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Posts tagged “Venture & Innovation”

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Premium Lock Epic Games' CEO: Augmented reality is next really big thing

You won't need to buy a 70-inch TV to enjoy the latest in big-screen entertainment if augmented reality through wearable computers such as Google Glass and virtual reality headsets deliver on the promise of the immersive technology, says Epic Games founder and CEO Tim Sweeney. And when this tech guru talks, you would be smart to listen.

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Updated 7:40 a.m. today

Premium Lock Its 'pivot' made, Reveal Mobile raises $750K, looks to hire

Reveal Mobile turned itself inside out with a "pivot" to move the Raleigh startup in a new direction in April. And investors have rallied to the cause, pouring $750,000 into the company in an oversubscribed round. A top priority for use of the funding is hiring additional staff.

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Updated 7:03 a.m. today

No bull: Durham ranks No. 9 on 'Best Cities for Creatives' list

For a host of reasons, the Bull City is a place so-called "creatives" want to live, says a new survey from financial management firm SmartAsset. Yes, Durham has become a hot high-tech startup hub. But the website notes entertainment and the arts are helping transform the city, too.

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Red Hat's Whitehurst takes stage Aug 27; more regional events fill tech calendar

Social networking Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst opens up on "The Open Organization," his new book, at an NCTA event. Plus. the countdown is nearing zero for the fourth annual Innovate Raleigh Summit. And we have more on other tech events.

5:57 a.m. today

WTW news in review: Week of July 26 (Part 1)

Week in review Here's a look back at technology, life science and other related news as reported in WRAL TechWire for the week of July 26, part one.

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WTW news in review: Week of July 26 (Part 2)

Week in Review Here's a look back at technology, life science and other related news as reported in WRAL TechWire the week of July 26, part two.

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WTW news in review: Week of July 19 (Part 1)

Week in review Here's a look back at technology, life science and other related news as reported in WRAL TechWire for the week of July 19, part one.

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WTW news in review: Week of July 19 (Part 2)

Week in Review Here's a look back at technology, life science and other related news as reported in WRAL TechWire the week of July 19, part two.

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Contribute to WRALTechWire WRALTechWire is continuously expanding its content lineup, and we want you to participate. We are looking for news and analysis about all things tech and life science from people who know their business.

July 31

Patriot Boot Camp opens in Chapel Hill; a vet discusses how PBC helps him

Patriot Boot Camp Patriot Boot Camp, put on by high-tech accelerator Techstars, is underway in Chapel Hill. The program intends to help veterans who want to become entrepreneurs. And one Marine vet recently gave PBC a hearty endorsement.

July 31

WedPics is making a new play: App called Photo

New app coming from WedPics Raleigh-based startup WedPics is making a move beyond weddings with a new app called "Photo." It launches in September.

Updated July 31

vTv Therapeutics goes public, raising $117M - then shares collapse

vTv Therapeutics, which is focused on development of a treatment for Alzheimer's, went public on the Nasdaq on Thursday. The company raised more than $117 million, selling nearly 8 million shares. However, share value collapsed during the day, plummeting 28 percent.

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Updated July 30

Top Silicon Valley VC to address CED's Tech Venture conference

The Council for Entrepreneurial Development is bringing one of the world's top venture capitalists to speak at its Tech Venture Conference in September. And he has a Triangle connection.

Jim Goetz Jim Goetz

Updated July 30

Global tablet sales falter - including Lenovo despite hiring Ashton Kutcher

Some local media are trumpeting Lenovo's growing market share in the global tablet market. Don't be mislead. Lenovo is in trouble just like Apple, Samsung and others. In fact, Lenovo sales are down sharply from just six months ago despite all the hype surrounding Ashton Kutcher.

Ashton Kutcher touts a Lenovo tablet Ashton Kutcher touts a Lenovo tablet

Updated July 30

Brewing for success? Durham's Mati Energy raising $1.35M

Tatiana Birgisson of Durham and the founder of startup Mati Energy drink, has raised her first institutional capital: More than $1 million. But the Google Demo Day winner is looking for another $250,000.

July 30

Premium Lock Solar tech firm Semprius turns to investors for $1.25M cash infusion

Durham-based Semprius is looking to raise cash from investors with a target of $1.25 million. How much has it raised so far? WTW Insiders find out.

Semprius' solar panel technology Semprius' solar panel technology

Updated July 30

Premium Lock Venture groups partner to drive diversity among entrepreneurs

Diversity The National Venture Capital Association, Dow Jones VentureSource and CrunchBase are partnering to help drive diversity among the entrepreneurial industry - and they want all interested entrepreneurs to participate. Art Pappas of Durham-based Pappas Ventures, is part of the NVCA Diversity Task Force.

July 30

Premium Lock Raleigh-based edtech startup Lea(R)n lands $800,000

Lea(R)n, an educational startup based in Raleigh, is announcing today that it has landed $800,000 in funding from a group of investors. Among the funders are AT&T, Kaplan, TechStars as well as angels and the Inception Micro Angel Fund in RTP.

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July 29

Premium Lock Director of Charlotte's Packard Place startup hub is stepping down

Adam Hill, director of Charlotte's Packard Place startup hub, is stepping down after four years. But he's not moving far. Hill is taking a job with a startup formerly based at Packard Place.

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Updated July 29

Newborn health screening firm nabs $13M

Durham-based Baebies, a health-screening startup, has raised $13 million in equity financing, the company said Monday. Backers include Rex Health Ventures, Duke Angel Network, Duke University's DUMAC, and the NC Biotechnology Center.

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