Technology Report with Matt Roush
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So what’s new and cool in the amazing world of high tech? Ah, Grasshopper, let’s quiet our minds and check these out…
Diabetes treatment is more effective when paired with both value-based benefit design and disease management programs, according to a joint study from Truven Health Analytics and the Florida Health Care Coalition.
Michigan State University and state officials broke ground Wednesday afternoon on a new Bioengineering Facility, a 130,000-square-foot building which will serve as a hub for interdisciplinary research in MSU’s colleges of Engineering, Human Medicine and Natural Science.
Compuware Corp. (Nasdaq:CPWR) announced enhancements to Compuware APM for Mainframe, transaction management software spanning the edge of the Internet, through distributed systems and into mainframe environments.
Thanks to a grant from the National Science Foundation, Lawrence Technological University is offering $10,000 scholarships for two years to community college graduates to complete a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering with a power engineering concentration.
Comerica Bank’s Michigan Economic Activity Index increased in April, up 1.3 points to a level of 122.4.
The Detroit-based IT staffing firm Strategic Staffing Solutions has developed and launched its first pilot military recruiting program, the S3 Combat Recruiting Support Team.
Sirius XM Radio (Nasdaq: SIRI) and Ford Motor Co. Wednesday announced that Ford will be the first automaker to give its customers in-vehicle access to the SiriusXM Internet Radio App in Ford vehicles equipped with Sync AppLink.
WWJ Newsradio 950 Technology Editor Matt Roush is one of 21 Michiganders being honored Thursday, June 27 at the annual dinner of the Engineering Society of Detroit.
The DTE Energy Foundation this week announced plans to partner with the city of Detroit and other agencies to fund up to 600 summer and year-round jobs for youth.