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University of Massachusetts Dartmouth associate professor Gaurav Khanna’s low-cost supercomputer, built to study black holes and cybersecurity using 176 Sony PlayStation 3 gaming consoles, has enabled the university to reach the top of the RC5 cryptography challenge list. more
The University of Rhode Island’s Outreach Center believes lack of information is one of the biggest hurdles keeping more Ocean State residents from considering renewable energy. more
Business owners are barraged with rules and requirements for safeguarding customer information and protecting consumer privacy. And stories of data or privacy breaches seem to be in the news constantly. more
Four National Science Foundation grants have been awarded to University of Massachusetts Dartmouth professor Honggang Wang for wireless monitoring of premature infants, and other health initiatives. more
Founder and CEO of Linkable Networks talks about his entrepreneurial undertakings and what venture capitalists are looking for. more
A webinar exploring the top four factors that determine the use of barcode versus radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology in tracking and accounting for equipment, parts, vehicles, weaponry and other critical assets will be held Thursday, Sept. 25, and feature Peter Collins, president and CEO of A2B Tracking Solutions. more
A survey of more than 2,300 information technology workers in North America showed that 84 percent would prefer working at a midsize or large company instead of a startup. more
WBUR-FM, Boston’s NPR news station, is the first public radio station in the country to debut on Google Glass. more
Beazley, which specializes in breach response insurance, has found that the two most common sources of breaches are unintended disclosure, such as misdirected emails and faxes, along with the physical loss of paper records. more
A few steps up to a porch, an uneven threshold in a doorway or even a standard bathroom can be obstacles to living at home for the elderly, adults recovering from surgery or children with disabilities. There are other major physical challenges, such as the need to be lifted out of bed or to go up a full flight of stairs. more
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