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Posts ByChloe Nordquist - AZ Tech Beat

Change the music in your car with your eyes — CES 2016

January 14, 2016 |

One thing the new cars at CES 2016 had in common was digital integration and display. From dashboard integration to app connectivity, each car company had their own take on how to help users feel more in touch while driving.

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Keep in tune with your health at home — CES 2016 health tech

January 8, 2016 |

Forget constant visits to sterile doctor’s offices. The integration between technology and health is letting consumers have the option of keeping in tune with their body themselves from the comfort of their own home.

Check your temperature in two seconds … Read More

Beauty tech lights up CES 2016

January 7, 2016 |

Lights, camera, action! The use of a variety of lighting solutions is playing a big role in some of the newest beauty tech gadgets. Here are some of the beauty tech items we saw during CES 2016, from lighting that … Read More

Robots that do the dirty work — CES 2016 robotics slideshow

January 6, 2016 |

From grill-cleaning robots to robots that defied gravity, the CES 2016 robotics section had companies with an interesting array of tasks. Robots have been developed for all sorts of purposes with the goal of helping humans with everyday tasks. In the first … Read More

Get a better night’s rest with sleep tech – CES 2016

January 6, 2016 |

Video contribution by Xavier Smith

Having trouble falling asleep? Want to see how much REM sleep you get each night? Technology now lets you do all that, from tracking your sleep to finding out when your elderly parent is going to … Read More

Get GEAR-ed up with Samsung’s new geek gadgets

January 6, 2016 |

From being immersed in 360 degree scenes to staying connected over a 3G connection through your watch, two of Samsung’s newest gadgets released at CES 2016 are helping tech geeks gear up.

On the heels of the GEAR VR, powered by Oculus, released in Q4 of … Read More

Concierge service for seniors Envoy expands to Phoenix, raises $3M

December 29, 2015 |

From running errands to picking up groceries, simple tasks can become increasingly difficult for seniors. Envoy, the senior care concierge platform designed to aid in everyday duties, expanded to Phoenix.

“Envoy is a family concierge service designed for seniors … Read More

Wearable health tech startup teleScrypts expanding pilot to Africa

December 28, 2015 |

A Phoenix-based med tech startup is working to provide healthcare access for low resource communities, starting with a pilot community in Tanzania.

TeleScrypts is piloting with 5,000 of the last hunter gatherers called the Hadza population in Tanzania. This is the … Read More

Incubator for Veterans expanding to Phoenix

December 22, 2015 | 1

Bunker Labs, an incubator that helps entrepreneurial Veterans, is expanding their efforts to Phoenix. The nonprofit currently has locations in Philadelphia, Austin, and Kansas City among others.

“There were a handful of us who were involved in Veterans entrepreneurship and … Read More

Top 10 finalists announced for Fall 2015 Arizona Innovation Challenge

December 10, 2015 | 1

Ten finalists were announced today for the bi-annual Arizona Innovation Challenge held by the Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA). This time around 131 companies applied from Arizona, California, Ohio, Utah and Virginia. It was whittled down to 25 semifinalists in October … Read More