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TASER Pulse self-defense weapon packs a punch

January 19, 2016 |

Coming in at  5 ¼-inches long, 4 ½-inches tall, and 1 1/8-inches wide, this new version of TASER’s citizen self-defense weapon can pack the same punch as the one used by law enforcement.

As part of TASER’s home and business … Read More

Scottsdale-based IT solutions company acquires ITonCommand

November 10, 2015 |

Scottsdale-based Trapp Technology, a provider of IT, Internet, voice, and cloud hosting solutions, has acquired ITonCommand, a Colorado-based IT solutions and consulting company. This will allow Trapp Technology to expand its services in Colorado.

“We recognized the intellectual property of … Read More

Idaho-based Docutech expands to Scottsdale, brings jobs

October 2, 2015 |

From snow to sun, Idaho-based Docutech, the provider of document generations and delivery technology, plans to open a Scottsdale office to serve their growing client base and bring jobs to the Valley.

Scott Klein, Regional Fulfillment Manager for Docutech’s Scottsdale, Ariz. and … 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

Man v. Taser: Slow Mo Guys visit Taser HQ

September 24, 2015 |

The Slow Mo Guys, known for capturing exploding watermelon in slow motion, came to Scottsdale and recorded a TASER X26P Smart Weapon being used on a volunteer in 28,500 FPS.

The first video shows the gun as the … Read More

Shelvspace makes sure your snacks are available for game time

August 11, 2015 |

Video contribution by Tishin Donkersley and Xavier Smith

In our last report on Shelvspace, the cloud-based sales platform received $1 million in seed funding, allowing them to expand their software and staff.

The company serves the consumer packaged goods (CPG) … 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

Gadgets for the Guru: It’s Tee Time – Golf gadgets

April 17, 2015 |

Arizona is known for our impeccable and world-renown list of golf courses, and let’s face it, the weather is beautiful. Book your next tee time and take these awesome gadgets along with you. Jam out to music with a portable Bluetooth … Read More

Tracking an astronaut’s health has gone mobile

March 12, 2015 |

Scottsdale’s Modulus Global, Inc., a provider of advanced technology products and services, announced that their custom-made scientific charting technology for NASA Mission Operations will be used on the International Space Station (ISS) to process and display high-frequency telemetry and health … Read More

Inaugural Phoenix Startup Week hits the Valley Feb 23-27 – video

February 17, 2015 | 1

Video and photo contribution from Thomas Hawthorne

The time has come for the Valley to celebrate its local startups at Phoenix Startup Week. Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton kicks off the inaugural week-long, Valley-wide celebration of startups and entrepreneurship running February … Read More