Posts Tagged ‘apps’

Health-Care Forum: Big Data, Apps, Targeted Care Shape Future of Medicine

Posted by Dave Moore

Editor’s note: A version of this story was first published on the Dallas Regional Chamber blog

The health-care sector, noted for its conservative approach to change, is turning the corner on the use of data and unconventional strategies for …

Creating a Custom App?
Jeff Francis Says What to Avoid

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

When it comes to developing custom mobile apps, Jeff Francis has seen it all.

The co-founder and president of the mobile app design company ENO8, listed his top seven pitfalls that entrepreneurs should avoid, in a blog posted on the …

Tixsee Makes Buying Mavs Tickets Seamless

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

More sports fans are turning to the secondary market to buy game tickets rather than going to the team’s own website or app.

It’s a problem all sports teams are facing these days because the demographic data on who is …

Dallas-based CollBox Selected For QuickBooks Connect App Contest

Posted by Heather Noel

Debt collection can be quite a chore, but Dallas-based CollBox aims to ease the process by giving business owners quick access to collections agencies at their fingertips. 

The app has landed CollBox a spot as one of 10 developers from …

Q+A: CodeLaunch Finalists Share
Their Startup Stories

Posted by Heather Noel

FIVE FINALISTS WILL PRESENT DURING WEDNESDAY’S EVENT


Five finalists will vie for a chance to turn their app idea into a reality during Wednesday’s CodeLaunch Pitch Day event at Dr Pepper Arena in Frisco.

The Frisco-based custom software company Code

3 Things: UTSW Tests New Lung Assessment Tech

Posted by Amanda Hayes

Today’s stories include technology that is breathing life into lung transplantation, a new app targeting “fanatical fans,” and an opportunity for aspiring young entrepreneurs. 

UT Southwestern Medical Center is testing technology that could make more lung transplants possible. UT Southwestern

Dallas Startup Week: Secret to Success is in the Coding

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

When the rubber hits the road and it’s time to do coding, startups face a plethora of options that could determine success or failure.

Kirk Ballou, CEO of Touch Titans, and Don Archer, chief technology officer at ACA Express, explained …

Product Review: Vinli

Posted by Matthew Shelley

So this is Vinli, a small, aptly sci-fi-looking little Lord Vader head that is supposed to turn my car into a vessel of wifi wizardry and connect my transportation center to the rest of my tech life.

This may

Mind Glass: Taking a Look at the Winners of Verizon’s 2015 Innovative App Challenge

Posted by Verizon

It’s telling from the education headlines today that stagnant interest and proficiency in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) amongst U.S. students is a major problem. According to the National Math + Science Initiative, STEM jobs are expected to …