NEW YORK (AP) — What killed Comcast's $45 billion bid for Time Warner Cable? Regulators' desire to protect the Internet video industry that is reshaping TV.
Within the cozy confines of Champaign and Urbana you bask in Internet options. Beyond almighty Comcast, there's AT&T, and ITV-3, operator of the Big Broadband project, as well as Volo in some sections of town. One step outside of city limits and you're lucky for any broadband.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — The SpaceX supply ship arrived at the International Space Station on Friday, delivering the world's first espresso machine designed exclusively for astronauts.
Sometimes recycling perfectly good but no longer needed electronics that are cluttering the closet, basement or garage breaks your heart.
Well-known genealogist and speaker Loretto Dennis ("Lou") Szucs has officially retired from her top position at Ancestry "to spend more time with her family." Also well-known for her many books, including "The Source: A Guidebook of American Genealogy," she has been a longtime member of the Illinois State Genealogical Society, has held various positions in several genealogical societies for the
Radio is dead! Long live radio! Thousands of radio stations populate the Internet from the Antilles to Zambia. If you prefer local stations, they usually sound better online than over-the-air. Listening to Internet radio once required a computer, or more recently your smartphone or tablet. Now you finally can enjoy Internet radio the same way you enjoy conventional radio.
Noted genealogical researcher and author, Megan Smolenyak, has been awarding grants for genealogy-related projects for almost 15 years. (Next month, May 2015, will mark her 15th year.) Initially called Honoring Our Ancestors, but more recently named after her mother, Seton Shields, her grants have totaled 182.
MONTICELLO — A fax server that would take advantage of Piatt County government's new phone system would cost around $4,000 to install, but could pay for itself in less than a year through reduced phone line charges.
A new state program designed to give minority businesses easier access to millions of dollars' worth of information technology contracts is being used for the first time by the University of Illinois.