On December 20, 2013, Tempo Semiconductor acquired the assets of IDT’s Audio Business Unit, along with a highly skilled engineering and technical support organization committed to providing innovative solutions. Tempo is reigniting the value of these audio products, delivering new ultra low power, high fidelity, mixed signal semiconductor solutions to the handheld and portable devices market, as well as continuing audio support for PCs.
Tempo Semiconductor Launches with Focus on Low Power, High Fidelity, Mixed Signal Audio Semiconductor Solutions
Rivet Works, Inc., a technology company that inspires consumers with user-generated content (UGC) solutions, today announced its launch as the first content marketing solution that promotes active engagement between people and their favorite brands. Rivet’s cloud-based platform captures the experience of the consumer by individualizing user-generated content marketing programs to produce thought-provoking and experiential content. With easy integration and implementation across both mobile and web channels, Rivet drives customer engagement, promotes brand awareness, enhances brand loyalty, and increases conversion rates.
Dropoff is launching today to modernize the same-day delivery experience for businesses. By utilizing Dropoff, businesses will now be able to better manage their same-day delivery needs with easy online ordering, transparent pricing, real-time tracking, accurate ETAs for pickups and deliveries, email confirmations and driver ratings. Today, Dropoff will introduce services in Austin, TX for industries including but not limited to healthcare, food and grocery, business services, hospitality and retail. Additional metropolitan areas to follow in early 2015.
Announcing its product launch, new Austin-based software company ReIntent offers a fresh approach to lead cleansing and maintenance. In other words – an end to bad data or missing lead information for Sales and Marketing teams. “ReIntent’s mission is to solve marketing’s bad data problem for good,” said CEO Mathan Parasuram. He and partner Karthik […]
A new, better way to pay, Parqer is an exciting new app enabling consumers to pay their valet through their mobile app. Simple, safe, and fast—no cash necessary. Founded by a University of Texas alum, Parqer launched in Dallas in May and has quickly expanded across the city and to locations in Arlington, Houston, and now – Austin.
Searching for a new home or investment property in Austin and Central Texas just got a whole lot easier, with today’s launch of NuHabitat, a residential real estate application (and Capital Factory Accelerator company) designed with ease of use, speed and 100% data accuracy in mind.
Postmates, which is like “Uber” for stuff, unlocks the inventory of a city by connecting customers with a dedicated fleet of couriers to deliver anything in under an hour. Postmates is currently doing over 15,000 deliveries a week in six cities across the U.S., and starting today will allow Austinites to get nearly any item — from takeout and groceries to retail items and even prescriptions — delivered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Today’s feature is with Tom Klein, co-founder of iM5.
Pingboard, the modern social company directory, today announced that the company has closed a $1.25M seed round of venture funding led by Silverton Partners.
Will Scott, a leading software developer based in the Austin area, officially launched his ground-breaking app, ServaBid, in the iTunes app store today. ServaBid uses short, user-recorded videos to connect them with service providers in virtually any area.