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AZ Tech Beat | September 17, 2019

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Bonanza Educational brings Legos and tech together

November 12, 2015 |

Whether it’s building the Millennium Falcon or a walking robot, Legos can be used for educational purposes and as an outlet for teaching technology.

Chandler-based educational enrichment program company Bonanza Educational, LLC is providing a multitude of programs for students … Read More

Women in Games International (WIGI) Mixer

November 2, 2015 |

WIGI Arizona aims to promote the inclusion of women in the gaming industry and want you to be a part of this cause.Meet, talk, and play games with people who are in or are interested the gaming industry.

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Turning kids into CodaKids – video

October 21, 2015 |

Video contribution Xavier Smith

Instead of your child hanging out on the couch in front of the Xbox for hours on end managing their Mod, what if they could design their own Biomes and give Creepers superpowers?

Scottsdale-based CodaKid, a dynamic … Read More

Wearable holograms and 1st laptop Surface Book emerge from Microsoft Windows 10 Devices

October 6, 2015 |

Co-written with Ryan Loebe

Wearable holograms used to destroy alien robots exploding out from your wall stole the stage at Microsoft’s Windows 10 Device event.

Project Xray

The HoloLens is the first fully untethered holographic computer that blends reality that … Read More

Startup VoiceCut lets users edit videos with their voice

September 23, 2015 | 1

Video contribution by Xavier Smith

“Camera start” “Camera stop” “Camera delete”

Memorize these three commands and you can be half way done editing your video upon import. VoiceCut , a video editing software that uses voice commands to cut video, … Read More

Sock monkeys to war, UAT students showcase new video games

August 26, 2015 | 1

Video contribution by Xavier Smith

From a sock monkey finding its way to its friend to a real-time WWI strategy game, the University of Advancing Technology’s Greenlight Celebration last Friday showcased five student-created video games from the UAT Game Studios.

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Five finalists chosen for Smart City App Hack

August 17, 2015 |

Contribution from Chloe Nordquist

This past weekend, Hackers descended on the City of Phoenix for the Smart City App Hack, a global program launched in Barcelona this year to empower people to create apps and solutions for cities around the … Read More

Windows 10 attracts gamers of all generations – video

July 31, 2015 |

Video contribution by Xavier Smith, content contribution by Chloe Nordquist

Seven, eight…ten. Microsoft brought their “A” game when they developed Windows 10 and upped the ante with the free upgrade and special features for gamers.

Microsoft’s new operating system released this week, mashed … Read More

Game CoLab nabs funding for incubator program

July 14, 2015 |

If you’ve ever wanted to try your hand at video game developing, now is your chance.

Video game incubator Game CoLab announced that its program will continue after they received a second economic development grant from the City of Phoenix.

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Broken Window Studios releases Reflections, an open world narrative video game, on STEAM – video

June 29, 2015 |

Video contribution Austin Paetow

Broken Windows Studio known for their flagship video game GRAVE, released their latest creation Reflections on STEAM (PC/Mac/Linux) as an early access title.

Reflections is an open world dynamic narrative where every decision changes the progression of the … Read More