Updated July 27 at 5:26am
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SOUTH KINGSTOWN – Eduardo Hermosillo Guzman, a junior at the University of Rhode Island, is among 20 students from American universities who will travel to China next week for a training and cultural exchange through Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd., a global information and communications technology solutions provider. more
Undergraduate students of Rhode Island’s colleges and universities will present their summer research at the ninth annual Rhode Island Summer Undergraduate Research Fellows conference on July 29. more
A recent report from CBRE, a real estate services firm, which analyzed U.S. tech employment over the past five years, listed the top 50 technology markets in the United States, but Providence was not one of them. more
The official website for the state of Rhode Island has a new look. Revamped this summer with the new design, ri.gov features a high-resolution picture of Narragansett Bay and a minimalistic layout. more
Verizon’s purchase of Yahoo! for $4.83 billion, while an interesting exercise in combining content, networks and mobile services, highlights the broken norms for paying executives of U.S. corporations. more
Sensata Technologies Holding N.V. reported a 60.2 percent increase in net income, and 7.4 percent rise in revenue, in its second quarter earnings report released Tuesday. more
(Updated 12:48 p.m.) Brown University ranked No. 12 on College Choice’s 2016 list of the 50 Best Master’s in Computer Science degree Programs. more
The Providence Warwick Convention & Visitors Bureau is joining in the Pokémon GO craze with a series of blogs on the GoProvidence.com website, highlighting Pokestops in popular Providence locations. 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
A Chinese drug manufacturer is investing $42 million in Nabsys, which recently completed a financial restructuring that allowed it to reopen in March after being out of business for nearly seven months. more
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