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Volvo is taking advantage of the undeveloped market for electric cars, which promises to grow significantly in coming years

Volvo to phase out conventional engines by 2019

FRANKFURT, GERMANY- On Wednesday, Volvo Cars announced that it will be phasing out conventional engines by 2019. All cars released from 2019 will be...
Starship Technologies Grocery Delivery Rover. Photo Credit Mart Rootamm (CC-BY-SA)

Walker signs bill to allow delivery by robots

MADISON- Governor Walker signed a bill on Thursday which allows delivery robots to operate on sidewalks and crosswalks. This bill makes Wisconsin the third...
Drone with digital camera over a sunset

UW-Madison pilots course on drones

MADISON- Usage of unmanned aircraft, or drones, have taken off in the past few years. UW-Madson, capitalizing on the trend, is offering a course on...
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Contract between Epic and VA stays in place

VERONA- Epic Systems, a healthcare technology company based in Verona, will maintain its current contract with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. David Shulkin, the...
Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook, at 37th G8 Summit

Facebook pledges to be ‘hostile environment for terrorists’

LONDON- Soon after the London Bridge attacks on Saturday, Facebook responded with a pledge to make anti-terrorism efforts through its platform. Prime Minister Theresa May,...

Milwaukee ranked in Top 15 cities for Women in Tech

Milwaukee was recently named the 14th best city for "Women in Technology." The rating comes from a study by SmartAsset. It ranks cities based on the...

New research at MSOE impacts worldwide technology

MILWAUKEE - A small university in Milwaukee is currently conducting research that move technologies across the region and the world. The Fluid Power Institute at Milwaukee...

Planned Parenthood encourages digital users to “PinkOut”

MADISON - Today, Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin supporters are joining with people across the country to show their defiance against the relentless attacks on Planned...

Milwaukee kicks off IT training program for residents

MILWAUKEE - The first class of eager students began information technology (IT) training through Employ Milwaukee's TechHire IT training program. The initiative is supported...
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