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AZ Tech Beat | September 27, 2020

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Posts ByAshley Garcia - 2/12 - AZ Tech Beat

Phoenix Mobile Festival returns September 27th

September 10, 2014 |

The Phoenix Mobile Meetup group will host their third annual Phoenix Mobile Festival designed for mobile enthusiasts, developers, engineers and entrepreneurs on September 27, 2014 from 8 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the University of Phoenix campus.

The festival, … 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

Inc. 5000 lists Phoenix tech companies among the fastest-growing in US

August 20, 2014 | 1

In their 33rd year running the Inc. 5000 list was released today, and Arizona high tech and digital media companies made a strong showing. The list presents the fastest-growing private companies by percentage of revenue growth over a four-year period.

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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

Flagstaff accelerator NACET stretch their wings to 28,000 sq. ft. facility

August 14, 2014 |

Flagstaff’s own accelerator NACET is growing at such a fast rate they are needing a bigger nest for their startups and small businesses. This week, they broke ground on a new 28,000 square-foot facility which will house office space, bio labs, conference space and more.

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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

Code for America hosting Open Data Roadshow Sept. 4th

August 12, 2014 |

Could the government benefit from enabling open data? Next month, this will be the hot topic at Code for America’s Open Data Roadshow. Local government officials, city managers, technologists, area experts and open data evangelists will have a chance to put … Read More

Thinking of joining an AZ incubator? Get on it, application deadlines are ahead

August 11, 2014 |

Incubators around Arizona serve as the perfect launch point to help businesses thrive. Through many of these programs, entrepreneurs are given the opportunity to work in a creative space and bring their ideas into fruition. Here, we bring … Read More

ASU and Phoenix Children’s Hospital build 3D printed hearts for pre-op strategies

May 14, 2014 |

Arizona State University and Phoenix Children’s Heart Center at Phoenix Children’s Hospital, which is the premier regional referral center in the Southwest and is the fifth-largest program of its kind in the country, have teamed up to perform what is believed to … Read More

Socious takes business social networking to another level

May 6, 2014 |

As many startups and entrepreneurs are vastly aware, a strong foundation and community of like-minded individuals is crucial to a growing company. Simply the support a community can offer, as well as the resources are enough to keep ideas flowing … Read More