Author: WTN News

Madison, Wis. -- For the last few weeks journalists and industry forecasters have flooded magazines and Web sites with predictions of the big technological breakthrough for 2004. Many people wonder: Is there actually a way for knowledgeable consumers to predict the next big thing? ...

Madison, Wis. – Alfalight, Inc. announced the availability of a 20-watt combined power module (CPM-20) today, a multimode output beam that combines seven high-power emitter outputs. The new combination provides an optical power source designed to be used in industrial, marking, defense, telecommunications and medical...

Though the news from last week’s H&Q conference in San Francisco is still seeping out (even though press releases were rampant, no “breaking news” made the Wall Street Journal), the overall sentiment from the meeting seems to be one of optimism. ...

MILWAUKEE- ARI, a Wisconsin-based developer of e-Catalog business solutions that connect equipment manufacturers with their service and distribution networks, announced it has expanded its software licensing relationship with Ohio-based MTD Consumer Group, a manufacturer of products for the lawn and garden power equipment industry. MTD...

Madison, Wis. – Rayovac Corp., a force in the Madison economy since 1906 will be moving its corporate headquarters to an Atlanta, Ga. suburb in May....

MADISON, Wis.- Bruker AXS, a Wisconsin-based division of Bruker BioSciences has launched a new series of X-ray diffraction (XRD) systems for materials research applications, named SuperSpeedSolutions. The products are based on Bruker’s MikroGap technology that enables X-ray diffraction to go beyond current limitations in terms...