ForwardMetrics is a San Diego-based startup about to launch its new strategic planning web application, FM Navigator.
ForwardMetrics is located about thirty minutes of downtown San Diego in Encinitas, CA. The San Diego startup scene has ... (read more)
EvoNexus is a startup incubator located in downtown San Diego.
EvoNexus is the incubator under the umbrella organization CommNexus, a non-profit focused on increasing the prevalence of high tech startups in San Diego. ... (read more)
Antengo is a location-based classified ads mobile app startup located in San Diego, California.
Antengo logo in their office.
In July 2010, Marcus Wandell (read more)
MistoBox is a curated coffee delivery subscription service based in Phoenix, Arizona.
MistoBox started as a University of Arizona Entrepreneurship Program project during the founders' senior years. The founders, Samantha Meis ... (read more)
CO+HOOTS is a co-working space located in downtown Phoenix, Arizona.
CO+HOOTS was started by Jenny Poon about three years ago. Before starting her co-working space, ... (read more)
Seed Spot is a nonprofit incubator located in downtown Phoenix, Arizona. The incubator supports startups focused on social applications.
Seed Spot's logo at the entrance to their office.
In 2012, Seed Spot accepted ... (read more)
CopperEgg is tech company based in Austin, TX that provides a software-as-a-service platform for software infrastructure monitoring and management.
CopperEgg's service started as a product for analyzing network traffic. The ... (read more)
Capital Factory is Austin's premiere startup incubation space and seed stage mentoring program.
Capital Factory started in January 2009 and has been at the forefront of Austin's momentum as Texas' ... (read more)
The Gravity Center (@gravity_centre) in Plano, Texas is an early stage incubator funded by Alcatel-Lucent and supported by corporate innovation programs AT&T Foundry and ng Connect. The incubator's space north of Dallas provides ... (read more)
There are over 800,000 apps in both Apple's iOS store and Google's Play store.
If you want to build a mobile app, why would you pay a development team significant money to create it? Surely you can hire a smart teenager down the block to "build it for a few hundred ... (read more)
Outsourcing was once the biggest trend in the information technology world. The World is Flat by Tom Friedman explained that while the United States was focused on fighting terrorism after 9/11, the rest of the developing world was passing us by. Global information access through the Web ... (read more)
92% of people in the United States use their phones to send text messages. We rely so heavily on text messaging that most of us take the service for granted. Texting is just part of our daily lives.
But what would you do if you unexpectedly lost all of the text messages on your phone? Could AT&T or Verizon retrieve that data at your request?
The answer, shockingly, is no. ... (read more)
How do people facing life-altering health care decisions make the right choices for their treatment? People turn to family, friends, and the web to obtain advice outside of the doctor's office. However, information available through these channels often creates more questions than answers.
In 2007, Shub Debgupta and his wife faced a nightmare scenario during the pregancy of their ... (read more)
Is there a better model for building certain types of software products used by the federal government? With billions of dollars* in failed information technology projects over the last decade, there certainly seems to be room for improvement.
One of the issues with products built for government workers is that commonly users who will actually work with the system do not control ... (read more)