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AZ Tech Beat | November 24, 2017

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Posts ByBecky Brisley - AZ Tech Beat

3D print a house, car… or a heart

September 16, 2014 |

The evolution of 3D printing has been accelerating, from faster print times to more precise detail in finished pieces. With footprints forming in medical breakthroughs, innovative and sustainable home construction, and even printable treats, the once niche craft is also … Read More

Startup GESDATE help farmers manage herd hookups via mooobile

July 31, 2014 |

GESDATE LLC, a Gilbert-based startup, is getting in the agriculture/livestock industry and built a  mobile and web application to help farmers with herd management. The app and BI web portal allows breeders to manage data affiliated with their herd.

“Our … Read More

Selfie, skinny, filter, emboss – top photo apps from AZ

July 29, 2014 | 2

You don’t need to be a professional to have fun with photography; if you have a smartphone, you too can create stills that tell a story. From simple selfies to elegant snapshots, check out the following photo apps from AZ … Read More

Startup Solution 54 keeps it local and helps you find that rad snowboard

July 28, 2014 |

Have you ever walked into a local shop with a specific item in mind, let’s say a snowboard? The store might have amazing products, but not the perfect one you had in mind. So you leave the store disappointed without … Read More

Founder of horror game GRAVE – how to get fully funded on Kickstarter

July 23, 2014 |

Ghastly creatures and apocalyptic wastelands will now come fully to life after the successful Kickstarter campaign from Grave–an innovative, open-world horror game.

Developed by local gaming company Broken Window Studios, the project ended in April with 1,111 backers raising $37,662 … Read More

Gear up for school with these AZ-based edu tech tools

July 22, 2014 |

Edu tech startups have been thriving in Arizona, with many receiving funding through incubators and grants to pursue their endeavors. We gathered a list of just a few of the young educational technology companies and how they are helping students … Read More

Prehistoric creatures come alive at Phoenix Makes Games Jam

July 21, 2014 |

Developers and creatives alike gathered for 48 hours at the ASU Digital Culture studio this past weekend to bring prototypes of original video games to life with their dinosaur-themed games at the first annual Phoenix Makes Games Jam, hosted by … Read More

Hypoxic founder shares secrets to Kickstarter success

July 17, 2014 |

Let’s start a Kickstarter campaign! Maybe people will give us money to build the company! While many founders have tried and failed this route, there are a few that brought in the cash to take their company to the next level.

AZTB … 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

July 14, 2014 | 1

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