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The opening of Amazon.com's first brick-and-mortar store last week proves that software is not really "eating the world," as venture-capitalist Marc Andreessen put it in 2011. In his widely noted Wall Street Journal column about predatory … more
Tech Collective is looking for volunteers for GRRL Tech 2016 to assist with workshops and chaperone. Those who work in STEM – science, technology, engineering and math – fields are welcome to apply. more
Three days after she launched a new computer science initiative for all public schools in Rhode Island, Gov. Gina M. Raimondo visited Edward R. Martin Middle School to talk with students about computer science and technology. more
Dr. Cedric J. Priebe Lifespan’s new senior vice president and chief information officer, spoke with Providence Business News about key information technology issues affecting the health care industry. more
For some time now, we have been reading about the tech revolution: Entire industries are being "disrupted," the way we do the simplest things is changing, the pace of innovation is accelerating. According to economic data, however, nothing much is … more
The recent acquisition of ShapeUp by Virgin Pulse along with other accomplishments in the startup community will be celebrated Thursday at an event at Aurora on Westminster Street. more
(Updated 11:21 a.m.) Cox Communications Monday afternoon began experiencing service outages throughout Rhode Island as well as in other parts of the country due to cut fiber optic lines at service providers to Cox. more
I couldn't be more proud of all that we have accomplished at Sensata as we celebrate our centennial in 2016. We owe our success to employees worldwide that focus intently on executing our mission to satisfy the world's growing needs for safety, … more
Richard A. Andrews recently was appointed chief operating officer at ProThera Biologics in Providence, a company that is developing inter-alpha inhibitor proteins to treat severe inflammation associated with infection, trauma and disease. He discussed his new role at the company with Providence Business News, as well as his past experience. more
The winner of the fourth Get Started Rhode Island pitch competition put on by Cox Business and Inc. Magazine believes that information technology can empower food service enterprises, from restaurants to universities, to prepare fresher, sustainable food for their customers. And at the same time, farmers can use the technology to find a more robust and consistent marketplace for their goods. more
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