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AZ Tech Beat | October 14, 2019

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AudioEye raises $2.675 million in equity capital

January 9, 2015 |

AudioEye, the creator of the world’s first and only cloud-based audio browsing and automated publishing technology platform for those with accessibility challenges announced the closing of a $2.675 million equity capital raise. Shares were sold to institutional and accredited investors, including … Read More

AZTB staff predicts ASU vs U of A outcome – video

November 28, 2014 |

Today is the day! The Arizona State Sun Devils vs University of Arizona Wildcats football game is known throughout the NCAA for being one of the fiercest rivalries in the country.

Each day, our staff comes together to collaborate, connect … Read More

Solar Zone brightens Ariz. energy industry with completion of 165-acres of solar panels

November 17, 2014 |

While the weather may be cooling down, Arizona’s solar industry is warming up as businesses and the University of Arizona completed the first phase of the Solar Zone, a renewable energy research initiative now complete with 165 acres of photovoltaic solar … Read More

Startup Avirtek combats hackers by scanning your cyber-DNA

October 27, 2014 |

Every time you use a computer, you leave behind a record of what you do, what programs you use and plenty of personal information. Tucson-based startup Avirtek wants to harness those digital fingerprints to help protect you. They call it … Read More

AZ universities recognized as leaders in LGBT relations

October 14, 2014 |

The higher education system in Arizona continues to top the charts across the nation. Arizona State University (ASU), Northern Arizona University (NAU) and The University of Arizona (UA) remain dedicated to offering outstanding academics as well as providing a safe and … Read More

What you need to know about the Tucson tech community

October 1, 2014 |

Phoenix’s sister city to the south, Tucson, has blossomed into its own thriving technology ecosystem. Tucson is home to the Tucson Tech Corridor (TTC) and also several big technology companies that employ thousands of Tucson residents such as Raytheon and IBM. … Read More

Tucson startups in it to win it at Startup Weekend Tucson

September 25, 2014 |

Last weekend, Tucson’s premiere entrepreneurship development organization, Startup Tucson, hosted the fourth annual Startup Weekend Tucson. The event brought together aspiring entrepreneurs to collaborate and bring their business ideas from concept to launch in 54 hours. Teams presented their new ventures to a … Read More

Arizona’s universities get down to business and rise in national rankings

September 15, 2014 |

Looking for a business school to help you get the know-how necessary to succeed? You can’t go wrong when both Arizona State University and the University of Arizona are ranked in the Top 30 of business programs nationwide, according to … Read More

Campus shooting survivor launches safety app for ASU students

August 25, 2014 |

With campus shootings and crime rattling the country in recent months, tech firms and universities have taken an advance turn to supply students with in-palm methods of alerting authorities about on-campus crimes.

Last week Arizona State University announced its launch … Read More

UofA’s driverless CAT vehicle takes students for a spin

August 19, 2014 |

No brakes, no steering wheel, no gas pedal, and no driver. The concept of a driverless car has been one of the more popular initiatives at Google, and this summer, students at the University of Arizona worked on their own version … Read More