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Cutting-Edge Cars in a Game-Changing Dealership

While auto dealers will still check your oil, they may be doing it without ever touching a dipstick. In fact, your local Volvo specialist...
ONLINE PRESENCE: Auctioneer Travis Landry takes bids from the crowd, as well as online, during an auction at the Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers gallery in Cranston. Gallery owner and President Kevin Bruneau said most of their auctions feature online bidders from around the world competing with live audiences, pulling in up to 10,000 additional bidders who check in on auctions periodically. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Auctions cater to changing ages, tastes

There were a few empty chairs at the June 8 antiques and fine arts auction at Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers gallery in Cranston, which...

Internet is everywhere, but U.S. jobs that support it aren’t

The internet was supposed to render geography irrelevant. But the corporations that dominate the internet have turned out to be remarkably concentrated, geographically speaking....

Keeping data off darknet

(Editor’s note: This is the second of a two-part series on business-related cybersecurity issues. See part one here.) When it comes to cybersecurity, few topics...

Internet happiness click away

Most critiques of online activity and social media are neither rigorous nor helpful – by which I mean, they do not adequately explain why...

A faster, more rural internet is needed

Of the many divides between urban and rural America – political, cultural, sartorial – the hardest to justify may be technological. Fast internet service...

Net neutrality ideals are already dead

I’m sorry to be the bearer of bad news: The internet is not a fair place. And the current fight over “net neutrality” is...
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