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Posts ByChloe Nordquist - 3/10 - AZ Tech Beat

Emailage determines fraud risk via e-mail

November 5, 2015 |

Ransomware, viruses, and fraud can all find its way to ones’ computer through email. A Chandler-based startup Emailage is the first in the fraud prevention space to use email to detect risk via email addresses.

“We are providing intelligent risk … Read More

Arizona tech non-profits partner to help entrepreneurs raise capital

November 3, 2015 |

Non-profit collaborative network Arizona Collaboratory, Inc. and the Arizona Technology Council have formed an alliance to help Council members solicit and raise capital from investors around the U.S.

Arizona Technology Council members now have access to the Arizona Collaboratory portal, … Read More

Seed Spot received $330k Kauffman Foundation Grant

October 29, 2015 |

Arizona-based business incubator Seed Spot was announced as one of eight companies awarded a grant from the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.

The grant was given to organizations that help entrepreneurs launch and grow their businesses.

READ: Female founders dominate … Read More

Farm-to-table meal service raises $4.5M, expands to AZ

October 22, 2015 |

Meal delivery service Sun Basket combines two markets — the demand for fresh, non-GMO groceries and the delivery system to provide these items to a customer’s door.

The startup raised $4.5 million last month from 25 investors in its first … Read More

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

Crowd engagement app wins jackpot at #ETY15

October 15, 2015 |

Arizona-based Crowd Mics won this year’s inaugural Event Technology of the Year in Las Vegas held by Event Manager Blog.

Mobile app Crowd Mics turns smartphones into wireless microphones for live events by allowing the audience to talk into their … Read More

Medtech startup NeoLight to help babies with jaundice – interview with co-founders

October 12, 2015 |

Video Contribution by Xavier Smith

Medtech startup Neolight, a device that helps treat jaundice in newborn babies, is continuing to gain speed and will soon be finalizing their product and sending it off for FDA approval.

“Neolight is a phototherapy medical … Read More

Phoenix Fashion Week struts 3D printed monocles, laser cut jackets and new app for fashionistas

October 8, 2015 | 3

Tech is increasingly becoming a bigger part of the fashion industry — from apps, to 3D printing.

At Phoenix Fashion Week this year, designer Azmara Asefa showcased her clothing designs. Models strutted down the runway with her laser cut jackets … Read More

UA developing virtual reality concussion awareness app for athletes

October 6, 2015 |

University of Arizona engineering and biomedical researchers are working on a virtual reality experience aimed to increase concussion education and awareness with NCAA football players and other student-athletes.

“Our hypothesis for this study is that if student athletes experience the … Read More

Arizona Innovation Summit draws makers, cybersecurity experts and pirates

October 1, 2015 |

Co-written with Tishin Donkersley

Pacman, pirates and protons made an appearance at the 5th annual Arizona SciTech Festival Innovation Summit bringing STEAM education to the forefront of the community.

Fifty exhibitors from across the state packed the Scottsdale Center for … Read More