Verb Technology Co. Inc., an interactive video-based sales enablement application firm based in American Fork, Utah, announced it has entered a multi-year partnership with the Detroit Pistons to deploy its suite of solutions to drive ticket and merchandise sales by engaging with fans through interactive and shoppable digital content.
The Biden Administration has announced that Native tribes across the United States will receive grants to extend internet access.
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Yesterday, U.S. Secretary of Energy Jennifer M. Granholm traveled to Michigan to highlight the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law’s investments in domestic manufacturing to accelerate the clean energy transition and meet President Biden’s climate goals.
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer met with experts to look for new solutions to make sure drivers slow down in construction zones and keep workers safe.
Livegistics just gained $6 million in seed funding to help the Black-owned technology firm expand its operations and gain new customers.
Blumira, an Ann Arbor-based cybersecurity provider, now offers the only free, self-service cloud security information and event management (SIEM) for Microsoft 365.
StradVision, an AI-based vision processing technology company for autonomous vehicles and advanced driver assistance with its U.S. headquarters in Sterling Heights, announced that ZF, a technology company with its U.S. headquarters in Livonia, has acquired a 6 percent stake in the company.
Next spring, the nation’s first mile of public road that can charge electric vehicles as they drive over it will go online in Detroit.
It is estimated that roughly 35 percent of households in the city of Detroit do not have a broadband internet subscription. The obstacle isn’t internet access — a common misconception. High-speed broadband service is available across virtually every corner of the city. In fact, Detroit residents have access to the same robust and reliable gigabit speeds that are available in neighboring suburbs.