Updated February 21 at 12:28am
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One of the enduring mysteries of the fake-news epidemic is why it’s happening now, when it’s easier than ever for readers to fact-check stories with a few quick keystrokes. more
The Champlin Foundations has given the Community College of Rhode Island a $300,000 grant toward its $893,000 campaign to establish an interactive learning center for health science students on its Flanagan campus in Lincoln, according to a release by the college on Thursday. more
A Robert W. Baird & Co. analyst has raised his price target on Textron Inc., saying the company, which specializes in aerospace, defense and security, is poised for a rebound next year. more
FarSounder Inc., a high-technology marine electronics manufacturer specializing in underwater acoustics, has released a new feature called Local History Mapping that offers users the ability to build a 3-D map of the seafloor over which they have recently sailed. more
Mario Cirillo is the head of the Academy for Career Exploration, a public charter high school in Providence. He talks about how the school prepares its students for technology-related careers. more
International Game Technology PLC has signed a six-year contract extension to provide a lottery central system upgrade to Boldt Gaming SA, which will provide the system to Instituto Provincial De Loterias y Casinos of the Province of Buenos Aires in Argentina, also known as the Buenos Aires Lottery. more
Toray Plastics (America) Inc. has introduced Torayfan RS03 RipStop film, a new, high-tensile-strength, polypropylene-based film designed for box-reinforcement tape applications. more
The state has issued a Request for Information to national telecommunications firms and other stakeholders for ideas on how Rhode Island can create a nation-leading hub and platform for development and deployment of 5G wireless networks and next-generation broadband infrastructure. more
Social Enterprise Greenhouse will launch its seventh Impact Accelerator cohort on Jan. 19. more
Fifty years ago, the U.S. had the moon to itself. Starting in 1969, when the first of six Apollo missions touched down, it seemed likely that American astronauts would make a long-term home on the lunar surface. more
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