Mutual Mobile today unveiled GlassSim, a free, easy to use prototyping tool designed to encourage people to dream big about what can be accomplished with Google Glass. In a few short minutes users can mock-up fields of view from the perspective of someone wearing Google Glass – no technical expertise or coding required.
Urbanites and UT students have a new way to get around as RideScout™ announced its formal launch in Austin this week.
Austin based Cogsy, a revolutionary solution for affordable, custom websites will open its invitation only beta on March 31st. Cogsy will also be giving its first public demo at the SXSW Startup Spotligt on March 8th at 4pm.
Apptive, the Austin area company that enables any small business to create a native mobile app, is excited to announce the release of a brand new, totally redesigned version of their EasyApp service.
Over a year ago we wrote about Silvercar raising $3M of their planned $11M round from Austin Ventures, and nobody commented. It must have been the best kept secret in the Austin technology community, even though they had job openings on Indeed.com at the time. Well, the wait is finally over. CEO Luke Schneider previously worked at Ford, and was the CTO at ZipCar. Now he’s creating the technology-focused car rental company that we all wish existed.
A recent report shared by the Austin Technology Council and sponsored by Engine Advocacy, was part reinforcement and part surprise. The Bay Area Council Economic Institute prepared the report, “Technology Works: Patterns of High-Technology Employment and Wages in the United States,” and shows Austin and the Austin-San Antonio corridor is a favorable hub for high-tech employment. That’s not the surprise. “Given the size [...]
SubtleData Brings Point-of-Sale (POS) Integration To The Cloud, Speeds App Development In The Hospitality Industry
Most of the technology glitz in the restaurant and hospitality industry will likely end up as an app on your smartphone. You’ll be able to whip out your device and pay your bill, redeem a coupon, or even help your buddy leave a tip for that last round. But having all those capabilities takes some non-glitzy stuff. [...]
Headquartered in Austin, MeetMeTix operates from offices in Austin and Atlanta with additional development resources in San Francisco. Of the funding to date, 61% has come from Austin angels, 38% from Atlanta, and 3% from New York.