Archive for August, 2016

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. …

Kitchen LTO is Going to ‘Pop Up’ in Deep Ellum

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Kitchen LTO will have a new permanent location in Deep Ellum that could open by mid-October, just three months after closing the Trinity Groves location.

Owner and founder Casie Caldwell signed a lease for the former Twenty-Seven Restaurant and Bar …

Robotic Cow Milking: It’s the Waldo Way

Posted by Susan McFarland

Instead of two people milking 60 cows in the morning and evening, a robot soon will take the honor at Waldo Way Real Milk Guernsey Dairy, allowing cows to be milked at will throughout the day. More milk means more …

3 Things: Apple May Introduce a New Feature to Catch iPhone Thieves

Posted by Heather Noel

Apple may introduce a feature that will help catch iPhone thieves, four DFW area startups will vie for “Startup of the Year,” at Innovate! and Celebrate 2016, and Baylor Scott and White Health System has introduced text alerts to better

Finalists Announced in ‘Soar to Success’ Contest

Posted by Heather Noel


The finalists have been announced in the Southwest Airlines “Soar to Success” Business Pitch Competition.

The Dallas-based airline (NYSE: LUV) and Addison TreeHouse partnered for the contest, which invited women …

Marley Spoon Changing Up American Grocery Habits

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris


A 30,000-square-foot warehouse in west Grand Prairie could revolutionize how Americans make their grocery purchases.

Fabian Siegel envisions a world without food waste, where households buy complete meals from gourmet recipes that include …

3 Things: GISD’s Mobile Library Puts Reading on Wheels

Posted by Heather Noel

Garland ISD’s newest library is on wheels, Dallas-based StackPath offers on-demand security services, and a grant will allow UTA physicists to upgrade the Titan supercomputer. 

Garland ISD’s newest bus gives community members easier access to books. The mobile library hit …

Sabre: Steal This Genius Idea for Your Brand’s Snapchat

Posted by Nick Vivion

If jumping into the augmented reality games craze is not realistic for your travel brand, how about Snapchat? The emerging media platform has recently spiked in popularity.

Snapchat has nearly 60 million monthly active users. And when it comes to …

West End Identity: Old and New Coalesce

Posted by Lance Murray

Enter the West End of downtown Dallas, and you enter a world of the old meeting the new, of high-tech companies and entrepreneurs finding an inspirational home among 100-year-old bricks-and-timber buildings updated with the most modern amenities.

One of …

MyCloudIT Changes the Paradigm of Computing

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

The same way Pandora, iTunes, and Amazon Music made it unnecessary to lug around compact discs, MyCLoudIT CEO James Riley wants to take all office computing to the cloud.

No more in-house servers and no need to update the software …