Updated October 26 at 9:26am
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Samsung Electronics Co. is letting travelers exchange their Note 7 smartphones at special booths set up at America’s busiest airports. more
Samsung Electronics Co. and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission agreed on an expanded recall of original and replacement Note 7 smartphones, increasing the number of devices that can be returned to 1.9 million. more
Gov. Gina M. Raimondo opened the second round of the state’s Innovation Voucher Program for applications on Tuesday at an event hosted by Brown University’s Warren Alpert Medical School. more
T-Mobile US Inc. and Sprint Corp. have received almost four times as many orders for Apple Inc.’s iPhone 7 than previous iPhone models, a sign the device may be well received and the carriers’ new unlimited data plans may be gaining popularity. more
In another blow to Samsung Electronics Co.’s new Note 7 smartphone, aviation regulators in several countries are advising against turning on or charging the device on airline flights because its batteries can catch fire and explode. more
T-Mobile US Inc. and Sprint Corp. are revamping their rate plans to appeal to consumers who want unlimited streaming and web surfing, as the industry’s battle for wireless subscribers enters a new phase. more
AT&T Inc., the only U.S. wireless carrier still charging customers when they exceed data limits, has finally bowed to industry trends and is dropping the levies in a sign that competition for new customers is growing more challenging. more
Towerstream Corp., a provider of wireless communication services, recently reported a 2.2 percent decline in revenue in the second quarter, but narrowed its loss by 46.5 percent. more
Rhode Island ranked 17th among states – and higher than any other New England state – for its 2.7 percent job growth over the last two years in advanced industries, according to a new report from the Brookings Institution released Thursday. more
Yahoo! Inc. agreed to sell its main web businesses to Verizon Communications Inc. for $4.8 billion, ending a two-decade run as an independent company that took it from a Stanford University startup at the dawn of the internet age to also-ran behind nimbler online rivals such as Google and Facebook Inc. more
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