Visiting Google presenters and coaches hosted free ‘Grow with Google’ workshops today at Kaimuki Public Library, with onsite instruction provided to local jobseekers, small business, and nonprofit leaders on integral digital skills necessary in today’s business environment.
Today, Nissan North America Inc. brought sustainable mobility to Hawaii with the arrival of the state's first all-electric Nissan LEAF. Bill Markevitch took delivery of his Nissan LEAF SL today at New City Nissan of Honolulu. This groundbreaking moment follows deliveries in the launch states of California, Arizona, Oregon, Washington, Tennessee and Texas.
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Hawaii tech company gets grant to develop a low-cost sensor capable of real human presence detection and occupant monitoring
Hawaii-based iTravLocal has set its sights on the growing Chinese travel market, hoping to connect local vendors with visitors who are accustomed to buying products and services via WeChat, the most popular mobile app and commerce...
The Mililani location offers access for local businesses needing immediate protection from disruptive events such as hurricanes, tsunamis, and power outages. Located on a 5-acre lot, the facility offers expansion space based on customer demand.
Hub Coworking Hawaii, a Honolulu-based coworking space known as "the Hub," has partnered with Next For Me, a media company that publishes books, newsletters, and research on the topics of entrepreneurship, career moves,...
ThinkTech Hawaii presented six awards at its Annual Holiday Party and announced the launch of ThinkTech 3.0.
Public forums will be held on three islands featuring a panel discussion and an open house where attendees get information on topics ranging from rooftop solar programs to electrification of transportation.
Hawaiian Electric achieved a 28.4 percent consolidated renewable portfolio standard in 2019, despite having significantly lower wind energy production and not having Hawaii Island's geothermal resource available.
The Centers for Disease Control and the World Health Organization have urged hospitals and clinics to expand the use of telehealth services to help triage techniques for coronavirus.