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AZ Tech Beat | February 21, 2020

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Posts ByRyan Loebe - 33/35 - AZ Tech Beat

Startup BevDog brings foodies real-time deals to their smartphone

January 24, 2014 |

Want to plan a night out with friends or maybe an intimate evening with a significant other, but you can’t find an establishment that has a good deal? Bevdog is your one stop directory for all happy hours and special … Read More

Danica Patrick, body builders & spray tans – a preview of GoDaddy’s ‘Get Found’ Super Bowl ads

January 22, 2014 | 1

GoDaddy’s Super Bowl ads have been the talk of the town for years now, and this year is no exception. With their resident spokesperson in all her muscular glory, Danica Patrick is transformed into a GoDaddy Body Builder for their … Read More

Startup BlueSpark helps young student athletes prepare for college

January 22, 2014 |

Athletic grooming is becoming more competitive, with kids starting to train in their field of sport as young as middle school; but it is during high school where the real competition starts. Scouting and researching for colleges with the best … Read More

LawLogix software appoints veteran financier as new CFO

January 21, 2014 |

LawLogix Group, Inc., a leading Software as a Service (SaaS) provider to immigration attorneys and human resource professionals, announced the appointment of finance veteran Chris Scoggin as Chief Financial Officer. In the newly created role, Scoggin will oversee all financial … Read More

Robot insects and drones take flight at CES 2014

January 17, 2014 |

Drones and robotics are slowly but surely gaining traction into the mainstream market by making them more user-friendly and giving the products novelty features that consumers are beginning to notice. Who knew drones could be fun?

At CES 2014, Parrot … Read More

AZ Tech Council event to help remove and recycle your E-Waste – January 18th

January 16, 2014 |

As we well know, the hottest holiday gifts this year were in the electronic spectrum, with new tablets, computers, and cell phones leading the pack-but how does someone dispose of their old devices? The Arizona Technology Council has an answer … Read More

GoDaddy hires industry veteran Arne Josefsberg as new CIO

January 15, 2014 | 1

GoDaddy, the Web’s largest platform for small businesses, has hired technology industry veteran Arne Josefsberg as its new Executive Vice President, Chief Infrastructure Officer and Chief Information Officer. Josefsberg brings extensive expertise in building scalable cloud computing environments, data centers, … Read More

4K and 5K TVs – the future of television

January 14, 2014 |

Since the middle of the 1900s, the television has cemented its legacy into American culture to provide each individual with an amazing entertainment experience. From black and white to color, and antenna to satellite, the television’s evolution is still flourishing. Step … Read More

Software cos listed as finalists in the Industry Leaders of Arizona Awards

January 14, 2014 |

The Industry Leaders of Arizona Awards, presented by AZ Business magazine and the Premier Sponsors, recognizes the contributions and impact of Arizona-based companies. The ILoA Awards focus on five different industries each year and distinguish Arizona-based companies for their innovation and … Read More

ASU awarded $1M grant from Department of Defense

January 14, 2014 |

The United States Department of Defense has awarded Arizona State University a $1 million dollar grant to create a new Pracademic Center of Excellence in Technology Transfer (PACE/T2). PACE/T2 will leverage ASU’s proven method and record of success to support … Read More