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4 Things You Need To Know About YouTube TV

It is no secret that you can save money by cutting the cord, a.k.a. getting rid of your cable or satellite TV. One of the biggest reasons most people don't do it sooner is because they don't want to give up their local news channels. You don't have to. Not with switching to YouTube TV! (Read More)

WHAT IS SYMMETRICAL INTERNET?

Symmetrical Internet refers to your download and uploads Internet speed, which can vary depending on your Internet plan. But first, let's take a look at what symmetry means. 

According to Google and Oxford Languages, Symmetrical is ‘made up of exactly similar parts facing each other or around an axis.’ 

Some great examples of symmetrical objects around us in everyday life are a pair of glasses, a butterfly, your reflection in a mirror, identical twins. (Read More)


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We live in a picture driven society. Everything we do gets shared on social media via our phone. So why not have the best camera phone that uses comparable DSLR quality software. With Apple's new iPhone 11, you can capture stunning food pics, professional-level selfies, jealous-worthy travel photos to share on Instagram - all thanks to computational photography.

Computational photography (that's a mouth-full) is the new battleground for digital camera photography. It's nothing new. Its been around since the 1970s. But since then, lenses and sensors continue to improve. The most significant development has been in software, such as Apple's Deep Fusion release found in the new iPhone 11. (Read More)

Collaboration, Commitment, and Connectivity

The 15 member organizations that form BAND have laid over 40,000 miles of fiber across the state, changing the lives of folks across North Dakota. But if you ask the people doing the work, they’ll tell you that they’re just doing what North Dakotans have always done: working hard, supporting one another, and pioneering new solutions to meet the needs of their neighbors. (Read More)

KEEPING STUDENTS CONNECTED DURING COVID-19

HOW BAND AND DCN GUARANTEED BROADBAND ACCESS FOR 99.8 PERCENT OF NORTH DAKOTA STUDENTS DURING THE PANDEMIC

It was still early in the COVID-19 pandemic when Governor Doug Burgum and Superintendent of Public Instruction Kirsten Baesler called the first press conference.

As of that Friday, March 13th, North Dakota only had one confirmed case of the novel coronavirus. Baesler and Burgum announced that schools would remain open, and provided administrators with guidelines to make the best decisions for their individual districts. (Read More)

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