Posts Tagged ‘Dallas Innovates 3 things’

3 Things: Neiman’s Sunglass Memory Mirror Coming to NorthPark Center

Posted by Heather Noel

Neiman Marcus has launched a new tech feature for sunglass shopping, DFW health care executives receive nods for contributions to the industry, and a Frisco teen’s efforts will help honor area veterans.

Sunglass shopping has gone digital at Neiman Marcus. …

3 Things: Students Use Skills to Make Mosaic Bench

Posted by Julia Falcon

Dallas architecture students made their mark on a local park, the CDC is encouraging alternatives to drug therapy, and a movie theater chain has moved headquarters to North Texas.


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The Dallas ISD school began the installation project in the fall

3 Things: Feds Change the Rules, so Drone On

Posted by Julia Falcon

Today’s stories include the FAA’s new regulations for commercial drones, discussions on the long-awaited high-speed rail rumored to take riders from Dallas to Houston, and an app that puts pediatric nurses available at your finger tips. 

More commercial drones can

3 Things: Startup Takes Bite Out of Shark Week

Posted by Amanda Hayes

Today’s stories include an app that provides an escape from reality, a green approach to saving on electricity, and a device that could help the average person become a farmer.

Fans of Discovery Channel’s Shark Week can now swim with …

3 Things We’re Reading: Dallas Cowboys Have New Football Tech

Posted by Amanda Hayes

PRACTICE FOOTBALL HELPS PLAYERS AVOID FUMBLES; AETNA, TEXAS HEALTH FORM JOINT COMPANY; AT&T, DFW AIRPORT PARTNER TO DECREASE WAIT TIMES


Every day Dallas Innovates staffers scour websites looking for the most interesting, important, and unusual stories about innovation and creativity.

3 Things We’re Reading: Get to Know Dallas’ Patent Office Director

Posted by Heather Noel

PATENT OFFICE DIRECTOR IS IN ‘DREAM JOB’; STUDENTS TRAVEL WORLD WITH NEW TECH; CHILI’S TO UNVEIL MOBILE PAYMENT OPTION


Every day Dallas Innovates staffers scour websites looking for the most interesting, important, and unusual stories about innovation and creativity. Here