Author: WTN News

Oshkosh Truck Corp. and partners Rockwell Collins and the University of Parma, Italy, announced that their robotic truck, TerraMax, qualified late Wednesday to compete in the $2 million DARPA Grand Challenge, a 150-mile race of unmanned vehicles across the Mojave Desert on Saturday. ...

An increasing number of Americans are working away from company offices and using broadband services to help them do their jobs, according to results of a study conducted by a Milwaukee company for ITAC, the Telework Advisory Group for WorldatWork in Scottsdale, Az....

Putman Investments to use Fiserv's Personix Financial Services Technology Consortium to use Fiserv Imagesoft product IMS honored for website ProClip offers new phone, handheld holder HomeMed monitor gains United Kingdom distribution Cognos using Firstlogic program...

Wisconsin residents would lose their ability to send old computers and other household electronics to landfills in the state under legislation proposed by state Sen. Mark Miller of Monona. Miller on Tuesday said he would introduce legislation similar to that he proposed in February, 2004,...

The demise of SkyCable TV in Madison, Wis., is a gain for TDS Telecom, which expects to purchase the defunct company's wireless Internet spectrum as soon as it can get FCC approval. The spectrum extends 35 miles out from a telecommunications tower on Madison's west...

Madison is a wired and unplugged city. Broadband access is easily available. Many businesses offer Internet access as a convenience and creative way to attract customers. However, recent news reports and editorials might lead you to believe that the city is falling behind other municipalities...