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A German court ruled in favor of Tennant’s competitor, which claimed that some of Tennant’s advertising claims were misleading; Tennant is considering an appeal.
Multimedia content provider Rimage Corporation is changing its name to Qumu Corporation following a quarter of growth for the Qumu brand.
Starting a Kickstarter account for your new tech adventure? If you’re in Minnesota, you’re certainly not alone. At least according to a trio of researchers from the University of...
An aortic valve by Medtronic does not violate a patent held by Edward Lifesciences, a German district court has ruled. The so-called Cribier patent invoked doesn’t cover the Medtronic CoreValve...
Best Buy has partnered with Microsoft to install small Windows stores in select locations, which will offer Windows-based PCs, tablets, accessories, and support from a Microsoft-trained staff.
The Eden Prairie-based 3D printing company is reportedly eyeing an acquisition that would expand its presence in the 3D modeling market.
Biomedical engineers at the University of Minnesota have developed new technology that allows people to move a flying robot using brain waves, a technology with potential to help those who have lost certain motor skills.
The delegation is tasked with exploring new trade opportunities, gathering market insights, acquiring business contacts for potential partnerships, and working to attract investment to Minnesota.
State officials hope to provide access to broadband of a minimum speed quality to all Minnesotans by 2015.
The company, whose app allows users to send digital cards and other customized communications, has recently expanded its business to include corporate customers.
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