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The Technology Propelling
Texas’ High-Speed Rail

Posted by Dave Moore

The thought of rocketing Houston-bound through the Texas prairie at 200 mph seems hardly old-school or conservative.

But, the folks at Texas Central Partners are in the process of delivering a contradiction on rails: technology that delivers gee-wiz results in …

New Legislation Could Ease Restrictions on Telehealth

Posted by Chloe Bennett

Texans may soon be able to have easier access to physician care via their smartphones, tablets, and computers.

Last week, the Legislature passed Senate Bill 1107, which eases restrictions on telemedicine services allowing for patients to receive virtual care from …

Data Storage Biz Models: Which One is Right For Your Company?

Posted by Richard Blunk

As our reliance on data increases so too does the global need for data storage.

Since neither trend shows any signs of stopping or slowing down soon, prudent information technology and finance professionals should work together in a thorough and …

Axxess Testing App That ‘Uberizes’ Home Health

Posted by Lance Murray

Dallas-based technology company Axxess is testing a new app that it says “Uberizes” the process of connecting home-health agencies with qualified clinicians to provide care all day, anywhere.

John Olajide

John Olajide, president and CEO of Axxess

Called AxxessCare, the app is …

On Tap: State of Dallas County, Dallas Tech Fest, & Innovations in Criminal Justice Reform

Posted by Dallas Innovates

North Texas is a big place, with plenty to do, see, hear, and watch. So, we scour the internet every week to find events and activities for you. As always, events may change at any time, so check the event …

New Markets to Ease
South Dallas Food Desert

Posted by Lance Murray

Two announcements this week could help dry up the food desert in South Dallas.

On Wednesday, the Dallas City Council voted to give Bonton Farms a $100,000 grant to help its planned market and cafe. Earlier this week, word came …

Mark Cuban Leads $1.5M
Meta SaaS Seed Round

Posted by Lance Murray
Meta SaaS

Mark Cuban

Billionaire Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban led a $1.5 million seed round that was closed recently for Meta SaaS, an Austin-based provider of technology that helps companies save money and better manage and utilize their software-as-a-service subscriptions. 

Cuban …

Reviving Fountain Place: $70M Redo Will Give New Life to Tower

Posted by Lance Murray

From Fountain Place on west to Trammell Crow Center on the east, things are looking up for office towers along Ross Avenue in downtown Dallas.

The 60-story Fountain Place building is getting a $70 million “re-invention,” which helped secure renewals …

Starbucks Headed to Red Bird, Boosting Redevelopment

Posted by Lance Murray

Starbucks is coming to Red Bird Mall in South Dallas, giving a boost to redevelopment and revitalization in the area.

As part of a national initiative to open stores in at least 15 underserved communities in the U.S., Starbucks will …

Dallas AIA Names Unbuilt Design Awards Winners

Posted by Lance Murray

Three designs have been named to receive the 2017 AIA Dallas Unbuilt Design Awards from the Dallas Chapter of the American Institute of Architects.

The awards are the highest recognition the organization gives for excellence in unbuilt projects by Dallas …