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Detroit-based iRule beat six other competitors to win the Detroit Google Demo Day, earning an opportunity to pitch its business to Google executives in Silicon Valley in April.
There’s only one way to make sure you don’t burn the microwave popcorn — stand next to the microwave and turn it off when the popping stops. Well, technology marches on — now you don’t have to.
Detroit-based Quicken Loans, the nation’s third largest mortgage lender, has teamed with Yahoo Sports as the technology provider for what’s now called the ‘Quicken Loans Billion Dollar Bracket Challenge with Yahoo Sports.’
DTE Energy (NYSE: DTE) has selected another 122 solar energy projects in the third expansion of the SolarCurrents customer-owned pilot program.
Well, here we are on another Monday, and there’s fresh snow on the ground and fresh tech news all over the interwebs! Here goes…
Like a spring connecting two swings, light can act as a glue that binds together the quantum mechanical properties of two vastly different materials used for electronics. The effect could harness the most useful characteristics from each material for hybrid solar cells and high efficiency lighting.
The Grand Rapids medical research and education institution Van Andel Institute Friday announced a new effort in epigenetics, the science of external modifications to DNA that turn genes on or off, which could lead to new approaches to personalized cancer therapy.
Rofin-Sinar Technologies Inc., a Plymouth maker of industrial lasers, announced that it had an agreement to acquire the assets of Portland, Ore.-based FiLaser USA LLC.
Tourism officials and environmentalists gather at a northern Michigan ski resort to talk over the effects of climate change on Michigan’s multi-billion-dollar tourism industry