Posts Tagged ‘technology’

ALAN TURNER: Egburt and the ‘Internet of Things’

In a recent meeting with Ravi Raju, Chief Marketing Officer at Camgian Microsystems out of Starkville, we were introduced to Egburt and the Internet of Things. Just what IS the Internet of Things? we asked. “Well, it’s really the next generation of the Internet,” he explained. He suggested that in certain ways, “the Internet has […] [...]

(UPDATE) Judge rules on Google request on attorney general inquiry

by Published: March 2,2015

Tags: Business, Google, Jim Hood, Mississippi, NEWS, technology

JACKSON — Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood’s attempt to investigate Google is on hold for at least four more months. U.S. District Judge Henry T. Wingate on Monday granted Google’s request for a preliminary injunction. The order prevents Hood from going through with a subpoena meant to examine whether Google is facilitating others’ illegal activities […] [...]

Attorneys general, others, support Google investigation

by Published: February 9,2015

Tags: Business, Google, Jim Hood, law, Mississippi, NEWS, technology

JACKSON — With representatives of the electronics industry saying Mississippi’s attempt to investigate Google should be blocked by federal law, some state attorneys general and other groups are taking the opposite position. They say Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood has the power to examine Google’s behavior, and should be allowed to collect evidence from the […] [...]

(VIDEO) DON GLIDEWELL — The threat of cyber crime to businesses is real

  If you think that cyber crime isn’t a threat to your business, think again.  The topic came into the mainstream during the holidays with the cyber attack on Sony Pictures.  If you are a business owner or someone who is responsible for data security at your company, it would be wise to take note […] [...]

NASA test SLS rocket engine

by Published: January 12,2015

Tags: Business, Mars, Mississippi, NASA, NEWS, RS-25, technology

BAY ST. LOUIS — NASA has successfully tested the rocket engine that may one day power men to Mars. The test was conducted Friday at the Stennis Space Center in Hancock County. Steve Wofford, with the SLS Liquid Engines Office at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, says the RS-25 was fired for […] [...]

Ex-officer loses suit over firing over Facebook

GREENVILLE — A federal appeals court has upheld the firing of a Greenville police officer who alleged she was dismissed over comments posted on a social networking site. Former Sgt. Susan Graziosi was fired in 2012 after posting criticism on Facebook about Police Chief Freddie Cannon’s decision not to send department representatives to the funeral […] [...]

SENSING GROWTH — Tupelo technolgy firm expanding in military, weather, industry fields

by Published: January 9,2015

Tags: Business, Hyperion, mews, Mississippi, technology, Tupelo

“I see nothing but positive growth for us. We could be four or five times larger in five years,” he said. “In 2014, our volume of work doubled and we hired five new employees. A lot of our growth in the next five years depends on what’s going on in the world. Someone comes to […] [...]

Coming soon: 200 Wi-Fi hotspots around Metro Jackson

by Published: December 12,2014

Tags: Business, Comcast, Mississippi, NEWS, technology

Here’s yet another reason not to leave home without your mobile device: Comcast is setting up a half dozen outdoor Wi-Fi hotspots in Jackson area parks and town squares this month as part of a cyber connection effort that will create 200 access points in public spaces throughout the metro region the first three months […] [...]

Ridgeland first Mississippi city to qualify five areas for new fiber plan

by Published: December 11,2014

Tags: Business, C Spire, Mississippi, NEWS, technology

RIDGELAND — C Spire announced today that homeowner pre-registration exceeded the required threshold in a fifth area of the city of Ridgeland this week – helping it qualify for the company’s ultra-fast 1 Gbps (Gigabit per second) Fiber to the Home Internet service and related super HD TV and home phone services. Ridgeland’s Ann Smith fiberhood, […] [...]

Hunting deer? There’s an app for that

STARKVILLE — Deer hunters can take wildlife biologists’ expertise with them to the woods this season by downloading free apps from Mississippi State University. Three smartphone apps were developed by experts with the MSU Deer Lab, a collaborative effort of the MSU Extension Service and MSU Forest and Wildlife Research Center. “We tried to address […] [...]

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