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What's New With The Samsung Galaxy S5?

Does this deserve a high five?

Head of IT &  Mobile Communications JK Shin unveiling the new in line “S” model, the Galaxy S5, pictured here at the Mobile World Congress, Barcelona, Monday 24th February 2014.  697 more words

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Matt's Favorites: Good-Bye And Godspeed (And Here's The Tech News)

Well, this is it, my very last Matt’s Favorites with WWJ Newsradio 950 and CBS Detroit. It’s been a blast, really, the past 12 years, bringing you the latest tech news on a (mostly) daily basis. 2,128 more words

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State Creates Second 'Pre-Seed' Investment Fund

LANSING (WWJ) – There will soon be another $6.8 million available to help get very early-stage Michigan companies off the ground.

State officials Thursday announced a designation of $6.8 million for Michigan Pre-Seed Fund 2.0, a statewide investment fund aimed at supporting high-tech early stage companies. 344 more words

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Saphran Adds Capacity, Asset Planning To Biz Software

FRANKLIN (WWJ) – Saphran Solutions, a Franklin-based developer of management software, said this week it is introducing new capacity and asset planning capabilities to help companies more accurately forecast product demand and reduce costs. 356 more words

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Michigan Tech Prof Gets Grant For New Prosthetic Ankle, Foot

HOUGHTON (WWJ) – Mo Rastgaar, an assistant professor at Michigan technological University, has received a National Science Foundation grant of nearly $500,000 to make his new artificial limb design a reality. 303 more words

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Entrepreneur Mentoring Event Follows The Hatching Each Month

LANSING (WWJ) – There’s a new mentoring program for entrepreneurs in the Lansing area.

The new program was launched by the Lansing Economic Area Partnership, the economic development organization for the capital region, and Michigan State University’s Spartan Innovations spinout business accelerator. 298 more words

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UM Survey Shows Concern About Security, Privacy Of Connected Vehicles

ANN ARBOR (WWJ) – A majority of Americans, Australians and Britons believe that connected-vehicle technology will make driving safer, but most are also concerned about security and privacy, according to a University of Michigan survey. 326 more words

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