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March 2010

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Give us the 30-second elevator pitch of your company Memory Reel is the simplest way to maintain a personal journal of your life. We pull together the photos & updates you already share on your favorite web sites (Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Gowalla

Give us the 30-second elevator pitch of your company Traxo has created an automated, intelligent and regularly updated travel dashboard that travelers can use to organize, manage, research and share their travel plans (e.g. the Mint.com of travel). Once a user links

Give us the 30-second elevator pitch of your company Call-Em-All's automated messaging service allows you to automatically call or text every phone number on your list. Simple. Professional. Affordable. Clients include: Inc. Magazine, Siemens, Dominos, BBB, YMCA, Spurs, Avon, Syracuse and

Give us the 30-second elevator pitch of your company SongVote is a collaborative playlisting site that allows an individual to build a play list based on the consensus of a group. The most votes songs will create one play list that

Great news for the Dallas startup community! Local company Firehost, Inc recently closed a $2MM Series A round from investors including Pat Sullivan of ACT!, SalesLogix, and Flypaper, and Doug Ducey of iMemories and Cold Stone Creamery. From their press release: FireHost

Give us the 30-second elevator pitch of your company At Smarty Ears we believe technology can help reduce the gap between language proficiency and language ability. Our company designs and publishes iPhone apps for improving communication skills. Our main goal is

Thanks to the efforts of CoHabitat, Athlete360 and Motorola, Android Developer Day is officially coming to Dallas on April 10th. The event will be held at CoHabitat. Here are the details: Developers! This is your opportunity to get first-hand experience developing

CoHabitat, the Uptown Dallas coworking space, will be hosting a happy hour today with Matt Himelfarb from Trailblazer Capital. Trazilblazer Capital is an early stage and growth capital focused investor focused on companies in Texas and Oklahoma. One of their notable

Local startup Big in Japan has won the Entertainment Technology category at the SXSW Interactive Accelerator competition in Austin with their popular mobile application ShopSavvy. The Dallas company faced off against 2 other startups, PocketTales and BandCentral, in the final round

(Vocus/PRWEB ) March 10, 2010 -- Facebook users can help inspire the new getaroom.com advertising campaign when they create their own version of the catchy getaroom.com commercial. Getaroom.com, (Royal Plaza Hotel. The winning video will be posted on the getaroom.com Blog

The guys over at Grasshopper have a hit on their hands.. check this bad boy out and represent! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=exmwSxv7XJI

Give us the 30-second elevator pitch on your company Extractiv is a new content provisioning service that helps consumers “make sense” of the text available on the WWW. We use natural language processing — in conjunction with the world’s best distributed

Are you ready for the next Dallas Startup Weekend? Tickets are on sale now so get the while they're hot! Get them here. For those that don't know, Startup Weekend is an event like no other. Developers, biz people, social media

Greg Pierce, a local DFW developer and founder of Agile Tortise, has launched an iPhone app for writing twitter updates. However, it's definitely not your typical twitter app. From Agiletortise.com: Tweeku is a twitter writing tool. Do you tweet Haiku? Short-form

Dallas-based startup, Big in Japan, fresh off their acquisition of  Snappr, has announced a Board of Advisors. Here is their press release: Dallas, TX (Vocus/PRWEB ) March 8, 2010 -- Big in Japan, a Dallas-based idea factory for mobile applications, today announced the creation of

The Big Design Conference website has been updated with the schedule and speakers for 2010. One of the few annual conferences here in DFW, it draws a great pool of both local and national talent. This year the conference is broken

Big in Japan, the mobile applications company that created ShopSavvy, has announced the acquisition of Snappr, a company that did a lot of trailblazing the the 2D barcode business. Philip Stehlik, founder and CEO of Snappr, will join ShopSavvy’s board of

The idea is pretty simple: get a crowd of people together drinking beer at a cool place and listen to people quickly talk about stuff they know and like to talk about. That’s the basic idea of Ignite events, a