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Study: Faster internet not a boon to all of CT

Matt Pilon |

Government officials in a number of Connecticut cities and towns have long wanted to broaden access to faster internet speeds to spur economic development and make their local communities more...

Legrand bets on internet of things for future growth

Sean Teehan |

Legrand, which has its North American headquarters in West Hartford, is betting big on the internet of things for future growth.

UConn Health acquires augmented reality surgical microscope

Joe Cooper |

UConn Health says it's the first in the U.S. to purchase a microscope with new augmented reality computer-generated digital imaging to assist surgeons during complex surgeries.

CT aerospace firms to showcase products at international airshow

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut's aerospace sector will flex its prowess at an international airshow in England next week.

Farmington biotech hires two more Alexion execs

Joe Cooper |

A Farmington-based biotechnology startup is slowly making a name for itself, not necessarily by any scientific breakthroughs its made -- at least not yet -- but by the executives and scientists it's...

Horizon leads $15M loan to D.C. tech vendor

Gregory Seay |

Farmington specialty lender Horizon Technology Finance Corp. says it led a $15 million loan package to a Washington, D.C., cloud computing and information-technology vendor.

CNBC: CT business climate ranked No. 37 in U.S.

Joe Cooper |

High costs and a slow-growing economy rank Connecticut’s business climate among the 15 worst in the nation, according to a new study.

Microsoft unveils Surface Go to take on iPad

CNNMONEY |

Microsoft is taking a stab at the cheap tablet market with the Surface Go, a 10-inch iPad competitor.The Go offers the look and feel of Microsoft's...

Samsung goes big in India with 'world's largest mobile factory'

CNNMONEY |

Samsung is doubling down on India's soaring demand for smartphones by opening "the world's largest mobile factory."South Korean President Moon Jae-in...

Manchester’s Woven Orthopedics reaches $5.4M in funding

Joe Cooper |

Manchester-based Woven Orthopedics Technologies has tacked on more than $1.2 million in funding since February, according to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

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