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February 2017

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With so many events taking place across the metroplex, it can be tough to determine what events are right or most convenient for you. We’ve pulled out some of the major startup events taking place across the North Texas region

It has to do with Ethereum, of course. But before we discuss Ethereum, let's talk about the victory for DFW based Project Oaken. If you've ever thought about how today's toll system works (you haven't?), you'd quickly realize that it's essentially

With so many events taking place across the metroplex, it can be tough to determine what events are right or most convenient for you. We’ve pulled out some of the major startup events taking place across the North Texas region

At the Dallas New Tech talk, the organizers of Dallas Startup Week came together to provide the audience with an inside look at what to expect this coming April 3 – 7. This will be the third year for the

Jen Voecks opens her stunning Dallas New Tech talk with a story about a bride’s struggle to plan her wedding. She highlights three main problems with wedding planning from cost to vendor reliability and states that wedding planning shouldn’t ruin

With the introduction of Amazon Echo comes new territory for enhanced home living. Fernando Higuera looks to add to the experience with Jack, an artificial intelligence program dedicated to home maintenance. “Jack takes care of everything that you can think of

Raution Jaiswal is the founder of an all-in-one insurance tracking program called InsuredMine. “We have multiple insurances,” Jaiswal said during his talk at Dallas New Tech. He provided a scenario that is all too typical for today’s world, missing bill payments for

Lyft and Uber have carved out a new market in the on-demand space with cost-effective ride share apps. To take advantage of this new space, startup companies look for ways to provide unique services. At Dallas New Tech talk, Craig

You hear it from time to time: "I just want to quit my day job and make games." This is usually ill advised, unless there's a trust fund to bank roll the project. But, maybe you're going to make quick

What if you could harvest water directly from the air? Let's say 40 to 100 gallons of pure potable water. Would you? How would you use it? To water the yard? Drink? Fill a pool? That's exactly the problem Carrollton based

The Dallas Innovation Alliance (DIA) is joining forces with Earth Day Texas on the Smart Texas Revolution event. If you've ever wanted to see what it would be like to live in a truly "smart city," you'll want to be

A great startup community requires a symbiotic relationship between every moving part. One of the most important resources we have are the 40 colleges and universities in the area. UTD is hosting the Student Startup Internship Fair in April to help

Imagine working on something with all of your heart, sometimes for years. Painstaking work it is, and the only people that ever see what you're working on are your team members and investors if you have them. Well, maybe a

With so many events taking place across the metroplex, it can be tough to determine what events are right or most convenient for you. We’ve pulled out some of the major startup events taking place across the North Texas region

After a nice round of funding, and several previous acquisitions (MaxCDN, Fireblade, Staminus & Cloak), StackPath has closed another deal in the content delivery network (CDN) space. With new company owned NOCs in North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and

Jeremy Gregg delivers a thought-provoking speech about the American prison system at the latest Ignite DFW talks. He calls into question human morals, and how it relates to incarceration. He focused on four reasons the prison system exist: Punishment –

Boddy Thakkar is one of the youngest speakers at the latest Ignite DFW talks. At only 17 years old, Thakkar identifies as an entrepreneur who has worked with many startup companies. He has put on events from Zimbabwe to Korea,

At Ignite DFW, Audra Marie Stanley tells her story about teaching in Uzbekistan, and unintentionally flipping off her students through a mistaken gesture. Her experience teaching English in Uzbekistan ignited her passion for teaching. During her 14 year career she