Author: WTN News

High-tech advancements can get techies into ballgame, too As the manufacturing sector struggles to recover from its two-year-long nightmare, recent or soon-to-be college grads may view a career in building things a bit gauche....

Low-cost Internet routers are the source of problem Madison, WI- Over 2,200 computers on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus were infected with the latest e-mail virus last week. At the same time, it was revealed that beginning in May 2003, UW-Madison discovered that it was the...

Madison, WI— ConjuGon, a Madison-based biotechnology company determined to solve the global antibiotic resistance problem, has been awarded a $250,000 Technology Development Fund Loan (TDF) from The Wisconsin Department of Commerce....

MADISON, WI - Information technology analysts, consultants and executives are reporting that there are early indications that IT spending will increase in the second half of 2003, which provides the necessary first steps for a turnaround in IT spending for 2004....

Would you like some fries with your Internet connection? MADISON, WI - McDonald’s restaurants recently began installing wireless fidelity (Wi-Fi) Internet connections in five Milwaukee locations as part of a six-month pilot program. These Milwaukee locations join select McDonald's restaurants in the San Francisco Bay Area,...

MADISON – The only thing standing between Wisconsin and a blackout as widespread as last week’s Northeast power outage is our still-sluggish economy. If more people were working and businesses were operating near peak capacity, as they were in the late 1990s, Wisconsin’s overtaxed transmission...

It took thirteen years for the federally funded Human Genome Project to fully identify all 30,000 genes in human DNA. Now comes the challenge of analyzing and making sense of all the data that was generated from the lengthy study....