Let’s get caught up with the latest innovation news in Texas.
—GrainChain, a blockchain agtech company based in the Rio Grande Valley in Texas, has raised $2.5 million in... Read more »
Houston—It’s not just biotech companies that must cross the valley of death on their way to commercial success.
Everyday Mom-and-Pop shops, too, have to navigate the tricky adolescence period when... Read more »
Amid what seems like unlimited choices, a key way for retailers to stand out is to try to offer products no one else has.
For a small boutique, that could be... Read more »
As Amazon moves into its new home in the Big Apple, the company will find itself immersed in a storied—if tumultuous—local retail industry.
Unlike the other contenders for Amazon’s so-called “HQ2”... Read more »
Let’s catch up with the latest innovation news in Texas.
—The Texas Medical Center’s accelerator TMCx graduated its seventh class of startups, 23 health IT companies which included nine international startups.... Read more »
As word trickled out that North Texas was likely one of three finalists for Amazon’s “HQ2,” Chris Wallace felt optimistic about the region’s prospects.
After all, the tech giant had said... Read more »
Let’s catch up on the latest innovation news in Texas.
—Coder, a cloud-based software development startup out of Austin, announced it has raised $4.5 million in seed funding. The... Read more »
Houston—Commercial drones are equipped with some of the latest innovations in cameras, sensors, and analytics, so Scott Parazynski wondered why pilots are still using outmoded controllers.
“We’ve grown accustomed to... Read more »
Salsify, a maker of e-commerce software, has acquired Welcome Commerce, an Austin-based developer of chat technology.
Boston-based Salsify sells technology that helps retail brands like Michelin and Anheuser-Busch manage their products... Read more »
Two Texas startup founders who ran for seats in the U.S. Congress and the Texas statehouse lost their bids for political office Tuesday.
Joseph Kopser in... Read more »
The University of Houston and Hewlett Packard Enterprise on Friday announced a collaboration designed to enable advances in data science.
The announcement includes a $10 million donation from the computing company... Read more »
As Election Day nears, a group of Austin startup leaders have formed a group to encourage tech employees to vote.
The ATX Startup Pledge’s mission is to “remove obstacles” that... Read more »
Let’s get caught up with the latest innovation news from Texas.
—The Texas Medical Center’s TMCx accelerator has been included in a list of best programs for the first time. With platinum... Read more »
Stantt wants to make standard sizing anything but.
“Traditional sizing only fits 15 percent of guys,” says Matt Hornbuckle, the startup’s founder and co-CEO. “Twins come in and get different sizes.”... Read more »
Style trends may come and go but the apparel industry is increasingly accepting that sustainability will always be in fashion.
“We have the chance to shift the environment to a cleaner,... Read more »
[Updated 2:05 p.m. See below.] Let’s catch up with the latest innovation news in Texas.
—Dallas-based Neos Therapeutics (NASDAQ: NEOS) has licensed a drug candidate that would treat... Read more »
Jean Poh’s family has been in the jewelry business for four generations. And, for the most part, the industry has operated much the same as it always has, she says.
Following... Read more »
Tulerie makes its debut today, joining a growing roster of online clothing rental startups.
The New York-based Tulerie focuses on high-end couture—items that retail for $1,000 to $10,000—that might be worn... Read more »
There have been a flurry of announcements of new fundings for Texas startups. Let’s get caught up with the latest innovation news.
—Hail Merry, a Dallas maker of raw,... Read more »
More days than not, Michael Colaneri’s home is a hotel room. So innovations like “geolocation” sensors that automatically unlock his room door and adjust the thermostat when he’s nearby make the... Read more »