No new technology approved for the schools

School technology may take a big hit this year. The Southborough schools originally requested $205K for capital technology projects like replacing desktops and network equipment. It was an amount that Director of Technology Jean Tower said would keep them “barely treading water.” But the Board of Selectmen and Advisory Committee have since slashed the schools’ Read the full article → from No new technology approved for the schools

Wireless antennas proposed for Pilgrim

You can see the Pilgrim church steeple poking above the trees from all across town. Which is probably why Verizon Wireless wants to place cell antennas there. Verizon has proposed three panel antennas be housed within the steeple along with “associated telecommunications equipment.” If you want more information on the Verizon proposal, see this public Read the full article → from Wireless antennas proposed for Pilgrim

Get your magazine fix digitally thanks to Southborough company

New technology developed by a Southborough company lets you view magazines digitally. The new site called coverleaf.com, lets you browse a digital bookshelf, view the table of contents and excerpts of magazines, and then subscribe to view the entire magazine. You can manage digital or print subscriptions in one place — handy for someone who Read the full article → from Get your magazine fix digitally thanks to Southborough company

Southborough resident’s discovery makes troops safer

While on tour in Iraq, Southborough native Jason Cox developed a technique for detecting improvised explosives that uses infrared imaging. The technique allows troops to identify roadside bombs from a safer distance. Cox was recently honored for his work with the US Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal. Read the full story in the Boston Read the full article → from Southborough resident’s discovery makes troops safer

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