Hiawatha Bray

Bray is a technology writer for the Business section. He has contributed to a number of newspapers and magazines including Wired, Fast Company and Black Enterprise. He received an Overseas Press Club award for his series on the Internet in Africa.

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A decade of dispute ends with Akamai winning $51 million

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A US district court issued a final judgement in Akamai’s patent case against Arizona-based Limelight Networks Inc.


Segway’s safer, smarter hoverboard offers a plush ride

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Designed not to burn your house down, the miniPRO is made for people with money to burn.

Bedford solar cell company makes silicon deal

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Bedford-based 1366 Technologies Inc., which makes silicon wafers for solar power cells, has struck up a partnership with Wacker Chemie AG, a German provider of raw silicon. Wacker will become 1366’s primary source of high-purity polysilicon.

Chipping in to grow a better tomato

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The sweet, tart flavor of a ripe tomato is one of those pleasures of summer. Just not to Rob O’Reilly.