A battery manufacturer based in Joplin, Missouri, has selected Rapid City as the site for its new 600,000-square-foot gigafactory that eventually could create as many as 1,500 jobs.
There's a long list of potential feature changes under the hood, including a faster processor, improved camera capabilities and better battery life. Learn more here.
Two Rapid City business owners will bring their Omaha-based business to the Black Hills.
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The spokesman added Trump's return will be with "his own platform" that will attract "tens of millions" of new users and "completely redefine the game."
Phase Technologies is settling into its new home on Disk Drive in its 22nd year of business.
President Donald Trump shattered conventions when he took office. Stacker looks at how America is not the same four years later.
Nick Hutchinson and Ed Valdez brainstorm ideas for Hutchinson Car Audio in a 400-square-foot space above their workshop with plain walls save for two whiteboards filled with questions to answer and ideas to pursue.
Google's services were down Monday in a massive outage that prevented many people from watching YouTube videos, accessing their Google Docs or sending email on Gmail.
Japanese robot ‘Robovie’ has been developed to ask shop customers to wear face masks and socially distance, as well as guiding them around the shop.
Rob Hrabe knew VRC Metal Systems was in the running for Veteran-owned Small Business of the Year, but was surprised when they were given the award.
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The resurgence of vinyl records never happened in my house, simply because they never left. If the comeback hasn’t reached your world, the Crosley’s Mini Cruiser and RSD3 turntables are a great way to start.
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Facebook-owned Instagram has launched Reels, a product that is nearly a carbon copy of TikTok, in the US and more than 50 other countries.
Though it won’t replace 4G in its entirety, 5G works incredibly fast, and many industries will benefit from the new network, including self-driving cars, drones and the internet of things.
See how much the tech press showers attention on the top five companies: Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, Google, while Microsoft gets the cold shoulder.
The dual-screen foldable phone won't be available for awhile (the 2020 holiday season), but you can get the new Surface Earbuds later this year.
For three decades, David Placek's company has been hired by the likes of Intel, Apple, Procter & Gamble and Coca-Cola to help name hundreds of products and launch corporate rebranding campaigns.
First there was Bendgate. Now there is ... Foldgate?