Rochelle Park company gets order for vehicle tracking systems
ORBCOMM Inc., a Rochelle Park-based provider of machine-to-machine solutions, announced Tuesday that it received an order for 16,000 of its dual-mode tracking and monitoring solutions.
New Jersey’s greatest innovations From Band-Aids and Viagra to television and Teflon, survey ranks them all
Some of the greatest products in history have been created right here in New Jersey. And at the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Innovation Gala held Monday in Somerset, the best of the best were named.
Printing companies merge, take on new name
Egg Harbor Township-based printing company Print Art Inc. announced Monday that it has merged with Omega Specialty Products to form a new print solutions firm, known simply as Omega.
Tired of overaggressive N.J. drivers? Bill would allow testing of driverless cars here
The state Senate Transportation Committee on Monday unanimously passed legislation that would make New Jersey a hub for the development, testing and implementation of driverless vehicles.
At Oticon, company culture is key to success
Oticon is affiliated with an approximately $7 billion holding group. It even has a brand-new, 162,000-square-foot Somerset headquarters.
Industry expert America Invents Act can be managed
Hackensack University Medical Center became certain of the value of professional technology transfer operations, the act of licensing a patented innovation to a third party, nearly two years ago.
Technology transfer can have big impact for universities
In 1996, two Stanford University graduate students developed PageRank, an algorithm that ranked Internet search engine results, as part of a research project. The algorithm was patented, and the patent was assigned to Stanford. The students went on to form a company based on this algorithm, licensing it from the school in exchange for 1.8 million...
Now hear this Voice messaging is talk of industry
Sometimes even the most devoted of smartphone users worries technology has made connecting with others so impersonal.
But Kirusa's got apps for that.
Voice messaging and media company launches social, sports apps in Africa
Kirusa — a New Jersey-based leader in voice messaging and social media mobile apps in emerging markets — announced Wednesday its launch of Celeb Connect and Sports Connect services in the Ivory Coast.
Closter computing firm chosen as remote-access provider
Closter-based application and virtualization company Ericom Software said Wednesday that Continuum of Care has hired it to provide case workers with remote access from Apple Chromebooks to Windows desktop computers.
QA Kirusa CFO Baldeep Dua, a rare entrepreneurial woman in tech
Q&A with Kirusa Inc. CFO Baldeep Dua, a rare to find entrepreneurial woman in tech
Monmouth Junction video solutions firm buys Australian surveillance company
Monmouth Junction-based video solutions company Infinova announced Tuesday that it has agreed to acquire an Australian do-it-yourself video surveillance company.