Tishin is a technology journalist and correspondent. She has written for TechCrunch, Demand Studios and Fitness, was the former Chief Editor of AZ Tech Beat and has regular network segments on local Phoenix affiliate stations. She's a veteran to CES and has covered many areas of technology ranging from 3D printing and game development to sport tech and funding.

 

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8 Michigan Incubators That Startups Need to Know

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In the automotive hub of America, there is a post-recession comeback story in the state of Michigan with a fast growing entrepreneurial ecosystem. These incubators and accelerators spread throughout the state offer programs and support to budding founders and teams looking to build their…

Startup Spotlight: Saving Money, Influencer Marketing and Smoothie Blenders

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Saving money is always popular, especially when it’s convenient. Each week, Tech.Co searches the web to uncover interesting new companies across all sectors. This time in our Startup Spotlight, we’ve uncovered startups that are helping people save money for the long-term and while they shop online as…

Sleep Deprivation Can Cause Your Brain to Eat Itself

Sleep deprivation does many things to our body, we feel fatigued, gravitate towards junk food to stay awake and certainly changes our mood, but eat our brains? That’s just wrong. A new study by the Journal of Neuroscience by Michele Bellesi, et al. released…

Surf with Kelly Slater in Virtual Reality

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Whether he’s perfecting his cut-backs or barrels on the waves in Australia or Hawaii, professional surfer Kelly Slater continues to push the limits of big wave surfing. If you aren’t familiar with this surf Titan, Slater is by far the most successful surfer in history, donning 11…

Sir Roger Moore Had Some of The Coolest Gadgets as James Bond

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With each mission, James Bond introduced us to the latest technology and the possibilities of what is to come in just a few years. Whether the gadget was developed by Q in the magic lab, a gift from Moneypenny or nabbed from the villain,…

3 Reasons Why Pittsburgh Has Soured on Uber’s Driverless Cars

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What was once a beautiful relationship between the city of Pittsburgh and Uber’s Driverless Car Program has come to a tense halt after nine months as Uber hasn’t held up to their end of the bargain, according to the New York Times. Pittsburgh was…

Giovani Twigge of IDEXX Laboratories on Company Culture

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Walk along the streets of Portland, Maine and you’ll find everything festivals and sports to historic museums and local companies. If you happen to walk into the Maine College of Art (MECA) this June 19-23, you’ll be treated to Maine Startup & Create Week (MSCW), where there’s…

Startup Spotlight: Find a Babysitter, VR and Discount Fitness Classes

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Each week, Tech.Co searches the web to uncover interesting new companies across all sectors. This week in our Startup Spotlight, we’ve uncovered startups that are helping families check off their to do lists, fitness classes at a discount price, emerging technology in VR, and more. This…

Top 50 U.S. Companies Where People Want to Work in 2017

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With many positions in technology expected to grow in the next decade, companies will be expanding their labor pools and will need to work hard to maintain its culture to retain employees. LinkedIn released the Top 50 U.S. Companies of 2017 list where people…

The Cook’s Nook Culinary Incubator Opens in East Austin

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You hear a lot about the Austin tech ecosystem and startups building products in cybersecurity, digital marketing, and more, but what about the culinary scene? People have to eat right? The Cook’s Nook, a new culinary kitchen and incubator has opened in East Austin to help…

6 Tips From Mompreneurs on Balancing Life and Work

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Any mompreneur will tell you there will be challenges to balancing the needs of the family with building a business, but the positives and benefits can outweigh it all during the journey. We asked two startup mompreneurs to shed light on challenges they’ve faced, what…

Maine Media CEO Kevin Thomas On Learning From Failure

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Since 2014, Maine Startup & Create Week has been celebrating and highlighting the emergent ecosystem of creativity and entrepreneurship in the state of Maine, which is rapidly becoming a destination for cord-cutters and grassroots business people. The completely volunteer-run Maine Startup & Create Week will…

Startup Spotlight: Golf Wagers, Cow Collars and Take-Out Food

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If you’re finding yourself shifting gears to the outdoors, maybe hitting the golf course or just soaking in the sun, you’ll still have some form of technology by your side. Each week, Tech.Co will be highlighting emerging startups in our spotlight series. This week, we’re taking…

J.D. Vance on Hillbilly Complexities and Startup Cities

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In his book, Hillbilly Elegy, J.D. Vance gives the world insight to his upbringing in Middletown, Ohio where people faced extensive socioeconomic barriers in a poverty-stricken town. From his mother’s multiple marriages and growing opioid addiction and absent father to finding sanctuary with his…

Security Needs to Be the DNA of Any Fintech Startup

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Launching a fintech startup in a regulated industry is going to take a proactive approach. Surrounding yourself with mentors and experts in the field to guide you through the hills and valleys will be the key to success in fintech. Columbus Startup Week powered…