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Technology - 01.27.2014

Web weavers

Website links LGBT users with resources in the business community and the government

Woven is a start-up company that aims to fulfill a unique function in our democracy. It allows Americans who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender to access critical legal and financial information from professionals.
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Technology - 01.02.2014

News flash

History Center works to digitize WKY news footage from the 1950s to the 1970s and finds JFK and Elvis along the way

Corey Ayers spends most of his days at work watching films. Read more
 
Technology - 11.27.2013

Linked in

Oklahoma company gets $8.5 million in federal dollars to bring wireless technology to underserved rural areas

Boldly going where no modem has ever gone before. That’s the slogan for Sam Curtis, CEO and managing member of @AtLink Services.

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Technology - 10.29.2013

Apple picks

With introduction of two iPhone models, consumers have choices in color, price and features

Apple introduced two new versions of its popular iPhone in September as customers hankering to upgrade, and even those new to the phone, had, for the first time, the option of the latest and greatest and also the recently latest and greatest in slightly different packaging. Read more
 
Technology - 07.24.2013

Unplugged in

Local businesses increasingly use smartphones and tablets to place orders, process payments and conduct daily duties

Within the last five years, use of smartphone and tablet technology in small businesses has exploded. Businesses in Oklahoma City have embraced this explosion and are using it to their advantage in new and often surprising ways. Read more
 
Technology - 06.27.2013

AT&T plans OKC job growth

AT&T will add 100 management positions in Oklahoma City over the next year. Bryan Gonterman, president of AT&T Oklahoma, said 25 positions have already been filled, and about 76 of the new employees will be in place by the end of the year. Read more
 
Technology - 06.21.2013

Laugh radio

Radio station entertains with all-comedy format

Round-the-clock comedy on Oklahoma City radio? It’s the new format for 1560 AM KEBC. Read more
 
Technology - 06.21.2013

Insurance ID

After recent tornadoes, insurance industry uses technology to find, help its customers

John Wiscaver knows all too well what an area looks like after being hit by a large tornado. When an EF5 tornado tore through Moore in 1999, and again in 2003, he was on the ground to help those affected file insurance claims to put their lives back together. Read more
 
Technology - 05.30.2013

Social settings

Company leverages social media for businesses

Vernon Millspaugh had a problem. Read more
 
Technology - 05.30.2013

Call it in

Oklahoma City company keeps independent pharmacies refilled with technology

When the major pharmacy chains in America unveiled their ability to accept e-prescriptions from doctors, Thrifty Pharmacy was matching them. Read more
 
Technology - 05.30.2013

Tech check

Departing with some disposable income? Consider these high-tech toys and tools Read more
 
Technology - 04.12.2013

UCO research student headed to D.C

A University of Central Oklahoma computer science student is headed to the nation’s capitol to meet with members of congress and scientists to present his research on wheelchair maneuverability. Read more
 
Technology - 03.25.2013

Kickstarting a venture

Individuals turn to online fundraising platform to get their projects off the ground

GoldFire Studios in Oklahoma City develops games for the web, and its new concept, CasinoRPG, is a community-based game and an ambitious departure for the company from its other titles. Read more
 
Technology - 03.07.2013

Cox Business awards technology package to local business

In a nod to the ABC reality television show Shark Tank, eight entrepreneurial teams in Oklahoma City went before a panel of business leaders March 5 to pitch their plans and ideas for a chance at a $5,000 technology package from Cox Business. Read more
 
Technology - 02.21.2013

Smooth sailing

As Oklahoma City updates intersections and stoplights, those driving on corridors hit more green lights

Traffic lights and intersections in Oklahoma City are getting smarter.

While no stoplight hit the books and gained an education on its own, a bond issue is funding upgrades that coordinate lights to work in harmony and to create corridors for moving traffic more quickly.

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