A new app designed for golfers delivers food and supplies straight to their cart, UTD engineering students are recognized nationally in a project competition, and Uber has a new feature for users who prefer to plan ahead.
Dallas-based startup is a hole-in-one experience for both the golfer and golf course. The app, Partake Golf, allows players to access the golf course amenities from the ease of their cell phones. Features include food delivery, golf ball refills, a digital scorecard for the entire group, and more. Launch DFW has more on how Partake Golf benefits the growing golf industry.
University of Texas at Dallas students placed first at a student project competition, the 2016 Capstone Design Conference. The mechanical and biomedical engineering students outranked competitors from 21 other schools around the country, including Georgia Tech and Carnegie Melon University. As a part of the UTDesign senior capstone project, the winning team developed a device to help in the treatment of fecal incontinence. Using 3D printing for prototypes, UT Dallas officials say the project could have a significant impact on health care. See what projects other competing UT Dallas teams developed.
Uber launched Scheduled Rides, the app’s newest feature, in North Texas this week. While the app is usually used for on-demand rides, Scheduled Rides provides an option to schedule a pick-up anywhere from 30 minutes to 30 days ahead of time. The expansion is intended for business travelers who want to secure rides to the airport or for meetings. The Dallas Morning News has more on the feature.
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