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In a small state like Rhode Island, videoconferencing and live streaming connect companies to the world, and the world to the Ocean State. more
State and federal officials have given telecommunications companies the all-clear to improve or radically transform traditional telephone service. more
“A Lively Experiment,” a popular 24-year-old local political roundtable TV show on air through Rhode Island PBS, is also available through YouTube on a mobile phone, tablet or computer. Such on-air programming is in demand in online platforms for mobile distribution, says Molly Garrison, Rhode Island PBS director of development and external affairs. more
Vector Software Inc., which designs software-testing solutions for embedded systems and applications, will launch its new VectorCast Customer Training Webinar Series on Jan. 9. more
Betaspring Managing Partner Allan Tear and Chief of Staff Melissa Withers will hold open office hours in Boston on Thursday, Jan. 9, to meet with Betaspring alumni in the Boston area and talk with startups that have applied or wish to apply to participate in the startup accelerator’s spring 2014 session. more
The U.S. Department of Defense has awarded Brown University researcher and biology professor Mark Zervas a three-year $935,000 award through the department’s Congressionally Directed Medical Research Program to expand on his research into a type of cell mutation called mosaicism. more
Medical robotics company Medrobotics Corp. announced the appointment on Jan. 2 of Thomas F. Patzelt as the company’s vice president of marketing. The appointment coincides with Medrobotics’ anticipated commercial launches in Europe and the United States of the Flex Robotic System, an “Ear, Nose and Throat” or “ENT” medical device designed to provide minimally invasive access and visualization for surgery in hard-to-reach locations in the throat and voice box. more
The CEO of content-marketing service BuzzFarmers talks about how businesses can better equip themselves to engage audiences online. more
It’s 3 a.m. and your wife is at work – she’s a doctor who works long hours – and she has left you to care for your infant daughter. more
On an icy December evening, about a dozen local technology enthusiasts gathered over pizza and beer at the Founders League offices in Providence to discuss Bitcoin, the popular digital currency that’s soared, crashed and soared again in value over the past year. more
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