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AZ Tech Beat | August 18, 2017

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AZTB presents: Arizona Indie Video Game Movement documentary

January 26, 2016 |

Camera work and editing by Xavier Smith

AZTB presents an original documentary “Arizona’s Indie Game Movement” that delves into Arizona’s history of the indie video game population and the explosive growth of independent developers and studios as well as what city officials and educational institutions are … Read More

I buy, Minibar flies – On-demand alcohol delivery service expands to Valley

January 19, 2016 |

After a crazy day at work, running the kids around to sport practice, helping them with homework, walking the dogs, and getting around to cooking dinner, it sure is nice to go to the refrigerator and grab a bottle of…OMG … 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

Google’s Project Sunroof launches in Arizona

December 16, 2015 | 1

The Phoenix Metropolitan area averages 211 clear days and 85 partly cloudy days each year according to azcentral.com, making our sunny state a perfect candidate for Google’s Project Sunroof.  

Project Sunroof is a solar power initiative and an online … Read More

CO+HOOTS takes 2nd in FirstBank competition

December 4, 2015 |

Co-written with Tishin Donkersley

CO+HOOTS, Phoenix’s largest co-working community, participated in the FirstBank $20,000 Elevator Pitch Business contest where the prize money would be used to accelerate ones’ business.

If anyone has been paying attention, this co-working space is accelerating at … Read More

Women social network app Monarq launches in Phoenix

November 25, 2015 |

In a spread out, transient city like Phoenix, connecting with others in the community can be difficult. The founders behind Monarq are looking to help this gap by creating a platform where women can meet and develop friendships.

“We found … Read More

Coffee, collaboration and co-working – AZ Co-working Guide

September 25, 2015 | 1

Co-written with Carlene Reyes

A 9-5 workday just isn’t what it used to be—especially for entrepreneurs and small businesses when it comes to getting work done. The day-to-day needs and lifestyle for this demographic are a little different from the … Read More

CO+HOOTS launches socially-conscious art marketplace

September 17, 2015 |

The founders of CO+HOOTS have launched their fourth business in Phoenix — an ecommerce site for art prints where a portion of the proceeds are sent back into a community.

Odeen Domingo and his wife Jenny Poon have acquired, rebranded, … Read More

Phoenix Hackers to Compete in International “Tech-Olympics”

July 2, 2015 |

Hackers get ready, because Phoenix will be participating in the international Smart City App Hack — a program launched in Barcelona this year to empower people to create apps and solutions for cities around the world. The City of Phoenix … Read More

Boost followers with these hot tips from #SMDayPhx

July 1, 2015 |

Social Media Day Phoenix brought the heat to our thumbs on Tuesday as social media enthusiasts from around Phoenix gathered to learn more about boosting their presence on Twitter, Instagram, and more.

Social Media Day was launched six years ago … Read More