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(CIX: WRAL30)  1,137.74    (0 %)  Updated: 08:10 PM EST, Nov 25 2014
(NQ: Apple)  117.60  down arrow-1.03  (-0.86 %)  Updated: 08:10 PM EST, Nov 25 2014
(NY: QUINTILES)  57.75  up arrow+0.16  (0.28 %)  Updated: 06:40 PM EST, Nov 25 2014
(OP: BASF SE)  93.13  up arrow+0.37  (0.39 %)  Updated: 05:20 PM EST, Nov 25 2014
(NQ: BioCryst)  11.16  up arrow+0.54  (5.08 %)  Updated: 08:10 PM EST, Nov 25 2014
(NQ: BioDelivery)  14.95  up arrow+0.16  (1.08 %)  Updated: 08:10 PM EST, Nov 25 2014
(NQ: CEMP)  13.90  up arrow+0.13  (0.94 %)  Updated: 08:10 PM EST, Nov 25 2014
(NQ: Cisco Systems)  27.28  up arrow+0.25  (0.92 %)  Updated: 08:10 PM EST, Nov 25 2014
(NQ: Cree)  36.46  down arrow-0.1  (-0.27 %)  Updated: 08:10 PM EST, Nov 25 2014
(NQ: DARA)  0.76  down arrow-0.04  (-4.4 %)  Updated: 08:10 PM EST, Nov 25 2014
(NY: EMC CORPORATION)  29.89  up arrow+0.02  (0.07 %)  Updated: 06:40 PM EST, Nov 25 2014
(NQ: Extreme Networks)  3.66  down arrow-0.04  (-1.08 %)  Updated: 08:10 PM EST, Nov 25 2014
(NQ: FB)  75.63  up arrow+1.62  (2.19 %)  Updated: 08:10 PM EST, Nov 25 2014
(NY: GLAXOSMITHKLINE)  46.28  up arrow+0.01  (0.02 %)  Updated: 06:40 PM EST, Nov 25 2014
(NQ: GOOG)  541.08  up arrow+1.81  (0.34 %)  Updated: 08:10 PM EST, Nov 25 2014
(NY: IBM)  161.76  down arrow-0.39  (-0.24 %)  Updated: 06:40 PM EST, Nov 25 2014
(NY: LH)  100.53  down arrow-1.13  (-1.11 %)  Updated: 06:40 PM EST, Nov 25 2014
(OP: Lenovo Group)  27.48  down arrow-0.04  (-0.15 %)  Updated: 05:20 PM EST, Nov 25 2014
(NY: MRK)  59.34  up arrow+0.09  (0.15 %)  Updated: 06:40 PM EST, Nov 25 2014
(NQ: Microsoft Corp)  47.47  down arrow-0.12  (-0.25 %)  Updated: 08:10 PM EST, Nov 25 2014
(NQ: NTAP)  43.08  up arrow+0.45  (1.06 %)  Updated: 08:10 PM EST, Nov 25 2014
(NY: NOVARTIS AG)  95.04  up arrow+0.27  (0.28 %)  Updated: 06:40 PM EST, Nov 25 2014
(OP: Novozymes A/S)  46.18  down arrow-0.3  (-0.65 %)  Updated: 05:20 PM EST, Nov 25 2014
(NY: PFIZER)  30.47  up arrow+0.25  (0.83 %)  Updated: 06:40 PM EST, Nov 25 2014
(NQ: Pozen)  8.97  down arrow-0.06  (-0.66 %)  Updated: 08:10 PM EST, Nov 25 2014
(NY: RED HAT)  62.00  down arrow-0.34  (-0.55 %)  Updated: 06:40 PM EST, Nov 25 2014
(NQ: BBRY)  10.36  down arrow-0.05  (-0.48 %)  Updated: 08:10 PM EST, Nov 25 2014
(NQ: Salix)  102.34  down arrow-0.57  (-0.55 %)  Updated: 08:10 PM EST, Nov 25 2014
(NQ: SQI)  14.90  down arrow-0.26  (-1.72 %)  Updated: 08:10 PM EST, Nov 25 2014
3:31 p.m. yesterday

You asked for it: TechWire made for reading on your mobile device

Now, the coverage you've come to expect online at WRALTechWire.com and in your morning and afternoon email, is delivered in a format designed especially for Android users. Download the app for free today in the Google Play store.

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3:40 p.m. yesterday

Grifols' $370M Clayton plant receives FDA approval

Blood therapeutics company Grifols has received approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to sell products in the United States that are produced at Grifols' $370 million Clayton manufacturing addition, according to a news report.

Inside a Grifols plant Inside a Grifols plant

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Updated 3:06 p.m. yesterday

Thanksgiving travel woes? There's an app for that

Apple's bigger-than-ever iPhones    Traveling by plane, train or automobile can be a headache. Mixing in Thanksgiving can make it a throbbing migraine. Technology provides some pain relief in the form of apps to let you know which roads are clogged, what gate your flight leaves from and whether trains are running on time.

11:25 a.m. yesterday

Automakers aim to drive away vehicle computer hackers

Automakers are betting heavily that consumers will want not just the maps and music playlists of today but also Internet-enabled vehicles that stream movies and the turn dictation into email. The federal government wants to require cars to send each other electronic messages warning of dangers on the road.

Automakers take on car hackers Automakers take on car hackers

Updated 11:18 a.m. yesterday

'Shared economy' challenges Raleigh on regulatory issues

"We haven't kept up with all the technology with the 'shared economy,'" City Councilwoman Mary-Ann Baldwin says after Raleigh receives complaint about Airbnb online room sharing service.

