Tishin is a technology journalist and correspondent. She has written for TechCrunch, Demand Studios and Fitness, and has regular network segments on local Phoenix affiliate stations. She holds a Master's degree in Clinical and Sport psychology, and has covered many areas of technology ranging from 3D printing and game development to neurotech and funding for over 15 years.

 

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Startup Spotlight: Cyber Security, Car Care, and Reducing Grunt Work

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With the new iPhone X, biometric security was taken to the next level with FaceID to protect one’s personal and banking information. Each week, TechCo features tech startups that can help streamline your daily life. This week in Startup Spotlight, we found an affordable…

Travel Made Easier with GoBaby, the Airbnb for Baby Gear

If you’re a parent that has trekked your young kids across the country on vacation for holiday or fun, you totally understand the hassle of lugging all the baby gear along with you. Just dealing with the pack-and-play and car seat alone is a…

Thumb, Face, and Now Your Sweat Can Unlock Your Phone

While we’re still in the mist of the release of the iPhone X and the new FaceID as the new biometric key to unlocking a smartphone, scientists from the University at Albany are considering your sweat as a more effective biometric identifier to open the…

What You Need to Know Before Prototyping Your Idea

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You’ve conceptualized the idea, drawn it up, even tinkered with some supplies, but now it’s time to begin building a prototype for your product and take it out into the world. If you’re not the handiest person or are just starting your DIY journey,…

How to Slow Your Burn Rate in Development

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When you are looking for differentiators in the market and a team that can help you build your product with the highest quality while maximizing your resources, that list gets much shorter. It happens when early-stage startups begin to take on funding. Once investors…

NASA Rover Has 23 Eyes, All the Better to See Mars With

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As Little Red Riding Hood entered the bedroom and saw her grandmother she said, “Ah! Grandma, what large eyes you have.” “All the better to see you with, my dear,” said the wolf. OK, this fairy tale has nothing to do with space, but…

Meet the 7 Health Tech Startups in Dreamit’s Latest Class

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As health access remains a hot button issue in Washington, digital health and medical devices are steaming ahead with innovative solutions for delivery. According to Mobihealth News, digital health startups raised over $578.55 million in Q3 of 2017 alone, with companies like AbleTo, Talkspace,…

How to Be a Productive Startup With a Remote Development Team

Being a founder means you have multiple hats and you are constantly working in a high-octane, non-stop environment, and maintaining a high level of productivity with your team is key. While most early-stage startups have at least one technologically-based founder, as the company begins…

Amazon Releases Augmented Reality App to View Products Before You Buy

As if we didn’t need another reason to purchase items from Amazon. Today the company launched a new augmented reality app for iOS that will allow consumers to view thousands of products for their home before they buy. Augmented Reality This trend of “view before…

NASA Released 22 Spooky Sounds From Space

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When you think of spooky sounds, moaning, cackling and evil laughs might come to mind, but what about screeching sounds from space? This Halloween, NASA released 22 spooky sounds from space that will make the hair on the back of your neck stand up….

Startup Spotlight: Mental Health, AR Tech Support and Eyeglasses for Kids

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If you’ve ever been tech support for your parents then you’ll understand the frustration of trying to explain directions over video chat when you can’t illustrate a specific instruction – well we have a solution for you. Each week TechCo discovers the latest emerging…

5 Older TV Sitcoms Making a Comeback on Netflix

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Streaming TV shows wasn’t a thing for me in college. When it was “Must See TV” night on Thursdays, a large group of us would get together at someone’s house or a bar and watch the latest episode of Seinfeld or Friends. There was…

7 Ways to Manage the Crazy at Work

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At some point something at work is going to stress you out. Whether it be the demand of the job, a fast pace environment, coworkers, the pile on of tasks, unrealistic boss demands, whatever, our mind and body will get taxed at some point….

How Capital One Labs is Bringing Humanity Back to Banking

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At a recent fintech panel I attended, one of the speakers joked about kids today not knowing how to write a check. And why would they, everything they pay for is through their mobile devices. This is just one example of the generational changes…