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Monthly Archives: July 2014

New toys emerge at TechShop from National Instruments partnership

July 16, 2014 |

Co-written with Becky Brisley

National Instruments (NI), a producer of automated equipment and virtual instrumentation software, is partnering with TechShop, a chain of member-based workshop spaces located throughout the country, to provide them with NI’s latest tech tools and training.

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Tech that can make you itch

July 15, 2014 |

While most associate a nickel allergy with earrings, piercings or zippers, more tech companies are coming under attack for their use of particular metals that interact with our skin.

According to the Associated Press one of the most popular tablets on … Read More

Beamz raises $1M to expand to edu and healthcare market

July 15, 2014 |

Beamz Interactive, a state-of-the-art interactive music product and technology company, announced today the completion of a $1M dollar raise to boost sales and marketing efforts in the education and healthcare market. Out of the investment, $600,000 came from outside investors, … Read More

Tucson’s Raytheon awarded $80 million to build more defense missiles for U.S.A.F.

July 15, 2014 |

Raytheon Company, a Tucson technology and innovation leader specializing in defense, security and civil markets around the globe, announced yesterday that the U.S. Air Force has awarded them $80 million to create 200 additional MALD-J (Miniature Air Launched Decoy Jammer) … Read More

Stay plugged in with these summer travel gadgets – video – Fox 10 News

July 14, 2014 |

With the new regulation from TSA requiring passengers to fly with powered mobile devices, you might want to take along some additional gear to make it through the checkpoint with ease. Kristy Siefkin, Fox 10 Phoenix, stopped by to checkout … Read More

Google and Maker Media offer free summer online science camp for kids

July 14, 2014 |

Rockets, virtual space visits and experimenting with paper circuits are just a few of the many activities that teens are able to explore though this summer’s Maker Camp, a free online camp that encourages the exploration of the tinkering tech … Read More

Startup Weekend Chandler begins July 18

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Startup Weekend, an event where entrepreneurs are challenged to create a business model over a few days (and long nights), will be hosted by local coworking space Gangplank in Chandler starting on July 18.

If you haven’t been a part … Read More

Ex-PetSmart executive acquires and becomes CEO of Phoenix’s CyberMark International

July 14, 2014 |

A longtime PetSmart executive has recently acquired and is now acting CEO of Phoenix-based CyberMark. CyberMark is a full-service Internet marketing agency that works with small to midsize businesses in search engine optimization, website development, video production, pay-per-click advertising, reputation … Read More

Startup Pure Chat all a buzz reaching 1M chat milestone

July 11, 2014 |

While larger service providers have dedicated live chat customer service representatives on hand awaiting to help you, the majority of businesses do not have that extra cash to keep someone on standby. However, in order to stay more connected to ones’ customers, … Read More

ACA chooses four tech companies for AZ Fast Grant

July 11, 2014 |

The Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA) has chosen four tech companies as the recipients for the highly competitive AZ Fast Grant, a grant that provides Arizona-based early stage companies with resources to grow their business.

The grant allows these companies to seek … Read More