Archive for July, 2016

Gallery: Art Meets Tech at Digital Dallas < Art/Code > Event

Posted by Jana J. Pruet

Wednesday’s < Art/Code >, hosted by Digital Dallas at the Aria Stone Gallery in the Dallas Design District, was an intersection of art and technology.

“Digital Da Vincis” was how one of the organizers described the artists whose works were

Lauren Hasson: Time Tracking App Acquired by Dallas-Based Company

Posted by Lauren Hasson

It takes a special product to stand out in Apple’s relatively crowded App Store and for the past two years the Hours Time Tracking app has done just that.

With its unique user experience and beautiful interface, Hours has continued …

3 Things: Texas Rangers’ West Dallas Academy Focuses Beyond Sports

Posted by Heather Noel

Today’s stories include plans for the Texas Rangers’ youth academy in West Dallas, UTD’s new degree offerings, and how the city of Arlington is joining the Pokémon Go trend.

The new Texas Rangers’ youth academy in West Dallas will offer …

Bowles Touts DEC’s Example to Arkansas Mayor’s Summit

Posted by Lance Murray

LARGE AND SMALL CITIES COULD BENEFIT FROM THE DEC’S MODEL, BOWLES TELL SUMMIT


Trey Bowles, Dallas Innovation Center founder and CEO and co-founder of the Dallas Innovation Center, recently was the keynote speaker at the first Mayor’s Summit on Entrepreneurship …

Oscar Insurance on Mission to Change Health Care

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

THE STARTUP REPRESENTS ROUGHLY 40,000 CLIENTS IN TEXAS


With a timeline, instant messaging, photo sharing, and the ability to make appointments at the click of a button, it’d be easy to confuse the Oscar Insurance app with Uber, Facebook or …

< Art/Code > Event Lights Up with Digital Art at Dallas Gallery

Posted by Heather Noel

ARIA STONE GALLERY WAS THE VENUE FOR THE “MIND-BLOWING” ART SHOW IN DALLAS


Exhibits fusing art and technology filled the Aria Stone Gallery Wednesday night as part of Digital Dallas<Art/Code> event, which organizers called “mind-blowing.”

Amid Aria Stone’s …

3 Things: DFW Firm Creates Bulletproof Blinds

Posted by Julia Falcon

A Dallas area inventor is making home decor bulletproof, a company from Denton wants to takes its software into space, and an app helps advertisers connect to their viewers. 


A Frisco-based company that makes concealed safes and other bulletproof materials …

Editor’s Picks: Calendar for July 28 – Aug. 4

Posted by Jana J. Pruet

From watching performances at the Modern Dance Festival to the kick off The Grove’s Think Like an Innovator series, here’s a list of events happening in the next week we thought you might like.

THURSDAY, JULY 28

3D PRINTING TRAINING

UTSW Gets $1M Grant, to Team with UTA on Cancer Project

Posted by Lance Murray

THE PROJECT COULD LEAD TO A $200 MILLION CANCER TREATMENT CENTER


UT Southwestern Medical Center has received a $1 million planning grant from the National Institutes of Health to help launch the first heavy ion cancer treatment center in the …

Ruthie’s Rolling Cafe to Participate in Reunion Lawn Party

Posted by Ruthie's Rolling Cafe

A FORMER CONTESTANT ON THE VOICE WILL PERFORM AT THE LAWN PARTY


Saturday will mark the second Reunion Lawn Party of the summer, taking place at the foot of our city’s most iconic building, Reunion Tower. From 6:30 until …