Verb Spins out of the University of Texas at Austin

A new social enterprise, Verb, has spun out of the LBJ School of Public Affairs at The University of Texas at Austin (UT).

This is not a smart-phone and I don’t care

mobileTech Tuesday, by Steve Guengerich I attended Dell World 2011 last week and it was pretty remarkable on a number of levels. On one level, I reflected on Dell’s maturation as an enterprise. While the majority of what we write about in AustinStartup.com are new hardware and software ideas being brought to market, it’s easy [...]

Tech Elephant Mating Fosters New Mobile Species

mobileTechThursday, by Steve Guengerich What a week, huh? First Google buys Motorola Mobility. Then, slipped in there quietly, Time Warner Cable buys Insight.  And finally, HP announces that it’s getting out of the PC business, ceding mobile to Apple and letting Dell battle Lenovo and the other APAC manufacturers for what’s left of the laptop [...]

Interview with Bril Flint, angel investor and tech strategist

mobileTech Tuesday special – A Podcast with Bril Flint, angel investor and technology strategist Note: Today, I am pleased to announce the “soft launch” of a new channel of original and curated content of best practices, profiles, features, and commentary, covering the rapid transition to the mobile, app-based economy, aka, the appconomy. This interview is [...]

N-trig Technology Used on Dell Studio 17

N-trig, providers of DuoSense solution combining pen and capacitive multi-touch in a single device, today brings Hands-on computing as an option on the Dell Studio 17 laptop. The Dell Studio 17’s multi-touch solution is a true four-point touch interface that enables a broader span of software capabilities, user collaboration, and fun for the whole family. [...]

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