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AZ Tech Beat | July 24, 2017

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Tishin Donkersley

Tishin Donkersley

Tishin Donkersley, M.A. is the Editor for AZ Tech Beat and Founder of Elements Communication. She is an award-winning journalist with over 14 years of experience in media. She has been seen on national and local TV networks and featured on radio, blogs, web radio and expert panels. Tishin is better known around town as a storyteller, connector of good people, energizer, educator and balancer of zen with a flip flop vibe. editor@aztechbeat.com @TishinD

Posts By Tishin Donkersley

Axosoft’s GitKraken gives developers an undo button for screw ups – launches private beta – update

January 18, 2016 |

The option to undo mistakes with the click of a button is one that software engineers haven’t had before when making changes in Git, until today.

Axosoft, the project management software company, released their new developer tool GitKraken, in private … Read More

Art meets co-working at The Department

January 15, 2016 |

As the elevator doors opened on the 6th floor at 1 North 1st street, I felt that I’d walked into a super-sized studio apartment with a modern flare that housed buzzing startups on the perimeter and beautifully designed furniture in … Read More

No more app integration, Bolste launches all-in-one team communication tool

January 13, 2016 |

Slaying the dragon of endless email is just one of the many challenges of streamlining team communication. Add in daily engagement with other productive app services such as DropBox, Evernote, Slack and BaseCamp, you have one chaotic dragon farm to … Read More

GoDaddy wants to design your logo for cheap

January 13, 2016 |

For a small business owner, hiring a graphic designer to create a company logo may cost hundreds to thousands of dollars-a cost many aren’t ready or willing to spend.

GoDaddy, the largest technology provider dedicated to the little guy, announced … Read More

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

ClearVoice closes $1.1M round led by Peak Ventures

January 11, 2016 |

Co-founders Jay Swansson and Joe Griffin launched ClearVoice back in 2014, an end-to-end content marketing platform solution, in Phoenix. Since then, their lean team has grown the company without little investment in sales and marketing and is on track to … Read More

Robots kids and parents could fall in love with – Toys CES 2016

January 8, 2016 |

Growing up I didn’t have toys that talked to me, robotic arms, or sensors that made it follow me around like a pet, but for today’s average school kid, intuitive and interactive toys are becoming more common.

At CES 2016, … Read More

The Force is alive and well at CES

January 7, 2016 |

Video contribution by Xavier Smith

A 3D printed Stormtrooper, robots by NASA and your own personalized BB-8 are just some of the StarWars inspired products found at CES 2016.

Sphero, known for their connected play toys, worked closely with Star … Read More

Voting opens for Venture Madness top 64 startups

January 7, 2016 |

Time to break out the brackets for Venture Madness 2016! This event, brought to the Valley by Invest Southwest and Arizona Commerce Authority, is where the top 64 startups go head-to-head in a pitch competition and vie for a portion of the … Read More

3D printed objects rising out of a pool of dark liquid

January 6, 2016 |

A large figure rises out from the darkness of the swamp and turns into this humanoid/plant elemental creature – it was the vision I had when a 3D printed sphere ascended into the light out of a pool of midnight colored … Read More