Lindy Biosciences has raised $150,000, according to a securities filing.
Broadband: No silver bullet for every community, but a bullet that can kill all — doing nothing15 hours ago
While broadband has been primarily funded by private sector resources, it produces a number of public benefits. Former FCC official Blair Levin talks about the need for broadband – and the consequences of not having it.
NCSU scientists' 3-D printing breakthrough: Creating metallic glass alloys15 hours ago
Researchers have demonstrated the ability to create amorphous metal, or metallic glass, alloys using 3-D printing technology, opening the door to a variety of applications.
From pork to PCs, a trade war with China creates fallout for NC23 hours ago
As talk of a trade war between the United States and China continues to grow with both countries imposing tariffs, North Carolina could face fallout.
Charlotte-based Vertigo Media raises $5.8 million, looks for more15 hours ago
Vertigo Media, which develops a social media platform for the creation and exchange of user-generated content and marketing research revolving around music, is seeking $9 million from investors.
Shares pop for cloud storage firm Dropbox in $11B IPO15 hours ago
Dropbox, a cloud storage company, began trading at $29 a share on the Nasdaq Friday, a 38% increase over its IPO price. The stock quickly jumped above $30. In other words the shares “popped,” as they say in Street lingo.
GlaxoSmithKline says it’s no longer interested in buying Pfizer Consumer Healthcare.
After a decade working dead-end jobs, Justin Smith is the junior network assistant administrator with the IT department of the Charleston County School District.
Tech on Tap: This or that – transit vs. HB2, FTC investigates Facebook and what’s happening with jobs in the Triangle?
Walmart’s coming after Amazon with same-day delivery; Cambridge Analytica’s involvement in the U.S. election; and Big Top’s Molly Demarest on removing bias from the hiring process. Plus: is Google eyeing Red Hat? And is transit the Achilles’ heel of the Triangle’s HQ2 hopes?
We had only about 30 minutes on the phone with Mark Zuckerberg, but we managed to get him to address several important topics. But Zuckerberg’s responses also raised more questions.
Long lines formed Thursday morning for opening statements in the government’s lawsuit over AT&T’s planned purchase of Time Warner, which observers are watching as potentially the most consequential antitrust case in years.
Instagram is answering the wish of many of its users: It will once again prioritize newer content.
For its first two years, Mars was largely secret; the most prominent image that leaked was a photo of Jeff Bezos piloting a 13-foot robot last year. This year, Amazon lifted the veil and invited a handful of reporters into Bezos’ brainiac pow-wow. Here’s a look.
A new demo video from Epic Games shows just how close computer generate imagery, or CGI, is coming to film.
A new report accuses IBM of targeting older workers as it made job cuts in the thousands over the past several years, estimating that “over the past five years alone, IBM has eliminated more than 20,000 American employees ages 40 and over, about 60 percent of its estimated total U.S. job cuts during those years.”
Making News: Wake Eco Development, SXSW, IBM, Apple, Watson AI, GSK, Fortnite, Epic Games, Triad Racing
Check in on the latest news about Wake Economic Development and the City of Raleigh at South by Southwest, Wall Street praise for IBM, IBM and Apple on smart apps, GSK’s bid for a Pfizer business group, and enws from Epic Games as well as Triad Racing Technologies.
As leaders of the Dorthea Dix Park Conservancy and the City of Raleigh gather with the public to discuss latest developments in a master plan for the Dix property, they will already have received input from several thousand people through Neighborland