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Monthly Archives: November 2015

Seed Spot expanding social impact platform to US

November 18, 2015 |

Seed Spot, a social impact incubator, has announced plans to expand their entrepreneurship program nationally, even internationally, in the years ahead. Cities such as San Diego, Boise, and even Warsaw have expressed interest in bringing the Seed Spot model to … Read More

Trapp Technology acquires Arizona Mac management service provider

November 18, 2015 |

Trapp Technology has made their second acquisition this month. The Scottsdale-based solutions provider acquired Centramax, LLC, one of the largest Mac management service providers in the Valley.

The company has a national client base spanning healthcare, business markets, and advertising.

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AfterMaster TV purifies your audio experience in the home and on-the-go

November 18, 2015 |

As a Marvel Comics action movie enthusiast, watching The Avengers or Iron Man on a flat screen TV brings with it a constant thumb battle with the remote to adjust the volume up and down in between explosions and dialogue.

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CO+HOOTS announces Spring 2016 expansion plans

November 17, 2015 |

CO+HOOTS, downtown Phoenix’s largest co-working community, is expanding to midtown Phoenix.

The No. 2-ranked co-working space in the nation (No. 9-ranked in the world) is adding a second location at 221 E. Indianola. Set to open in Spring 2016 near … Read More

Eggcyte personal cloud device partners with Jaguar Land Rover for the connected car

November 17, 2015 |

In the age of the connected car, Eggcyte, the personal cloud device, announced today at the Connected Car Expo in Los Angeles, CA, they partnered up with luxury auto brands Jaguar Land Rover and its “Innovation Incubator” to bring their … Read More

A green-faced witch your tablet and kids will love – updated – video

November 16, 2015 |

Video editing contribution Xavier Smith

Fairytale witches are known for their wicked and villainous ways, irrevocable spells and broomstick flying skills, but not Heckerty.

Heckerty is a 409 year-old, green-faced witch who bumbles through life with her inept magic skills, generally … Read More

Challenge Cup AZ names 1st round of winners

November 16, 2015 |

Co-written Tishin Donkersley

The Arizona technology community of co-working spaces, incubators and startups came together this past Saturday for the inaugural Challenge Cup AZ where startups from around Arizona competed for a seat in the next round held in San Francisco.

Co-hosted … Read More

Gadgets for the Guru: Fall Traveler edition

November 13, 2015 |

Temperatures have dropped, Thanksgiving preparation has begun and more and more people are heading out-of-town. From portable power to smart luggage, here are some tech gadgets that can make any plane ride or road trip as comfortable as possible for … Read More

Tucson tech dominates Arizona Technology Council’s 2015 GCOI awards

November 12, 2015 |

Bear Down everyone, technology from Tucson was in the spotlight tonight at the Arizona Technology Council 2015 Governor’s Celebration of Innovation Awards.

In conjunction with the Arizona Commerce Authority, the AZ Tech Council (AZTC) presented innovator awards to technology companies … Read More

Bonanza Educational brings Legos and tech together

November 12, 2015 |

Whether it’s building the Millennium Falcon or a walking robot, Legos can be used for educational purposes and as an outlet for teaching technology.

Chandler-based educational enrichment program company Bonanza Educational, LLC is providing a multitude of programs for students … Read More