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A pair of web developers spent 24 hours developing a new app for the Detroit Public Library to allow staff and users to access information in seconds.
Saving money toward your goals just became a whole lot easier thanks to a new tech start-up based in downtown Detroit’s M@dison Block tech hub. BoostUp helps people save for life’s big purchases such as a car, home, wedding or trip.
While there obviously is much work to be done on Detroit’s turnaround, Detroit is no longer an impediment to recruiting employees to the city for tech companies.
A tech start-up neighborhood, the Madison Block, has launched in downtown Detroit.
The latest event and meeting notices from Michigan’s technology-focused companies, institutions and groups.
A new training institute will open in downtown Detroit to meet the ever-growing need for technology professionals in the city’s burgeoning digital hub.
Need a ride? There’s an app for that.
Detroit-based Detroit Venture Partners announced a second round of funding for iRule, a platform for home entertainment automation that makes it easier for consumers to control their home theater system with a universal remote control anytime from anywhere from a mobile device.
Stik, a reviews Web site driving local referrals for professional services, announced Monday that it has closed a $2.3 million Series A financing.
Michigan’s tech professionals can soon add a new skill to their resume: iPhone and iPad app development. This October, Develop Detroit will launch its second semester of courses, expanding upon its successful summer session. Entrepreneurs, programmers, or designers can enroll in one of two course tracks: iOS App Programming or Design.