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  • July 1, 2014 How Will You Celebrate the Fourth of July? It’s the day – and weekend – for parades, barbecues, picnics and fireworks. Maybe you’ll gather your family clan together for a reunion, or maybe you’ll grab the sunblock and hit the beach....
  • June 11, 2014 If Only Betsy Ross Had a Sewing Machine before Flag Day In May 1776 three representatives from a secret committee of the Continental Congress showed up at Betsy Ross’ upholstery shop. Betsy was able to hand sew the newly-designed flag for a new nation in advance of the signing of the Declaration of Independence in July....
  • June 4, 2014 Converting the Country's Highway System into a Solar System With the passing of the Memorial Day holiday, summer travel is officially begun.  Many Americans will be hitting the highways as they’ve done for generations since the creation of the United States highway system....
  • May 23, 2014 Remember the Wounded, Not Just the Fallen As we prepare to celebrate Memorial Day, we will be reminded of all of those that have given their lives in service to our country. Volunteers will place flags on headstones at Arlington National Cemetery and at cemeteries around the country....
  • April 4, 2014 March Madness – Satellite Radio is One Way to Keep Tabs on Your Bracket Selections! Are you one of the millions of Americans to fill out your bracket predicting winners of 67 NCAA games? Maybe you have money riding on your favorite schools? If that’s the case, you want to know what’s going during the entire tournament -- so you’re probably glued to your TV this month....
  • March 28, 2014 Radar Gun Used at Spring Training Helps Decide Pitchers’ Fates Some Yankees fans are concerned about CC Sabathia’s fastball this year at spring training. He’s been clocked at 86-87 mph -- and has failed to hit the 90 mph mark yet. The problem is comparing his fastball velocity this year with last spring; most of his fastball pitches in 2013 came in at an average of 89....
  • March 17, 2014 Keystone's President Troy David Interviews on Wireless Design and Development's Hotseat Program Keystone Electronics Corporation president, Troy David was a recent guest on Wireless Design and Development’s Hotseat program. During his interview, Mr. David discussed several topics including the introduction of the company’s latest line of enclosure coin cell contacts....
  • January 31, 2014 81,000 Connected Fans: How and Why the Super Bowl Will Be Seamlessly Wireless The Super Bowl is one of the most highly watched and eagerly anticipated events in the nation, and in the world of sports—and this year will be no exception. 81,000 fans will pour into MetLife Stadium to watch the athletes and entertainers do what they do best, and millions upon millions around the world will watch the spectacle unfold....
  • January 13, 2014 Protecting Against Alcohol Impaired Drivers Many holidays and events are marked by a festive evening full of celebratory food and drink. And with these holidays, they are often associated with high incidents of drunk driving; This past New Year’s Eve is one of the highest for drunk driving, second only to Thanksgiving....
  • December 28, 2013 Where’s There’s Smoke… The New Year is always a great time to reassess various elements in our lives.  Everything from health to money is pondered as the clock strikes midnight on January 1st.  One detail that many include in their “things to do” list for the New Year is to replace their batteries in their household smoke and carbon dioxide alarm detectors....