Wireless technology has revolutionized the way we communicate, but now some people say there’s a potential downside. Some people claim Wi-Fi and cellphone signals are making them sick.
The Colorado Economic Development Commission has approved $3 million in state tax credits for Madwire Media of Loveland after the company promised to create about 350 jobs over the next five years.
It soon may be harder to get away from email, Facebook and Twitter — even at a national park.
Ask anyone how their cellphone works and you’ll probably get an earful. Cell companies are constantly working on improving networks, but there are still gaps. And now they’re touting new 4G service. So CBS4’s Alan Gionet wondered, what is 4G?
About 1,000 people rallied at the Capitol to talk about the benefits of learning from home over the Internet.
For folks who stayed home on Black Friday and spurned Cyber Monday, today’s another chance to save some money on holiday gifts.
Comcast is announcing a program aimed at providing low-income families in Colorado with Internet access and laptops at reduced prices.
Anyone with family in Japan has been watching the images all day long on Friday of fire and rubble and flooding. For one Colorado father with a loved one in Tokyo, the ability to communicate over the Internet has been vital.
Craigslist has become the online answer to a garage sale, but selling stuff in cyber-space comes at a much greater risk.
Living as we do in this age of connectivity, we take for granted the ability to connect to the Internet. Fortunately more places than ever are jumping on the Wi-Fi wagon, sharing their signal with those needing to stay in touch 24/7.