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Sister Pie, a seasonal, locally-sourced bakery won the fourth Comerica Hatch Detroit Contest presented by the Detroit Lions.
Social media network Twitter have suspended accounts of users who posted images of the beheading of journalist James Foley.
Barnes & Noble and Samsung released a new tablet built for reading, but also has a built-in camera and loaded with Google applications.
Mobile analytics firm RootMetrics has bestowed a number of honors to Verizon Wireless.
Children under 13-years-old may soon be able to have their own Google accounts, according to reports.
Organizers of the second DLECTRICITY, Midtown Detroit’s festival of art and light, have announced the lineup of artists and sponsors of the event.
The #icebucketchallenge has been a viral sensation and a fundraising success for the ALS Association.
Entrepreneurs who have a business idea for mobility, sustainability, and transportation safety, can pitch their ideas at the World Congress onIntelligent Transport Systems in Detroit.
The final four business concepts competing for a $50,000 grant in the Hatch Detroit contest to help open their doors have been announced.