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The future of web designing for businesses

The future of web designing for businesses

Kaylea Kuhlman, Editor In Chief

March 5, 2020

NORFOLK- Have you ever found yourself searching through a business's website to find information? Or gotten lost looking for a button to take you to the right page? We have all been in this position and sometimes it takes way too much time.  A good website and social media marketing can mean the difference between making a sale and not making a sale.   Every busi...

Job shadow experience helps me find my career path

Job shadow experience helps me find my career path

Kaylea Kuhlman, Editor In Chief

March 5, 2020

NORFOLK - As I began my education here at Northeast Community College, I was completely lost on what career I wanted in the future after transferring to a four-year college. Now as I am nearing the end of my two-year program, I am glad that I have been slowly starting to see a clearer plan of where I ...

A foldable iPhone? New Apple patent suggests it’s possible

A foldable iPhone? New Apple patent suggests it’s possible

MCT Campus

February 13, 2020

One of the biggest games that tech gadget fans like to play is speculating what Apple will do with its next version of the iPhone. Every year, almost as soon as a new iPhone is released, Apple watchers and insiders waste little time in guessing about what new cameras, designs and security features Apple wil...

Creighton Economist Predicts Slowing Retail Growth

Creighton Economist Predicts Slowing Retail Growth

Learfield Wire Services

November 14, 2019

OMAHA-  An economist at Creighton University thinks retail growth will be slower this holiday season.  Doctor Ernie Goss forecasts retail sales to grow by three-to-four percent, which is down from last year's growth.  Goss says the overall economic growth rate is down and people are spending more...

Earth Talk: Are any one-for-one charitable companies focusing on environmental sustainability?

Earth Talk: Are any one-for-one charitable companies focusing on environmental sustainability?

MCT Campus

October 10, 2019

Dear EarthTalk: Are any companies in the “one-for-one” charitable space pioneered by shoe maker TOMS focusing specifically on environmental sustainability? — Becky B., Los Angeles TOMS may have been the first company to implement a one-for-one model, whereby it matches customer purchases with ...

Facebook launches Portal TV in new streaming television push

Facebook launches Portal TV in new streaming television push

MCT Campus

September 19, 2019

Facebook on Wednesday took another step in its efforts to gain a piece of the home video-communications market by taking the wraps off of Portal TV, a new set-top box for streaming TV programs and video chats. In a company blog post, Facebook said that Portal TV will cost $149; they’ll be shipped N...

How US video game companies are building tools for China’s surveillance state

How US video game companies are building tools for China’s surveillance state

MCT Campus

September 12, 2019

Last October, software developers at Riot Games in Santa Monica fielded an unusual request. Like other video game makers, Riot’s success depends on its ability to make games that are compulsively playable, like its global hit “League of Legends.” But Tencent, the Chinese tech giant that owns Ri...

Google to pay $170 million for YouTube child privacy breaches

Google to pay $170 million for YouTube child privacy breaches

MCT Campus

September 5, 2019

WASHINGTON — Google’s YouTube agreed on Wednesday to pay a $170 million fine and limit ads on kids’ videos to settle claims that the company violated children’s privacy laws. The world’s largest video-sharing site agreed to pay the fine, which is a record for a children’s privacy case, t...

We tested popular cellphones for radiofrequency radiation. Now the FCC is investigating.

We tested popular cellphones for radiofrequency radiation. Now the FCC is investigating.

MCT Campus

August 27, 2019

The Apple iPhone 7 was set to operate at full power and secured below a tub of clear liquid, specially formulated to simulate human tissue. With the push of a button, a robotic arm swung into action, sending a pencil-thin probe dipping into the tub. For 18 minutes, it repeatedly measured the amount of radi...

The Viewpoint staff takes on the Animal Shelter

The Viewpoint staff takes on the Animal Shelter

Kaylea Kuhlman, Reporter

April 18, 2019

NORFOLK- The Viewpoint staff went out and volunteered at the Animal Shelter of Northeast Nebraska on Tuesday, April 9. The staff also had a chance to talk to the manager of the shelter, Lisa Doescher. Volunteering is not only good for yourself for multiple reasons, but it is also clearly a major help...

Northeast Phi Beta Lambda Helps Make a Difference

Northeast Phi Beta Lambda Helps Make a Difference

March 28, 2019

Today, three members of Northeast Phi Beta Lambda (PBL), an organization on campus dedicated to building career skills, helped volunteer at the Norfolk Salvation Army. They helped package chocolates that were donated to provide a treat to areas that were impacted by the devastating flood.   This...

Why should students join The Viewpoint?

Why should students join The Viewpoint?

December 11, 2018

My name is Hunter Bergman, a business administration major interested in mass media. I decided to work for The Viewpoint the second semester of my freshman year and learn more about the digital world. My goal was to start a podcast and learn more about marketing analytics. The first step on my journey...

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