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Foxwoods tattoo shop to open Sunday

The Foxwoods Resort Casino tattoo parlor from famed artist Mario Barth officially will open this Sunday in Mashantucket.

New UConn medical dean wants more doctors, grants

Brad Kane |

Dr. Bruce Liang, the new dean of the UConn School of Medicine, has set some lofty goals.

DMV: Employees getting used to new computer system

The Department of Motor Vehicles, which has struggled with long lines and delays caused by a new computer system, said that it has trimmed its time per transaction to 15 minutes as of Wednesday.

New telemedicine technology aims to disrupt eye exam business

Matt Pilon |

Some experts believe technology will continue to displace workers, particularly those in lower-skilled jobs, but one professional group that has unexpectedly found itself in the automation crosshairs...

CT Green Guide publishes Fall issue

Find out the backstory behind Connecticut's Utility 2.0 legislation and what the state is doing to encourage more adoption of hydrogen-powered fuel cell cars by reading the Fall 2015 Connecticut...

Hartford’s Wearsafe plows through fundraising goal

Hartford safety tech startup Wearsafe Labs has raised more than $100,000 in just over a month on the crowdfunding website Kickstarter.

Bloomfield virtual currency firm under SEC investigation

The U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission has confirmed it has launched an administrative investigation of Bloomfield's Gaw Miners for potential violations of securities laws related to its sale of...

Farmington firm takes college virtual tour to next level

Farmington marketing and digital agency Primacy said it has created a virtual reality tour for a Colorado university that uses Facebook’s Oculus Rift technology.

7,000 could lose Access Health coverage

The state's health insurance exchange, Access Health CT, says 7 percent of its private insurance customers risk losing their Obamacare coverage and related tax credits in the next three months...

Judge dismisses CT taxi lawsuit against Uber

A Connecticut federal judge on Thursday agreed to dismiss Connecticut taxi operators’ lawsuit against tech-enabled car service provider Uber, according to court records.

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