New Jersey Gives Innovation a Zone of It's Own

According to a NJ Spotlight article, increasingly New Jersey is offering incentives for tech companies to locate around Universities, creating de facto innovation zones, where universities lend their resources to fledgling companies.

Bulgarian Hacker Returns to NJ in Massive 2004 Stolen Credit Card Ring

A 30-year-old Bulgarian computer hacker appeared in Federal Court last week in connection with a massive cyber identify theft ring that trafficked in at least 1.5 million stolen credit and bank cards. The article is reposted with permission here.

Every Casino in NJ Wants to Offer Online Gambling, State Says

Every casino in New Jersey wants to offer online gambling, state officials announced today. Atlantic City’s dozen casinos had until today to apply to the Division of Gaming Enforcement to be a part of the first round of approvals

Law Firm Fox Rothschild Launches NJ Specific App to Help Clients through Divorce Legalities

The Family Law practice in the Roseland, N.J. office of the law firm Fox-Rothschild has released New Jersey Divorce app, an app specific to the state, designed to provide users with helpful resources and accessible tools for every stage of the divorce process. The app is available for free download from the iTunes store.

Juniper Gives Two Scholarships to NJ Students Who Will Major in Engineering

Juniper Networks, whose OpenLab facility is in Bridgewater, gave out two $5000 scholarships to NJ students who will major in engineering.

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