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Twazer, a Craigslist for college students, launches at UA

October 20, 2015 |

There’s Craigslist, eBay and Amazon, and now there’s an e-commerce app that’s tailored specifically to the college student population.

Peer-to-peer and geo-location marketplace Twazer has created a space where users are required to have an .edu login email in order … Read More

Vocem lets you have a voice in politics

September 22, 2015 | 1

Elections are coming up, and communicating what issues you find important could be a challenge. but political app Vocem is looking to change that.

Vocem allows its users to take photos of political topics and issues, categorize them, add comments, and send thoughts … Read More

Before you build an app, get to know your user base – Ryan Allen, Dapper Gentlemen

May 26, 2015 |

With over 2.5 million mobile apps in the market, how will your app stand out and gain users?

This month’s Lunch and Learn speaker, ADDY award-winning, mobile and web developer Ryan Allen, co-founder Dapper Gentlemen, engaged our audience about the … Read More

eVisit lets patients follow up with doctors from their couch

May 21, 2015 |

Next time you have a cold or a post-op concern, you can check in with your doctor via smartphone from the comfort of your living room.

Arizona-based telehealth startup eVisit, a web-based software that connects doctors with their patients, is … Read More

Gobiquity, first pediatric mobile vision screening app co, expands to the Valley

May 14, 2015 |

The next time a pediatrician gives your child a vision test, they might whip out a smartphone and snap a picture.

Gobiquity, a mobile health company, developed the first pediatric vision diagnostic mobile app, GoCheck Kids, that enables physicians to … Read More

Find a beer, sandwich and Tiger Woods at PHX Open with this app

January 29, 2015 |

Co-written by Tishin Donkersley, M.A. and video contribution Thomas Hawthorne 

If you missed a PGA tour player sink that amazing put because you were looking down at the Waste Management Phoenix Open mobile app to find your next beer, not all … Read More

First Lady of Phoenix aims to protect kids online with BullyBlocker app

November 13, 2014 |

In a research study by American Medical Association almost 30 percent of teens in the United States (or over 5.7 million) are estimated to be involved in bullying as either a bully, a target of bullying, or both. As for … Read More

ICE BlackBox app turns smartphones into a secure surveillance camera

November 5, 2014 |

Suspicious activity, domestic abuse, animal abuse, bullying and other illegal activities can now be captured on this new crime-fighting app. This app allows the user to stream real-time video to secure servers where it is saved and cannot be deleted … Read More

Control your privacy on Twitter with Tweeling app

September 9, 2014 |

140 characters can carry a lot of weight nowadays. It can be used to retweet the news, have conversations with your friends and send personal blasts out to the world, all while in the public sphere.

For those seeking a bit … Read More

Startup Roambotics wins Proto Labs Cool Idea! award for home security robot

August 13, 2014 |

What could be better than a robot that protects your home from break-ins? Arizona-based Roambotics took home a win from the Proto Labs Cool Idea! Award for their personal robot, Jr., as well as $65,000 of injected mold parts.

Jr., an … Read More