Trends, products and advances
Baker College is providing its students with a new learning modality option called Online Live beginning fall 2021.
A Lansing-based internet service provider with nearly two decades of experience is making it presence felt in West Michigan.
As the COVID-19 vaccine sees further widespread adoption, companies are actively rolling out return-to-office plans.
Consumers Energy is offering more electric vehicle rebates in a new program to help businesses statewide transition to carbon-free electric vehicles.
Samaritas announced a partnership with Netherlands-based 1Minuut to introduce assisted reality to care for older adults with dementia.
The Ottawa County Data Collection Steering Committee was tasked with the collection of countywide internet-accessibility information that will be used to inform decision-making to effectively increase access to reliable and affordable internet.
Whirlpool Corporation is enhancing its voice-command capabilities as a launch collaborator for Google Assistant voice notifications, a new functionality available through Google’s intelligent personal assistant software.
Start Garden has made its presence felt in this region’s business community ever since it was founded nine years ago by Rick DeVos.
As COVID-19-related shutdowns force businesses to pivot toward remote work, the kind of network they are running on becomes a critical — but often overlooked — component of the switch.
Comcast announced the opening of its first Wi-Fi-connected Lift Zone in Grand Rapids at the Hispanic Center of Western Michigan.
A Delton Kellogg High School senior was one of 100 students in the country to receive a $40,000 scholarship to continue studying computer science in college this fall.
DEARBORN — Ford says it is starting to send out over-the-internet software updates to some of its newer models as it moves to offer technology to match electric car maker Tesla.
The Indian Trails Bus Tracker is now available for free download on Apple and Android smartphones.
MCPc, a Cleveland-based technology logistics and data security company, is moving to Madison Square.
The Michigan Aerospace Manufacturers Association this week received the first in a series of investments that will enable the state to take a leadership role in developing 5G Space-Enabled Communications for Advanced Mobility, or SECAM, for commercial and government users.
A global company many years ago began designing in Muskegon special application bearings for missions in space, and its work can be found today on the Perseverance Mars Rover that’s currently collecting samples on the red planet.
Mobile Defenders soon will break ground on a $7.5 million, 95,000-square-foot industrial building.
X-Rite and Pantone rolled out an updated inline spectrophotometer designed to meet the needs of the paper industry.
Kent County Treasurer Peter MacGregor is launching a new online platform to provide residents with greater access to contactless services.
A startup company that created a video screening tool for job seekers and recruiters has hired its first president.
Spectrum Health and Medtronic plc entered an agreement with the goal of improving outcomes for Spectrum Health patients while reducing the cost of care.
A new talent attraction video series will show off Grand Rapids as a place that has it all.
A full year after being separated from their loved ones by COVID-19 and the state’s stay-at-home orders, Samaritas’ senior residents once again are able to see friends and family in-person, and it’s been a long time coming for both residents and staff members.
The owner of a local animation studio is putting a utilitarian twist on Monopoly.
West Michigan’s medical professionals agree, despite warnings of more COVID-19 cases, the vaccines are working and are necessary to help the region and the country come out of the pandemic.