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Providence to install license plate cameras despite City Council concerns

PROVIDENCE – The city recently announced that it will move ahead on deploying 25 license plate cameras, despite criticism and concerns from city councilors...

Academics predict growth in R.I. digital game industry

EAST GREENWICH – Industry leaders and academics, gathered at the New England Institute of Technology, said Rhode Island’s digital game industry is poised for...

Providence Public Schools recognized for sustainable electronics efforts

PROVIDENCE – The Information Technology Department of the Providence Public Schools recently received a 2022 Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool Purchaser Award for its...

Raimondo endorses passage of CHIPS Act

WASHINGTON – Prior to its adoption on Tuesday, the signed CHIPS Act received endorsement from U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina M. Raimondo, the former governor...

Raytheon Technologies reports $1.3B Q2 profit

WALTHAM, Mass. – Raytheon Technologies Corp. on July 26 reported second-quarter profit of $1.3 billion, a 25% increase year over year. On a per-share basis,...

Biden signs $280B CHIPS act in bid to boost U.S. over...

WASHINGTON (AP)  – President Joe Biden on Tuesday signed a $280 billion bipartisan bill to boost domestic high-tech manufacturing, part of his administration's push...

AstroNova acquires Illinois manufacturer for $17M

WEST WARWICK – AstroNova Inc. Tuesday acquired Astro Machine, an Illinois manufacturer of inkjet printers and media handling equipment for labeling and mailing applications,...

NEIT sees future of video games

Kudos to the New England Institute of Technology for not only coming up with a big idea on how to tap a $300 billion...
James T. Brett
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CHIPS Act a win for region’s economy

After nearly two years and multiple iterations, Congress recently passed a sweeping piece of bipartisan legislation aimed at bolstering domestic semiconductor manufacturing, as well...

New England Tech to launch new digital games institute

EAST GREENWICH – The New England Institute of Technology is set to power on a new initiative to help expand the digital game industry...
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