Posts Tagged ‘Vinli’

New $300M Samsung Fund Makes First Connected-Car Investment

Posted by Jewels Clark

South Korea-based Samsung Electronics has made its first investment from the newly created $300 million Samsung Automotive Innovation Fund, which is targeting startups in the autonomous vehicle realm.

The fund’s first investment in connected-car technology will be a €75 million …

Digital Fight Club: Experts Spar Over Tech Topics

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris
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Michael Pratt, founder of Digital Dallas, emceed Wednesday’s event at the Granada Theater in Dallas. [Photo: Jewels Clark]

From driverless cars to artificial intelligence, bright minds squared off on today’s hottest tech topics in the boxing ring at the Digital

Dialexa, Vinli Program Helps Girls in Afghanistan

Posted by Lance Murray

Afghanistan is a war-torn nation where women often are thought of as second-class citizens and getting an education is a struggle.

But that’s not stopping the women of Dallas-based companies Dialexa and Vinli from sharing their expertise in a program …

Vinli Partners with Meineke and Cox Automotive

Posted by Jana J. Pruet

Vinli announced today its partnerships with Meineke Car Care and Cox Automotive, which will bring connectivity and automotive service information to millions of customers across the U.S. 

“So what we’re doing is we’re trying to make Vinli part of every

Vinli Announces IFTTT, Amazon Echo Integrations

Posted by Lance Murray

Dallas-based software company Vinli recently announced two new integrations to the Vinli Platform — IFTTT and Amazon Echo.

The new integrations will allow users to create IFTTT Recipes to open the Waze navigation app when you start a trip or …

Deep Space Ventures Focused on Dallas Startups

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

The decline of the oil and gas industry could be a boon to the Dallas startup sector.

Just look at Deep Space Ventures, a new venture capital fund that’s already shelled out $1.75 million. Read more about it in the

Product Review: Vinli

Posted by Matthew Shelley

So this is Vinli, a small, aptly sci-fi-looking little Lord Vader head that is supposed to turn my car into a vessel of wifi wizardry and connect my transportation center to the rest of my tech life.

This may

Six Ways the Internet of Things Could Impact DFW in 2016

Posted by Michael Vidikan

A decade ago, the term “Internet of things” (IoT) emerged to describe a world in which everyday objects, from vehicles and household appliances to buildings and even lower-cost items like groceries would contain embedded chips or sensors to create a …