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Scoutmob is an Atlanta-based (represent!) startup company that provides location-aware coupons to local food, drink, and shopping venues to users on their mobile phone and on the web.
Centrifuge Systems today announced it has been selected by Gartner as a “Cool Vendor” in the respected analyst firm's annual report on Security Intelligence Vendors for 2013* that recognizes innovative and disruptive technology solutions in big-data analytics, particularly those that provide “contextual analysis of security intelligence across silos”.
Virginia's Center for Innovative Technology is now taking applications for Mach37, the commonwealth-backed cybersecurity accelerator opening up at its Herndon headquarters.
Speek, the app that makes conference calls fast and easy to join, announced the launch of its Android app today.
Goodzer, the best source of product data from all kinds of local stores anywhere in the country, and Wanderful Media, an online local discovery shopping company, today announced Wanderful Media will publish Goodzer's comprehensive local data of retailers for its newly reimagined Find&Save shopping platform.
MAVA today announced that comScore and K12 will be recognized for performance and leadership as Sterling Companies at Capital Connection 2013, one of the nation’s most respected technology conferences.
Reston-based Canvas, a distributor of mobile applications for businesses, has added $4 million from investors to its coffers, executives planned to announce today.
The technology industry in Atlantic Canada produced some big exits in the past two years. The region is poised for more success, and here are some of the companies to watch:
The Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC) on Wednesday night announced the winners of its 17th Annual Greater Washington Technology CFO Awards during a ceremony in McLean.
Videology, the Baltimore-based digital ad technology startup headed by former Advertising.com co-founder Scott Ferber, said it has raised $60 million in its fourth round of funding, led by Catalyst Investors.