Updated January 18 at 12:27am
Technology
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The competitive girls entertainment and lifestyle franchise brand world is getting a new player this week, when Hasbro unveils Hanazuki, a moonflower that has to protect lunar worlds from dark forces. more
Carol Malysz, the former head of the Center for Women & Enterprise Rhode Island, has been appointed executive director of MedMates, the life sciences technology networking group. more
It has happened. For the first time, consumers are purchasing more online than in stores. Even Black Friday 2016, with its emphasis on traditional shopping, saw more people buying online than in stores (44 percent compared to 40 percent). Mobile … more
Medley Genomics, a life sciences startup out of Brown University, has received $250,000 in seed funding from the Slater Technology Fund to build partnerships and demonstrate its concept with collaborators. more
Signs with strongly worded messages warning drivers about the hazards of driving under the influence have been a common sight along state highways this holiday season, and are part of the R.I. Department of Transportation’s campaign to save lives. more
Robert D. Atkinson, president of the Washington, D.C.-based Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, talks about Rhode Island’s performance in a recent study that evaluated states on technological innovation. more
Las Vegas-based Vanguard Integrity Professionals will bring a six-day trade show about cybersecurity to Rhode Island’s capital city in August. more
Toray Plastics (America) Inc. has introduced a bright, new, environment-friendly metal-transfer film that can be returned to the company for recycling after it has been converted. more
Americans look at their smartphones up to 47 times a day, and that number rises to 82 times a day for those in the 18-24-year-old age group, according to a survey from Deloitte & Touche LLP. more
The data scientists writing the algorithms that drive giants like Alphabet Inc. (Google) and Facebook Inc. are today's technology wizards, and companies and governments increasingly use their creations -- often in secret and with little oversight -- to do everything from hiring and firing employees to identifying likely suspects for police monitoring. more
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