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Hunt Valley case maker keeps iPhone secrets [Links Roundup]

Plus: new categories for the InvestMaryland Challenge.

The Ventev penna case for iPhone 6, which comes out today. (Photo courtesy of Ventev Mobile)


VIDEO: InvestMaryland Challenge returns with new categories [MDBIZ News]: “The InvestMaryland Challenge is back. In its third year, the State-sponsored competition will again award $100,000 prizes to Maryland’s top early-stage businesses, Governor Martin O’Malley, Lt. Governor Anthony Brown and Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED) Secretary Dominick Murray announced Wednesday.”

This Hunt Valley iPhone case maker has to fit its products to Apple’s secret specs [Baltimore Business Journal]: “Every day is a gamble when part of your business revolves around a company with as many secrets as Apple Inc. That’s the case for Ventev Mobile. The Hunt Valley company, a division of TESSCO Technologies, sells cases, chargers and other accessories for smartphones, including Apple’s iPhone.”

Columbia’s Lotame has an answer for advertisers trying to reach people across multiple devices [Baltimore Business Journal]: “Columbia data management firm Lotame has a way to track Web browsers across devices and thinks everyone is going to want in on the secret.”

Companies: Maryland Department of Commerce / Lotame Solutions, Inc. / Apple

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