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Hulu Dropping Free Video As It Prepares Cable TV Alternative

By Tali Arbel NEW YORK (AP) — Hulu is dropping the free TV episodes that it was initially known for as it works on an online television service to rival cable TV. Free episodes — typically the most recent four or five episodes from a show’s current season — will be gone from the site. […]

Pasternack Introduces a Brand New Product Line of Coaxial Voltage Variable Attenuators (VVAs)

IRVINE, Calif. — Pasternack, a leading provider of RF, microwave and millimeter wave products, introduces an all-new line of voltage variable attenuators offering up to 60 dB of attenuation across broad frequencies from 400 MHz to 18 GHz. This line of voltage variable attenuators is most commonly deployed in applications such as electronic warfare, instrumentation, […]

President’s Message September 2016

Greetings, As summer winds down and fall slowly approaches, I want to thank all of our sponsors from the golf outing this year. We are fortunate to have Associates who recognize the value of contact with the most loyal workforce in the city. Thanks to all who participated, it was a great day and a […]

Erie Canal Trip Touts Waterway’s History, Early Depictions

By Chris Carola ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — In the fall of 1825, John Henry Hopkins traveled from Buffalo to Albany on the Erie Canal just days after the 363-mile waterway had opened. Along the way, the Episcopal minister from Pennsylvania drew scenes of what was then considered a marvel of modern engineering. This month, the […]

Amtrack: New Locomotives Have Cut Delays Nearly 25 Percent

By DavidPorter NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — The introduction of 70 new locomotives on Amtrak’s most heavily traveled line three years ago has contributed to a reduction in engine-related delays of nearly 25 percent, the national passenger railroad said Aug. 4. The last of the ACS-64 locomotives, called the Amtrak Cities Sprinter, was rolled out last […]