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More travelers are looking to postpone or cancel international trips after the worldwide travel alert issued by the U.S. Department of State, travel insurance aggregator InsureMyTrip reported Thursday. more
A new independent study has shown that The NanoSteel Co.’s steel can reduce weight of car structures without sacrificing safety or quality, the company announced. more
Cox Communications has introduced a TV service that makes personalized recommendations and can record up to six shows at once on DVR, the company announced. more
An ocean engineer at Electro Standards Laboratory talks to Providence Business News about ESL’s wave energy harvesting buoys and the future of using waves as an alternative energy source. more
Brave River Solutions, a Warwick-based technology services provider, announced Thursday the successful merger with Focus Business Solutions, a Web-design firm formerly located in Johnston. more
GTECH Corp. Wednesday celebrated the opening of a $15,000 computer lab at Manton Heights in Providence. The new computer lab is the 200th lab to be opened through GTECH’s “After School Advantage” program. more
On Oct. 25, 2001, Microsoft introduced an operating system that had small to large businesses alike exhaling a sigh of relief. Windows XP, successor to Windows ME, has been a stable, reliable and very user-friendly operating system. As of March 2013, 38.73 percent of PC’s connected to the Internet still run Windows XP. As of April 8, 2014, Microsoft will be hanging a RIP sign over this mainstream operating system when it will no longer offer any support to existing users. more
The President and CEO and the marketing director of TennisHub talk to Providence Business News about their online tennis scheduling platform and plans to streamline the social side of sports. more
Business IT support company NetCenergy last week announced its new NetCare Advantage Managed Support Program. The company said in a statement that the program will offer clients more flexibility. more
GreenBytes Inc., a developer of virtual desktop and cloud-scale IO-offload and data deduplication solutions, chose Chris Brandon as its new vice president of solutions architecture and technical services, the company announced. more
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