In a press conference this morning, RideScout and Austin B-cycle announced the recent integration of the bikeshare system in RideScout’s mobile app and celebrated better transportation options in the city. RideScout, an Austin-based startup, is a technology platform that connects users to public, private and social modes of transportation, linking users to Austin B-cycle, CapMetro, car2go, Electric Cab, and pedicab as well as walking, biking, driving, and real-time parking options in one app.
Today’s feature is with Jerry Bowerman, CEO of sonarDesign.
Today’s feature is with Tom Klein, co-founder of iM5.
Affinegy, a global provider of connected device management and service enablement software, announced today the introduction of an embedded client, which is built to accelerate, optimize, and differentiate Cloud services for the Connected Consumer.
Famigo, a company providing safe experiences for children on mobile devices, is furthering momentum toward becoming the standard for family and child approved content. The company today announced that LG G Flex phones on the AT&T network as well as select 2015 Chevrolet automobiles will include a Famigo pre-installed application.
Molecular Imprints Inc. (MII), the market and technology leader for nanopatterning systems and solutions, today announced it has signed an agreement to sell its semiconductor imprint lithography equipment business to Canon Inc. of Tokyo, Japan.
Compare Metrics Partners with Leap Motion and Capital Factory to Host First Annual Hackathon for Experiential Applications
Compare Metrics, the leading provider of Adaptive Commerce navigation and discovery tools, and Leap Motion, the creator of innovative technology that enables users to interact with computers in more natural and dynamic ways, today announced the First Annual Compare Metrics + Leap Motion Hackathon, February 21-23, 2014 at Capital Factory.
I’m not kidding this just happened to me: this morning, last day of SXSW Interactive 2012, I get an urgent plea from a friend helping a friend who’s “PR firm dropped the ball” b/c the client was ticked no one wrote about them yet, and they needed to call in some favors, get some coverage. This client launched at SXSW (and I’m not making this up): a Smartphone app that’s a free mobile guide for events, complete with location based mapping and social media integration. iPhone only now, but coming soon for iPad, Android.
Humm, an Austin-based startup aimed at changing the way guest-centric businesses interact with customers, today officially unveiled its patent-pending technology and analytics platform.