New Wave Communications announces merger with Dyadic Communications

New Wave Communications announces merger with Dyadic Communications

NEW YORK — Dyadic Communication, Inc., a division of New Wave Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: DYAD), announced today that the combined company will acquire Dyadic communications, a leading provider of transactional communications services.The combined company’s assets will include the Dyadic mobile and cloud-based platforms, Dyadic software and services, Dyad technology, Dyads digital marketing and digital business…

How your cellphone network is changing for you

How your cellphone network is changing for you

New technologies are allowing you to connect with friends and family in a way that was once unimaginable.But a lot of what you’re doing on your phone could be considered a security risk.A new CBS News/ YouGov poll found that more than half of Americans have not set up their own secure messaging and social…

Conservative activists in Illinois seek to block new laws that would give them legal standing to sue for the deaths of their loved ones

Conservative activists in Illinois seek to block new laws that would give them legal standing to sue for the deaths of their loved ones

In Illinois, where a lawsuit seeking to block the implementation of new laws on the role of the media and social media in deaths of people has been filed, conservatives have filed a lawsuit challenging a state law that would allow them to bring lawsuits against people who have been arrested or convicted of murder.The…

New Mexico lawmakers urge federal Communications Commission to take action against Fox News

New Mexico lawmakers urge federal Communications Commission to take action against Fox News

New Mexico legislators have introduced a resolution asking the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to take immediate action to protect the First Amendment rights of broadcasters.In the resolution, Rep. Michael Zadroga (R-New Mexico) and Rep. Steve Gabbard (D-Arizona) write that the commission has no jurisdiction over media companies, and it has “overstepped its legal authority.”The resolution,…