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Monthly Archives: December 2014

Gadgets for the Guru: Tech Toys for Kids

December 19, 2014 |

Get your kids the one of the cool tech gadgets this holidays season!

 

 

 

Goji Play

Need to make exercising more fun for your teen? You can transform your old exercise bike that you never use into an amusement … Read More

CEO and President Barry Broome leaves GPEC, heads off to CA

December 18, 2014 |

The icon, the president and CEO of GPEC, Barry Broome is leaving AZ and taking off for the Greater Sacramento Area Economic Council as president and CEO.

Welp, the rumor is true.

Reported by Eric Jay Toll of Phoenix Business Journal, … Read More

XOXY self-credentialing app aims to protect daters from STDs and creepers

December 18, 2014 |

Co-written with Travis Arbon

You’ve met up a few times, there’s a connection, an attraction-after dinner and a few glasses of wine you’ve both made your way back to the apartment. “We’re totally having sex,” you think. You flip on the … Read More

Gadgets for the Guru: Holiday Gadgets Guide

December 18, 2014 |

The holiday season is upon us, so gear up and check out the latest gadgets that these awesome tech companies have to offer! From home automation to music to everything in between, this year’s Holiday Gadgets Guide will surely impress … Read More

U of A receives $20M gift to reach for the stars

December 18, 2014 |

A gift of $20 million from Richard F. Caris will support the University of Arizona’s (UA) participation in the Giant Magellan Telescope Observatory (GMT). The UA is one of eleven institutions that have come together to build the GMT, a … Read More

Crowd Mics wins Startup Connect AZ with a simple Q&A

December 17, 2014 |

Photography contribution by Travis Arbon 

At the Arizona Technology Council Startup Connect AZ event, five startups from around the state pitched against each other for cash, bragging rights and some good face time with investors, CEOs, educators and influencers.

In … Read More

Kingman High School robotics team wins $5,000 from The Chrysler Foundation

December 16, 2014 |

Kingman High School’s Bionic Bulldogs robotics team just landed a sweet score from The Chrysler Foundation after receiving $5,000 to participate in the FIRST Robotics Competition and FIRST Tech Challenge.

Imagine an event that combines frisbee chucking … Read More

Allbound secures $200K bringing jobs to AZ

December 16, 2014 |

Founder and CEO Scott Salkin of Allbound, a cloud-based marketing and sales automation tool for companies with indirect sales channels and reseller network, is no stranger to startups and the AZ tech community.

While he built IDS Marketing, he’s also delved … Read More

Last minute gifts your techie will love -video

December 15, 2014 |

It’s the week of frenzy for those last minute gifts. From wearables, video streaming and bluetooth speakers to kid-focused and on-the-go gadgets, we’ve compiled some of the hottest stocking stuffers you can grab this week for the tech savvy person.

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Colorado-based Arrow Electronics to move 65 jobs to Phoenix

December 15, 2014 |

Arrow Electronics, a Colorado-based company that offers electronics components and sales services, announced on Friday its plans to move 65 warehouse and assembly jobs to Phoenix.

The company purchased Syracuse, New York-based Seneca Data in August and is moving a … Read More