People ready to learn about digital developments listened to a number of expert speakers at the third annual Trendigital Summit on Friday.
A bill that would set new rules for the Internet appears to be stalling on Capitol Hill.
If you are a Verizon customer you could save up to $120 a year.
Anthem is still trying to get a handle on the extent of the latest cyber attack that could affect as many as 80 million people.
With the advent of YouTube and social media, advertisers are no longer waiting for the Super Bowl to release their commercials.
Daktonics has scoreboards in stadiums around the world. And on Sunday, the Brookings-based business will be in living rooms across the country.
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U.S. Senator John Thune brought the gavel down Wednesday on his very first meeting as chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee.
The president is saying more people in the country need access to better internet.
The net neutrality debate has a KELOLAND connection. This week, the Senate committee chaired by Senator John Thune will discuss the issue. The panel will also hear from the head of a South Dakota-based internet provider.
A South Dakota company is installing a new, bigger video screen at the stadium where the New York Mets play.
President Barack Obama says high-speed broadband is not a luxury but a necessity.
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