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Nintendo is King, But You Wouldn’t Guess That by the Way These Kids React to an Original Gameboy

At one time the Nintendo Gameboy was king, selling over 64 million units. Not so today as proven by these kids' reactions to the handheld system.

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Bad Date? Technology to the Rescue!

New accessory uses technology to help you bail when things get awkward

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Google’s Top Searches Peer into Society’s Mindset

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Death, devices and celebrity drove the quest for more information on Google's search engine this year.

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DSU Gets $5 Million Donation for Info Tech Center

MADISON, S.D. (AP) — Two philanthropists have given Dakota State University $5 million for an information technology center.

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USD, AARP, Good Samaritan Society Help Put iPads in Seniors’ Hands

 

(NPN) Students and faculty from the University of South Dakota School of Health Sciences are collaborating with The Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society and Older Adults Technology Services (OATS) to help older adults combat social isolation through the AARP Foundation’s Connecting to Community pilot program.

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Companies Look to Home-grow US IT Workforce

A small but growing number of public-private endeavors are trying to spark an IT reshoring trend by developing the nation's next generation of tech experts.

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New Technology Grants Available for South Dakota Schools

South Dakota schools can now begin applying for two new kinds of grants approved by this year's Legislature.

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Company to Add 1,000 Tech Jobs in Vermillion

VERMILLION - Gov. Dennis Daugaard is set to announce that 1,000 information technology jobs are coming to South Dakota as part of a growing effort to keep high-tech positions from being shipped overseas.

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Experts say your cellphone can carry germs, but they're mostly of the variety that occur naturally in the environment.
Experts say your cellphone can carry germs, but they're mostly of the variety that occur naturally in the environment.

Germs on Your Cellphone

Okay, I might have creeped you out a while back when I wrote about germs that could be on your office coffee cup. You know, the one you've been meaning to wash.

Well, I saw a story today about germs on cellphones

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Scientists Make Plans for New Experiment in Lead

Scientists have been given the Department of Energy's approval to move forward with plans for a $50 million building that will eventually house a neutrino detector in the western South Dakota town of Lead.

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