Electronic reading devices seem like a modern invention but were originally proposed almost a century ago. Today, e-readers are a $30 billion global industry and coexist peacefully alongside print books. They offer benefits like portability and customizable text, and are environmentally friendly, too.
When accessing the internet with a mobile device like a phone or tablet, you can connect using cellular data or Wi-Fi. In almost all cases, Wi-Fi is the better choice. Read more to learn why!
From its origins in 1948, cable television has overcome many obstacles: tall mountains, government regulations, and fierce competition. By focusing on quality programming and embracing new technology, the industry has overcome considerable adversity and gone on the change everyday life for millions of Americans.
Speed tests are a popular option for measuring how fast data moves across your network. It’s important to understand the different factors that can impact your test results … and steps you can take to boost your score.
Contrary to popular belief, you don’t need fancy equipment or an in-depth knowledge of every button on your camera to take a good photo.
Do you dig summer? The season offers plenty to love, from backyard barbecues to splashing in lakes. It’s also prime time for tackling yard projects. If you take the word literally, call 811 before even picking up a shovel. It’s the law … and your (and your neighbors’) safety depends on it!
Honeybees are South Dakota’s state insect, and they play a big role in our economy. South Dakota ranks second in the nation in honey production thanks to an ideal combination of soil, topography, and climate — translating to a $30 million crop. But honeybees are on the decline and need our help to thrive.
The number of television channels available to today’s consumer is so extensive, it’s hard to believe viewers were once limited to just three networks. Read on to learn how the change occurred.
“There is nothing superior to fiber on the market as it relates to technology performance,” Golden West CEO and General Manager Denny Law said. “Fiber has been a great benefit for rural customers.”
When COVID-19 forced people to put away their passports, many became virtual tourists by slipping on virtual reality headsets. Once the stuff of science fiction, the technology offers real-world escapist entertainment … including traveling to far-flung locations around the globe from the comfort of your living room!