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Posts ByJesse A. Millard - 4/6 - AZ Tech Beat

Phoenix says to feed the meter with your smartphone

February 12, 2015 |

Instead of rummaging through your car’s upholstery for spare change to feed the parking meter when you’re in downtown Phoenix, try Pango Parking. The City of Phoenix recently partnered with Pango USA, a mobile application, to make paying for parking … Read More

Lumension and FrontRange merger brings new jobs to Scottsdale

February 12, 2015 |

Scottsdale based IT security provider Lumension and IT infrastructure organizer FrontRange have teamed up and merged to create HEAT Software.

HEAT Software will be headquartered in California with offices staying in Scottsdale where Lumension was formerly headquartered. After the merger, … Read More

Thryve Next accelerator selects startups with lasers, x-ray cameras and optical fibers

February 10, 2015 |

Startup Tucson selected twelve lucky organizations to be the first inductees in their Thryve Next growth accelerator to be trained and mentored.

Thryve programs provide entrepreneurs the tools to take their innovations to the next level and are based on a curriculum … Read More

ASU ties community together with Startup Summit

February 9, 2015 |

Myriads of student entrepreneurs gathered at Arizona State’s Tempe campus this past weekend for seminars and one-on one-mentor sessions and the ultimate chance to network at Changemaker Central’s ASU Startup Summit.

The event was centered around those who work on … Read More

Silicon Valley and Southwest venture capitalists to speak at TiE VC Funding Roundtable event

February 7, 2015 | 1

Prominent venture capitalists will be coming to Arizona February 17th for TiE AZ 13th Annual Venture Capital Funding Roundtable to network, meet local entrepreneurs and critique local startup’s pitches.

Aside from all the networking and panel discussions, local startups Force … Read More

Leigh Heyman on how the White House engages its constituents

February 6, 2015 |

Photo contribution by Thomas Hawthorne

Digital Summit Phoenix had attendees on the edge of their seat as the man in charge of the WhiteHouse.gov discussed keeping your audience in the conversation.

Director of the New Media Technologies for the White House Leigh … Read More

Rob Humphrey wants you to Share, share, share, to make those sales

February 6, 2015 |

Photo contributions from Thomas Hawthorne

After taking credit for deflating the football at this year’s AFC Championship game, Rob Humphrey spoke to a packed amphitheater at this year’s Digital Summit about one thing and one thing only- sharing.

Everyone loves … Read More

EyeTech DS releases multi-user eye tracking system for gaming – video

February 5, 2015 |

Video contribution from Thomas Hawthorne

As technology progresses further and further, those with life-changing medical conditions are increasingly impacted in a meaningful and helpful way.

Mesa-based Eyetech Digital Systems has been creating eye tracking technology since 1996, and their eye tracking … Read More

Eye tracking device to diagnose concussions on the sidelines

February 3, 2015 |

Photo and Video contribution by Thomas Hawthorne

Eye tracking technology has been used for nearly everything from tracking strokes to researching drivers’ behaviors. Now, thanks to Scottsdale-based startup Saccadous, that emerged out of the ASU Furnace program, their mobile eye … Read More

E-bikes zoom through Super Bowl XLIX

January 29, 2015 |

If you’ve seen dozens of people effortlessly zooming by on bicycles at this week’s Super Bowl festivities fear not, they are not Tour cyclists showing off. They’re probably riding one of EVantage USA’s Polaris electric bicycles.

EVantage teamed up with … Read More