Posts Tagged ‘Microsoft’

On Tap: US India Chamber Tech Conference, Array & NextUp Female Founders

Posted by Dallas Innovates

North Texas is a big place, with plenty to do, see, hear, and watch. So, we scour the internet every week to find events and activities for you. As always, events may change at any time, so check the event …

On Tap: Power of the Pivot, Boardroom Pitch Contest & Sunken Garden

Posted by Dallas Innovates

North Texas is a big place, with plenty to do, see, hear, and watch. So, we scour the internet every week to find events and activities for you. As always, events may change at any time, so check the event …

Dallas Startup Launching Mission to Send Apollo Astronauts, HS Students Near Space

Posted by Heather Noel

The words were definitive, full of conviction, and as President John F. Kennedy spoke them cheers erupted inside Rice Stadium on Sept. 12,1962.

“We choose to go to the moon,” the president proclaimed at the Houston university. “We choose to

How the C1 Innovation Lab Landed in Dallas’ West End

Posted by Dave Moore

Sometimes, the answer to a riddle materializes before your eyes.

Such was the case with Dr. Dan McCoy, who, along with his colleagues at Blue Cross and Blue Shield, had been wrestling for years with the challenges of reducing …

CoinPouch App Enhances Cryptocurrency Security

Posted by Lance Murray

Mobile app guru Kirk Ballou’s Touch Titans has entered the world of cryptocurrency, creating an app that he said increases the security of digital money exchanges with increased convenience.

His new app, called CoinPouch, puts secure access to cryptocurrency in …

Sabre Corp. Travel Chatbot Ready for Testing

Posted by Lance Murray

Sabre Corp., the Southlake-based travel technology company, announced this week that it has developed an AI-powered chatbot that gives users a tool to add intelligent and conversational features to their apps.

A chatbot is a computer program designed to simulate …

Smart Cities Summit: The World as We Will Come to Know it

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

smart citiesFlying cars, self-sustained electric grids, and autonomous cars aren’t just fantasies — they could all transform the world in the next eight years.

These bold predictions were the focus of the 2025 Visionaries Roundtable discussion Tuesday during the North Texas …

Toyota Gets License to Use
Microsoft Connected Car Tech

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Toyota now has direct access to all of Microsoft’s connected car technology and patents, giving the Japanese automaker a head start on new features such as artificial intelligence, voice recognition, and gesture control. 

This marks Microsoft’s most extensive intellectual property

Safe & Secure: Knightscope Robots are on Patrol

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Armed with 360-degree cameras, license plate recognition, and the ability to sniff out and identify cell phones, the new K3 and K5 autonomous robots could revolutionize building security and, someday, law enforcement.

Developed by Knightscope, the wheeled robots have been

NorthPark Microsoft Store Hosts Entrepreneurship Week Events

Posted by Dave Moore

This year, in celebration of National Entrepreneurship Week, Feb. 20-24, every Microsoft Store in North America will host workshops featuring local small business leaders, with the goal of raising awareness about business opportunities and strategies for the next generation …