“We can change the world and live at the beach.” While Tech in Motion members summed up the scene in 10 words or less, the most innovative local tech startups were invited to apply for a spot at the live pitch and demo event. The top four were...
As an on-demand society, it's only right that technology now provides instant gratification to your doorstep. Stressed at work? Order a Zeel massage. Can't pick up your kid from school? Shuddle can. Missing a delivery? Doorman has your package. Want a cookie? Doughbies. Check.
Exploring other cities through virtual reality, making music with apples and helping the tone-deaf make music: Tech in Motion explored innovations in musicality, reality, and much more at our June event in Philly.
Toronto's Gaming Interactive: Drinks & Demos event took members behind the scenes of the local video game industry, from mobile game apps to the best of traditional gaming. Check out what they had to offer...
Bitcoins and blockchain tech is disruptive in the payments space because it removes a lot of the fees and friction in the way money travels and is processed. When you can buy a hotdog on the street or a Coke at the gas station with Bitcoin - will you?
“There are people who live their whole lives without knowing that the internet exists” says the CEO and cofounder of Fourquare. 62.1% of the world has no access to the internet. Catch up on Dennis Crowley's talk on the implications of a connected world, and Tech in Motion's screening of WEB: A Human Right.
Making quality videos yourself to promote your company is hard. Creative Director of Polygon Visuals has a few tips to make it less hard - and it may surprise you to hear sound is more important than lighting. Read on for four great ways to improve your video.
The founder of Bond talks about how Product Hunt helped his startup get to the next level and land on ABC News. He also shares the personal roots of how Bond began and what it can do for an increasingly more internet-connected, personally-disconnected society.
An impressive panel representing Venmo, Squarespace and Verizon tackled a tough question: “Is ‘women in tech’ a real issue or a perceived one?” See what they had to say about that and what women can start doing more of.