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ND trade mission to Israel first of its kind

FARGO -- A group of North Dakotans recently returned from a trade mission that was the first of its kind.

ND trade mission to Israel first of its kind

FARGO -- A group of North Dakotans recently returned from a trade mission that was the first of its kind.

Group for municipals outside Twin Cities asks legislators to give them more funding

EAST GRAND FORKS, Minn. -- With the upcoming Minnesota legislative session less than a month away, lobbyists are calling on legislators to act on a number of issues cities outside the Twin Cities area face.

Faster broadband suggested as some rural areas remain behind

Faster broadband suggested as some rural areas remain behind

ST. PAUL -- A Minnesota broadband task force recommends increasing state Internet speed guidelines even as many rural Minnesotans lack service at current, slower standards.

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Fargo company offers streaming video services

Fargo company offers streaming video services

FARGO — Brian Bestge believes the future of online video is live content. Consider the popularity of Periscope, a live video streaming app available to anyone with an Android or iOS device. Or Twitch, a popular platform that live-streams its members playing video games.

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Fargodome OKs $9.5 million for new video boards

FARGO--The Fargodome is committed to spending $9.5 million on new video boards at the arena.

Nearly 300,000 owners register drones

Almost 300,000 owners of small unmanned aircraft registered their devices with the Federal Aviation Administration in the first 30 days of its online registration system going live.

Minnesota legislation seeks to keep electronic data private

Minnesota legislation seeks to keep electronic data private

ST. PAUL -- Students' iPads and other technology devices may provide personal data that companies can use to target advertising at the youth.

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Customs agents seize counterfeit hoverboards at Ranier border crossing

INTERNATIONAL FALLS, Minn. -- U.S. Customs and Border Protection confiscated more than $600,000 in counterfeit merchandise -- including more than 1,600 hoverboards -- from a rail container at the Ranier border crossing on the Minnesota-Canadian border earlier this month.

Sentera official: 45,000 farmers get drones

An estimated 45,000 farmers across the United States received a drone or unmanned aerial system for Christmas, according to Kris Poulson, vice president of agriculture for Sentera.

Tech startup wants to kid-proof your smartphone

ST. PAUL -- St. Paul native Matthew Mogol has seen modest success with his retail computer accessory, a Kid Lid laptop cover that lets children use notebooks without wrecking the machines or their data contents.

North Dakota spends millions on unmanned aircraft industry hoping for economic payout

GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- For years the ground has provided the oil and crops that have fueled North Dakota's economy, but bets have been placed on an airborne industry joining those staples.

CoSchedule founders create an editorial calendar for scheduling blog and social media posts

CoSchedule founders create an editorial calendar for scheduling blog and social media posts

FARGO—Thanks to Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and other social media sites, there have never been more avenues for bloggers and marketing teams to promote their content. That's the good news.

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Midcontinent Communications shortens name to Midco

FARGO — Midcontinent Communications has officially shortened its name to Midco in a move that took effect Tuesday.

Airport makes Williston a caution zone for drones

WILLISTON, N.D. — If you’re planning to fly a drone in the Williston city limits, your first call had better be to airport manager Steven Kjergaard.

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