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This Day In History, November 29th, 2021 – “A Chimp In Space”

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It was just 60 years ago today, November 29, 1961, when the first ever Chimpanzee blasted off into the great unknown of space.

ARIZONA TECHNOLOGY COUNCIL, PARTNERSHIP FOR ECONOMIC INNOVATION AND PIPELINE AZ COLLABORATE TO SOLVE ARIZONA’S TECH-TALENT SHORTAGE signals az

Arizona Technology Council, Partnership for Economic Innovation and Pipeline AZ Collaborate to Solve Arizona’s Tech-Talent Shortage

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The Arizona Technology Council, in collaboration with Pipeline AZ and the Partnership for Economic Innovation, today launched the Arizona IT/Cyber Career Network, a scalable, online platform that connects employers with technology talent in the state’s IT and cybersecurity sector.

Exro Announces U.S. Headquarters in Mesa, Arizona and Joins Robust E-Mobility R&D Network in the Greater Phoenix Area signals az

Exro Announces U.S. Headquarters in Mesa, Arizona and Joins Robust E-Mobility R&D Network in the Greater Phoenix Area

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Exro Technologies Inc. (TSX: EXRO, OTCQB: EXROF) (the “Company” or “Exro”), a leading clean technology company that has developed a new class of power electronics for electric motors and batteries, today announced the location of its U.S. headquarters in Mesa, Arizona.

Facebook Prioritizes Sustainability with New Data Center in Mesa signals az

Facebook Prioritizes Sustainability with New Data Center in Mesa

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The data center will be Facebook's first in Arizona, representing an $800 million investment

Facebook announced today plans to build the Facebook Mesa Data Center, a 960,000 square-foot facility that will be the company’s first data center in Arizona. Along with a projected $800 million investment, the project is expected to support approximately 100 operational jobs and up to 1,500 construction jobs at peak.

Five Reasons to Replace Your Old Computer

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Older computers are at risk of being hacked. In fact, according to a report by Security Magazine, there is a hacker attack every 39 seconds, affecting one in three Americans every year.  Computers running older software are usually at greater risk of security problems because the longer a particular piece of software is out, the longer hackers have to discover and exploit its flaws.

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Intel Announces $20 Billion Expansion in Arizona, Creating 3,000 New High-Tech, High-Wage Jobs

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Intel announced a substantial expansion of its Chandler, Arizona-based manufacturing capacity with a $20 billion investment – the largest private sector investment in state history. The expansion will see the construction of two new semiconductor fabrication facilities, or fabs, which will produce advanced semiconductor chips used in modern electronics.

Prescott Tech Company to Help Norwegian Tech Enter U.S. Market

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Remote Tech Flourishing in Prescott, Arizona's Lifestyle

Eightfold Technology, a web development company based in Prescott, AZ, has taken on an innovative Norwegian tech startup company as a new client. Eightfold will be assisting Steer Automation Solutions (Steer) with digital public relations, marketing communications and marketing awareness services to help Steer enter and compete in the U.S. construction market. Steer supplies advanced autonomous and remote control solutions […]

Breaking Free from Information Overload

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The world has seen pandemics before, but COVID-19 has introduced a new set of challenges unique to the digital age–-information overload. Information overload is a real phenomenon where people have unlimited, instant access to related, but unauthenticated information.

Northern Arizona Technology Alliance Holds Its First Open Forum In Prescott

Topics Centered Around The Future Of Technology In The Local Area

Downtown Prescott, Arizona on Friday the 13th, overlooking the creek and eating the best tapas in town, the Northern Arizona Technology Alliance (NATA) had their first open forum. More than 50 techies from across the area connected at Eightfold Technology’s office suite to discuss the future of technology in the area. NATA is here to recruit, educate, develop, and retain […]

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Resa Could Be the Rise of Prescott’s Tech Economy

3D Printing & Custom Orthotics Could be the Clean Industry Prescott is Seeking

Native Prescott resident Glen Hinshaw is the CEO of Resa, a company that makes custom-made orthotics using 3D Printers and could dramatically change Prescott’s economy within just a few years. “There is no reason that Prescott couldn’t find itself dealing with a multi-million dollar company needing thousands of jobs and people buying homes and raising their families in a very […]