Behold the annual ritual powering up of the crystal ball, which now is flexible.
Thanks to Corning's new Willow Glass, future electronic products slim down while gaining flexibility.
CHAMPAIGN — The Chapter 11 bankruptcy filings by video game studio Volition Inc. and its parent company, THQ Inc., show dozens of local creditors — but none among THQ's 40 largest unsecured claims.
The big turbines are now turning in Champaign and Vermilion counties.
After months of construction, Chicago-based Invenergy announced on Wednesday that the California Ridge Wind Farm is up and running. The project saw around 30 turbines placed in northeastern Champaign County and 104 more in Vermilion County.
URBANA — A box full of desk phones lies unwanted inside the University of Illinois surplus property warehouse, the remnants of a bygone era in campus communications.
They're among the roughly 12,000 telephones removed when the campus switched to a voice-over-Internet phone service earlier this year, part of a new Unified Communications system.
TILTON — A Vermilion County business owner is adding solar technology to the Super Wash car washes in Tilton, Catlin and Georgetown.
Richard Nevels, the Super Wash franchisee for those locations, is adding a solar voltaic system to the Tilton car wash and installing solar voltaic and solar thermal systems to the Catlin and Georgetown locations.
A few weeks ago, we attempted to help a family recover TV shows from a DVR after that family changed satellite providers. I made some general comments along with suggesting the person could remove the hard drive and install it in a standard PC. A reader with more experience than I have with this clarified:
CHAMPAIGN — Employees of the Volition video-game studio in Champaign are expected to continue work as normal following the Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing of Volition and the studio's parent company, THQ Inc.
DANVILLE — Danville Area Community College trustees on Tuesday will take the final step in issuing $1 million in general obligation community college bonds.
The money will be used to upgrade technology and purchase equipment to provide state-of-the-art capital resources in classrooms and offices across the classroom, purchases that have been put off due to lack of available funds.
CHAMPAIGN — High-tech companies adapt quickly to changing markets. Government agencies don't, especially when two city councils and a university board of trustees are trying to coordinate.
UC2B officials are still awaiting word on whether an investor named Gigabit Squared plans to pay for a massive build-out of the Big Broadband network from the grant-funded area to the rest of the community.
Officials say they plan on communicating with the more than 500 people in Champaign-Urbana and Savoy who committed $381,800 toward the effort to entice the company to build here.