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Josh Moody's Overwatch App Ready to Hit Market

Josh Moody's Overwatch App Ready to Hit Market
Josh Moody explains his Overwatch combat gaming app at Wednesday's 1 Million Cups event at the Little Rock Regional Chamber of Commerce.

Gamers can expect to see the free Overwatch combat gaming app in the iTunes store within a couple of weeks, Overwatch CEO Josh Moody told his 1 Million Cups audience Wednesday in Little Rock.
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Aurora Digital Signage Partners with Verizon for Internet Coverage

The partnership with Verizon will enable Aurora clients to use the Verizon Wireless network to power their digital signage and eliminate the need to run internal cables.
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Alma Firm Receives Federal Grant for 'Quad Rider'

InvoTek, a research and development firm from Alma, has received a $175,000 federal grant for development of the "Quad Rider," a gear and braking device that helps people with disabilities safely operate a handcycle.
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