Posts Tagged ‘Google’

North Texas Rises to Become One of Top U.S. Data Center Markets

Posted by David Kirkpatrick

In what seems like the blink of a server light, Dallas-Fort Worth has become one of the nation’s most-popular locations for data centers, a very specific type of real estate development that requires the most-advanced technologies, specialized construction techniques, and

Jack Automation Uses Conversational AI to Help Landlords Handle Issues at Their Properties

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

A new artificial intelligence platform could handle maintenance requests for apartments and rental homes without the tenant ever knowing they’re talking to a machine.

Jack Automation Technologies was developed in Dallas by Izzy DiChiara and Fernando Higuera to revolutionize how

Tech How-to: TWU Launches Free Workshop Series for Women in Business

Posted by Rachel Linch

The Texas Woman’s University’s Center for Women in Business is offering a series of free technology workshops for female business owners and entrepreneurs.

The goal of the workshops beginning Tuesday is to help female business owners increase their professional productivity. …

Where ‘Big D’ Stands for Digital

Posted by Dave Moore

Presented by The Dallas Regional Chamber

As consumers and business professionals have found computers and smartphones to be essential for the way they live, work, and play, the scuffle among companies to land on home screens has intensified.

Since July …

2 DFW Goodwill Industries Agencies Get Google Funds for Digital Skills Training

Posted by Lance Murray

Goodwill Industries of Dallas and Goodwill Industries of Fort Worth have been selected as two of 125 local Goodwill organizations to provide digital skills training over the next three years under a new project called Goodwill Digital Career Accelerator.

The …

Rockwall Startup Helping Make Websites ‘Lightning Fast’

Posted by Heather Noel

When it comes to website load times, every second counts.

Rockwall entrepreneur Roberto Inetti has developed an algorithm that can enable websites to load in one second or less using one line of code.

“As an internet user and as …

Using Tech for Good: Facebook Director Outlines Tools to Help Find Missing, Exploited Children

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Fictional crime shows typically show a computer guru typing a few pieces of information into a database and, within a few clicks, they’ve got the suspect’s name, address, satellite footage, and they’re directing law enforcement on the ground.

“Just like …

ESD Grad to Deliver Personal Memories Via Google Earth Tech

Posted by Chloe Bennett

An Episcopal School of Dallas graduate is working to send senior citizens back in time with the squeeze of a teddy bear.

Natalie Monger, who is now a student at University of Southern California, caught the attention of Google’s Liquid

Meet the Addison Startup Helping Wal‑Mart, Mercedes Transform Shopping

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Wal-Mart is debuting new simulated reality technology that was developed by an Addison startup called Spacee.

The deviceless mixed reality uses projectors, motion sensing cameras, and cloud computing to digitally impose an experience on top of real world items. And …

Dallas Afterschool Steps into
Next Decade With Eye on Access

Posted by Heather Noel

Dallas Afterschool has long touted the benefits kids receive from having quality out-of-school time programming.

Now, Christina Hanger, CEO of Dallas Afterschool and fellow of Dallas Public Voices has the local research to back up that talk. And, thanks to …

Want More Visibility on Google? Incline Media Offers Tips

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Businesses yearn to be on the coveted first page of Google and simple changes to your website and routine could improve your chances of getting there.

Danny Davis has spent the last 15 years working on search engine optimization as …

It Knows You’re There: How Google’s Changes Could Affect You, Your Business

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Major changes are coming to Google that could change the way businesses do their digital marketing.

Vende Social hosted a seminar at its Dallas office Thursday morning that gave local business owners a behind-the-scenes look at what Google is planning …

Do Lunch Different Challenge Aims to Raise $1.5M for Education

Posted by Nealie Sanchez

A Dallas-based startup has challenged major tech giants — Apple, Google, and Microsoft — to compete in The Do Lunch Different Challenge to raise awareness and funds that will be used to affect the lives of 500,000 high school students.…

3 Things: High-tech Salaries Go Further in Dallas

Posted by Lance Murray

A new study looked at high-tech salaries across the U.S., and Dallas did very well; AT&T is leading the charge against robocalls, and UberEATS makes its debut in Fort Worth.

A new report shows that salaries earned in tech jobs …

3 Things: Could Artificial Intelligence Be The Future of Internet Search?

Posted by Heather Noel

Startups are using artificial intelligence to develop new internet search techniques, Exxon Mobil has found a new process that could reduce emissions and energy usage in plastic manufacturing, a Flower Mound group provides a forum for entrepreneurs seeking advice.


Google Fiber Looks to Dallas for High-Speed System

Posted by Jana J. Pruet


Google Fiber announced Tuesday that Dallas may become the third Texas city to get its super speedy internet service. It already provides …

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

Posted by Heather Noel


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

AT&T Files Brief Backing Apple in Encryption Battle

Posted by Lance Murray

AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) has joined more than two dozen Internet and technology companies in filing legal briefs requesting that a federal judge support Apple Inc.’s (Nasdaq: AAPL) position in its battle with the U.S. government over encryption, Reuters reported.…