Technology Report with Matt Roush
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So what the heck else is there in the big bad world of amazing technology? Well, here you go on a Friday…
Michigan’s defense contractors gathered this week to boost business with the defense sector at the 2013 Michigan Defense Exposition, staged at Macomb Community College’s Warren campus by the Michigan Chapter of the National Defense Industrial Association.
The Michigan Tech Research Institute in Ann Arbor has signed a six-month, $1 million contract with the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to conduct research in adaptive radar countermeasures.
Auburn Hills Thursday announced that Ralco Industries Inc. has submitted plans to construct a new 125,000-square-foot world headquarters and manufacturing facility on 18.8 acres located along the north side of Taylor Road near Fieldstone Golf Club.
Oakland County will receive a $600,000 federal grant to help local communities and developers determine if contaminated land can be reclaimed and redeveloped.
Safety Track of Michigan has a new product that they are introducing to their camera product line, the waterproof sports camera.
The online local content Web site Glocal Thursday announced the beta launch of the Glocal Marketplace, a segment of the site designed to connect users with the hard-to-find products and services unique to their communities.
In conjunction with the Made In Michigan film, “Freaky Deaky,” a companion mobile app called “Freaky Deaky Flashback” is now available on the Apple App Store and Google Play store.
The Michigan Film Office announced Thursday three digital media projects — Don Cheto, Series One and Original Bethlehem — have been approved for incentives from the state.
Atlanta, Ga.-based EarthLink Inc. (NASDAQ: ELNK) an IT and communications provider, announced the launch of a new PCI Compliance Solutions service, complete with the validation tools needed to assist retailers in meeting their Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard requirements.