Updated October 28 at 2:28pm
Software Development
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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV is offering as much as $1,500 to good-guy hackers who find potential bugs and vulnerabilities in its vehicle software, in a program managed by a crowd-sourced cybersecurity company. more
The University of Massachusetts was granted 62 utility patents in 2015, putting the school at No. 30 on a list of the Top 100 worldwide universities that were granted U.S. patents. more
Utilidata Inc. has expanded its cybersecurity efforts through new product applications to ensure grid stability and security. more
Google Drive, Facebook and LinkedIn have been named the most useful apps by small business owners in SurePayroll’s third annual favorite tech tools survey. 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
Businesses in New England’s First District have a generally positive outlook, as they continue to report rising revenue, and they expect that to persist, according to the Beige Book, the Federal Reserve’s report on economic data, released Wednesday. more
Twenty-six elementary, middle and high schools participated in the recent Computer Science Week, where, through the “Hour of Code,” students learned computer coding. more
Jack Healy, president and CEO of Massachusetts Manufacturing Extension Partnership, a resource for manufacturers, talks with Providence Business News about a new partnership with the American Institute for Integrated Photonics in Rochester, N.Y., to develop a photonics ecosystem to benefit Massachusetts manufacturers. more
Albert J. Brown knew he wanted to build and make things when he arrived at Brown University from San Francisco four years ago. His latest idea is an app, called Spotter, designed to link drivers with parking spaces. The San Francisco native first encountered the problem as a high school student, and now he’s working to alleviate the parking problem on the Brown campus, thanks to an entrepreneurship class he’s taking. more
Larry Samuels, president of Kenzan LLC, a software engineering company in Providence, talks with Providence Business News about the firm, its involvement in the TechHire initiative and the “hack nights” it holds to connect with the larger tech community. more
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