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Unlikely combo of tech, clothing comes to Fort Kent

Peanut butter and jelly, cookies and milk — some combinations are just meant to be, while others take a little explaining to truly make sense, like a new consumer electronics repair and...

UMaine scientists use tech to see-the-unseen in potential aquaculture sites

Lori Valigra |

Realtors will tell you buying property is all about “location, location, location.” The same is true for finding the best site for aquaculture, though varying conditions largely invisible...

Redzone buys GWI’s Midcoast wireless network

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Rockland-based wireless service provider Redzone Wireless, LLC has acquired the wireless network assets of Biddeford-based GWI, which provides service to both residential and commercial customers...

Digital editions bring the history of Maine to your fingertips

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The Maine State Library in Augusta has received a $275,000 federal grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to digitize over 100,000 pages of historical Maine newspapers.

Portland's Tilson Tech knows how to keep trade secrets secret

Laurie Schreiber |

Tilson Technology Management, a fast-growing information technology professional services and network construction company, knows how to keep a secret. Trade secrets, that is — an essential...

How To: Effectively negotiate a technology vendor contract

Joshua T. Silver |

One of the draws of technology management is the thrill of riding the wave of exciting new stuff. But with growing concerns over data security, executives and IT departments must work closely to...

WEX tracking to become $1B company by year's end

James McCarthy |

WEX Inc. reported total revenue for the second quarter increased 9.5% to $233.9 million, which is $20.2 million more than the $213.7 million reported for the second quarter in 2015.

Redzone unveils $1M rural broadband funding program, Bangor expansion

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On the same day that it announced that it has expanded service offerings to greater Bangor, broadband service provider Redzone Wireless, LLC announced that it has launched a new $1 million municipal...

Orono company to join Silicon Valley startup accelerator program

Cerahelix Inc., an early stage company making ceramic filters for various industries, was picked to be in a 12-week, start-up accelerator program in Silicon Valley.

DeLorme wants review of $6.2M penalty over imported belt clip

Yarmouth-based navigational company DeLorme has requested that the U.S. Supreme Court review a $6.2 million penalty assessed against the company by the International Trade Commission over an alleged...