Month: July 2020

Bryant & Stratton College offers new electronic technology program at Parma campus

PARMA, Ohio — America’s skilled labor shortage continues to haunt employers who have the jobs, but lack the trained workforce.

In an effort to bridge the gap, Bryant & Stratton College recently announced the introduction of an electronic technology associate degree to be offered at its Parma campus. The new program prepares students for a variety of cutting-edge STEM-related careers.

Bryant & Stratton College Market Director Paul Wehrum said the curriculum addition has been on the radar for two years.

“The most important factor was the need by different employers in this area for individuals who would develop skills in

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The 6 Best HP Laptops of 2020

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The best HP laptops form a solid trifecta of performance, portability, and price. There are plenty of laptop brands that do more to push the performance envelope, but there are few brands that embody productivity quite like HP.

For productivity tasks, we specifically looked for laptops that have spacious SSDs which allow for faster transfer speeds and have the added benefit of cutting down on boot times. We’re also

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The Virus Changed the Way We Internet

Stuck at home during the coronavirus pandemic, with movie theaters closed and no restaurants to dine in, Americans have been spending more of their lives online.

But a New York Times analysis of internet usage in the United States from SimilarWeb and Apptopia, two online data providers, reveals that our behaviors shifted, sometimes starkly, as the virus spread and pushed us to our devices for work, play and connecting.

We are looking to connect and entertain ourselves, but are turning away from our phones






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First U.S. Covid-19 death

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First U.S. Covid-19 death

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Best processor 2020: the best CPUs from Intel and AMD

Now’s the time to invest in one of the best processors on the market. With Intel and AMD locked in a fiery competition, the CPU market is teeming with impressive chips. AMD is preparing to roll out its  Ryzen 4000 desktop processors, and Intel has just released its Comet Lake-S chips, saturating the market with excellent options touting the most competitive prices we’ve seen to date.

And, if you want a powerful PC, one of the best processors is simply the way to go. The faster and more powerful your CPU is, the better your computer’s performance and power

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Mid-State Technical College breaks ground on new technology building | News

STEVENS POINT, WI (WSAU-WAOW) –  Mid-State Technical College broke ground on its new Advanced Manufacturing, Engineering, Technology and Apprenticeship Center. 

Right now what appears to be a vacant dirt lot in Stevens Point will soon be the location of a new state of the art facility. The land was donated by Wayne Bushman, a well-knwon entrepreneur in the Stevens Point area.

The center will offer top notch training to filter students directly into the workforce with features such as state of the art laboratories and equipment. City officials say this will create a

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