making it through Hurricane Irene unscathed.
About 40 people from Jarvis Property Restoration in Harrison Township are heading to the Jersey Shore and other areas along the east coast where Irene has hit.
Local Salvation Army workers could be sent to help with Hurricane Irene cleanup and relief work along the East Coast.