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Research Triangle Park, N.C. — WRAL TechWire has expanded again, this time with a LinkedIn site.
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From its launch in January 2002, Local Tech Wire as it was known then offered a daily email update that we called “First Edition.”
Recently, we added "PM" headlines as well.
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With the advent of Twitter, the renamed WRAL TechWire began offering a Twitter news feed.
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