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What you’ll actually buy for yourself from CES 2016

January 11, 2016 |

While TVs, cars and virtual reality were bright spotlights at CES 2016, there are plenty of other gadgets that the tech consumers will see on the shelves later in the year and want to add to their home and lifestyle. Aside … Read More

AZ-based eye-tracking software empowers handicapped individuals – CES 2016

January 8, 2016 | 1

Last year at CES we reported on Arizona-based EyeTech Digital Systems and their groundbreaking eye-tracking technology. Eye-tracking tech is steadily maneuvering its way into several aspects of technology like television, cars, and gaming. This year, EyeTech is back with even … Read More

UA researchers use sound waves to unlock secrets of the brain

January 4, 2016 |

Researchers at the University of Arizona are working on a new brain-scanning technology that could potentially revolutionize the way neuroscientists study the human brain.  

The emerging technology, acoustoelectric brain imaging or ABI, works similarly to the ultrasound technology doctors … Read More

Virtual Reality gifts for your gamer – video

November 30, 2015 |

Virtual reality is best known in the gaming world for its immersive real-life environment, but now it’s being used in education, healthcare, big brand advertising, even football players are practicing in a virtual world off season. While we are all … 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

Make it, fail, make it again, sell it – interview with UAT Provost Dr. David Bolman

November 11, 2015 |

Video contribution by Xavier Smith

Building a product, having it fail, going back to the drawing board and then figuring out how to get it to market is a “been there done that” mindset when a student leaves the University of … Read More

TASER’s Axon platform boosting revenue in 3rd quarter

November 3, 2015 |

With more police departments ordering body camera systems for their officers and patrol cars and additional products to the Axon segment line, TASER, the Scottsdale-based company that develops innovative public safety technologies, is realizing a jump in earnings for the … Read More

Phoenicians take to Twitter after the Great Quake of Phoenix #WeWillRebuild

November 2, 2015 |

We have snow storms, floods and Haboobs, but earthquakes? Really?

According to the USGS, three earthquakes ranging from 3.2 to 4.1 magnitude shook under Black Canyon City last night, waking Phoenicians to shaking walls and a rumble that made some think there was … Read More

2nd annual AZTB Startup Bus Tour is ready to roll Nov. 5th – tickets on sale

October 22, 2015 |

Az Tech Beat is ready to roll with the 2nd Startup Bus Tour! We take 40 of the top tech startups/founders around the Valley on a tour at cool tech companies and give them 1:1 time with top executives, investors … Read More

Twazer, a Craigslist for college students, launches at UA

October 20, 2015 |

There’s Craigslist, eBay and Amazon, and now there’s an e-commerce app that’s tailored specifically to the college student population.

Peer-to-peer and geo-location marketplace Twazer has created a space where users are required to have an .edu login email in order … Read More