Mary-Ann Baldwin Mary-Ann Baldwin

6:15 a.m. yesterday

Cirrus Pharmaceuticals adds clinical-scale manufacturing

Morrisville-based Cirrus Pharmaceuticals, a pharmaceutical contract development company, is converting about 700 square feet of lab space at its Morrisville site for flexible clinical-scale drug manufacturing.

Drug manufacturing Drug manufacturing

6:00 a.m. yesterday

Unidentified country likely behind spying software

Network security   Cyber-security researchers say they've identified a highly sophisticated computer hacking program that appears to have been used by an as-yet unidentified government to spy on banks, telecommunications companies, official agencies and other organizations around the world.

Tags: Internet
Updated 7:19 p.m. Monday

Raleigh antenna-maker allowing more cable customers to cut the cord

Mohu Mohu, a Raleigh-based startup that has developed a series of HDTV antennas designed to help people "cut the cord" with cable and enjoy over-the-air TV for free, is now available at Best Buy.

Updated 7:17 a.m. Monday

Ag giant Syngenta, which has big RTP campus, to cut up to 1,800 jobs

Agrochemical giant Syngenta, which has been aggressively growing its corporate presence in Research Triangle Park, will cut as many as 1,800 jobs, its chief executive officer announced Monday.

Growing corn at Syngenta's new lab Growing corn at Syngenta's new lab

7:05 a.m. Monday

Net neutrality: The Republican view at the FCC

The Broadband Report      The issue of "net neutrality," or Internet regulation as advocated by President Obama continues to divide the FCC. Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler, a Democrat appointed by the President, is trying to find a middle road on Internet oversight after a previous attempt was struck down in the courts. But he has warned that the 'big dogs" - service providers such as AT&T and Time Warner Cable, are likely to sue no matter what the FCC proposes. In a speech last week to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce;s Telecom and Ecommerce Committee, Republican Commissioner Michael O'Reilly spelled out his views.

7:00 a.m. Monday

Premium Lock NetApp doubling down on cloud, analytics, convergence

Analysis: NetApp has repositioned its portfolio to take advantage of opportunity by emphasizing its cloud, analytics and converged capabilities. Research Analyst Stephen Belanger takes an in-depth look at the storage technology firm, which has a major presence in RTP.

'UnboundCloud' is part of NetApp's cloud strategy 'UnboundCloud' is part of NetApp's cloud strategy

6:50 a.m. Monday

Premium Lock Now in 43 states, NeoNova continues to grow

NeoNova The cloud-services provider named three new customers on Monday that now expands the Raleigh-based company's reach in 43 states throughout the country.

6:45 a.m. Monday

2014 Gift Guide: Three ways to watch streaming video on TV

Even casual viewers of online video will appreciate the ability to watch it on a big-screen TV. For about $100, you can get a great streaming TV device to do that. Or for about a third of that, you can get a pretty good one. Content selection varies, but all offer such basics as Netflix, Hulu and YouTube. After trying out 10 streaming devices, Associated Press technology writer Anick Jesdanun has three recommendations and an honorable mention.

Digital Life-Gift Guide-Streaming TV Players Digital Life-Gift Guide-Streaming TV Players

Updated 6:32 a.m. Monday

Flush the smell: Kohler introduces odor-eating toilet seat

A Kohler toilet Blow out the candle and ditch the aerosol can. Kohler Co. has introduced a deodorizing toilet seat that it says eliminates embarrassing bathroom odors and the need for candles and sprays to cover them up.

6:30 a.m. Monday

Will Startup Factory grad IMNEXT be the Uber of contracting?

ExitEvent's new logo The latest cohort of startups are moving on from The Startup Factory accelerator in Durham. ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman profiles IMNEXT, one of the latest five.

6:20 a.m. Monday

Week in review: WRAL TechWire's 50 latest headlines

Week in review Some local websites run one or two tech stories per day. Others a few more but mixed with a variety of business news. At WRAL TechWire, tech and life science make up the menu with nearly 50 stories published over the last five business days. Here's a look back at technology, life science and other related news as reported in WRAL TechWire last week.

6:10 a.m. Monday

Making news? Have an opinion? Share it with WRAL TechWire

Contribute to WRALTechWire WRALTechWire is continuously expanding its content lineup, and we want you to participate. We are looking for news and analysis about all things tech and life science from people who know their business.

6:00 a.m. Monday

Trending in tech: Connect with WRAL TechWire across social media

WRAL TechWire is social media friendly. From its launch 12 years ago, Local Tech Wire as it was known then has offered a daily email blast. Adding a news feed on Twitter brought on more readers. We've recently added a PM email blast, too. With Facebook, readers have a new channel to follow our news. Now there is LinkedIn as well.

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Updated November 21

Obama's immigration moves don't satisfy tech sector, entrepreneurs

Immigration President Obama's changes in immigration don't go far enough to satisfy the high-tech sector, which has been demanding more visas. Entrepreneurs and venture capitalists had sought broader changes as well.

November 21

#WTWTrends: Follow Friday, Smart Cities, Aereo, NC Birthday, Christmas Parade Trending in the Triangle

Trending in the Triangle Trending in the Triangle: Get the pulse of technology in the Triangle with the best in local technology, venture, biotech, and life science news on Friday, Nov. 21, 2014 as curated by @WRALTechWire.

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