Updated April 17 at 6:17pm
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It seems like everything these days is connected to Wi-Fi. Whether it's your phone, TV, computer, thermostat or even your dishwasher, chances are "there's an app for that." So there's also likely to be a company that owns that product and … more
When law enforcement is paying ransoms to the bad guys, you know you have a serious problem: In this case, it's sophisticated viruses known as ransomware. Police departments have been among the victims of what some technology-security firms say is a … more
In the next 3 ½ years, Tech Collective will be providing IT training for more than 400 long-term unemployed Rhode Islanders. more
Atrion executives are expecting a record number of participants to attend the fifth annual AlwaysOn Symposium about workplace culture. more
The Providence Career and Technical Academy’s pre-engineering program received a Verizon Innovate Award, a $20,000 grant intended to support the program. more
A discussion will take place Friday at Brown University about raising money for startups. more
The April Providence Geek Dinner will feature Batchbook, a Providence firm that helps small companies track their contacts, win deals and grow their businesses. more
Managing director of the Slater Technology Fund discusses the fund’s future and the business climate for startups in Rhode Island. more
The independently organized TEDxProvidence announced its 2015 lineup of speakers Thursday, including Mary Burke, an economist who joined the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston research department in 2005; Leo Pollock, a co-founder of The Compost Plant; and Sheri Griffin, co-executive director of AS220. more
Brent Bruun, executive vice president of mobile broadband at KVH Industries Inc., recently spoke at the CMA Shipping 2015 conference in Stamford, Conn., where he was part of an expert panel that addressed the impact of “big data” on maritime operations. more
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