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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Your Social Media Is the Weakest Link for Cyber Criminals

According to a recent survey by Norton, 94 percent of users on the internet think they can spot phishing emails. Unfortunately, they couldn’t be more wrong. The fact is that hackers are becoming savvier when it comes to finding personal information and tricking not…

How to Protect Your Domain Name from Cyber Attacks

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Too often founders jump into the process of purchasing a domain name in order to get their blog or business site out into the world without the thought of protecting their URL from hackers. What you may not know is that your domain name…

Staying Authentic Is the Key to Attracting Customers

Before investors are really going to dump a pile of cash in your lap to build your business, they are going to want to see some traction and customer acquisition. We asked three startup companies what they did to acquire customers through social media…

9 Socially Conscious Startups Making Moves in DC

Founders, young to senior, wake up each day and try to make this world a better place through their innovation and solutions. The rise in social impact startups are gaining the attention from investors and experts who are looking for different ways to solve…

Robots, Biomarkers and Ice Melters Win NASA iTech Challenge Cycle 2

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NASA is in constant pursuit of discovering the next galaxy and life on another planet. And while interstellar exploration is always on their to-do list, they’re also looking for startups that can help them get there. Earlier this year, we reported on the top…

Meet the 10 Startups Joining Techstars Chicago

Cofounder and former CEO of Belly, Logan LaHive has some secrets when it comes to building a business. The first one being having an amazing team as your foundation. When he took over as director of Techstars Chicago, he made it his mission to…

Robocar Is a Driverless Racing Machine Right Out of Tron

The renowned automotive futurist and concept designer Daniel Simon, best known for his work on the popular movie Tron: Legacy, Oblivion, and Captain America, has designed a real version of his sci-fi cars for the race track. Roborace developed the world’s first driverless electric racing car and…

Meet the 2017 Startups from the Disney Accelerator

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There’s no denying that BB-8 was the star of the most recent chapter in the main Star Wars saga, The Force Awakens. What you might not realize is that the adorable droid was the brain child of Sphero, a robotics and digital technology company and…

The Hatchery to Open $30M Food and Beverage Incubator

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Starting a food business is one of the riskiest industries, but a new incubator in Chicago is aimed at easing founders into the industry. The Hatchery, a premier non-profit food and beverage business incubator, will be breaking ground on a new $30 million facility…

Cost of Living Isn’t the Only Thing Attracting Startups to Detroit

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Detroit has seen a rejuvenation in their entrepreneurial community since the recession and has become an attractive place for startups to build their business. While Detroit’s primary industry is automotive, the city is surrounded by innovation changing the transportation, music and fashion industry, and…

How Domain Names Can Impact Customer Engagement

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When it comes to branding, picking the ultimate online name can be a challenge. If your domain name doesn’t explain what you’re offering or is hard to understand, customers will give up searching for you. We asked two founders about the process of choosing…

Millennials Are Stressing More Than Ever

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Wake up, work at full speed, stress out, veg in front of Netflix, crash in bed, try to shut off brain, repeat. For many millennials, this is their daily cycle of stress and it’s slowly causing damage to one’s health. Scientists, doctors, friends, even…

20 Best Design Agencies in the US, Ranked

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When companies are in need of a branding strategy, founders will turn to design agencies to launch a new look, find new ways to communicate with their customers, develop a campaign, and more. AgencySpotter, a digital platform facilitating search and selection of creative agencies,…

Bohemian Rhapsody in VR Will Have You Air Drumming Like Never Before

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In the movie Wayne’s World, Mike Meyers (Wayne Campbell) and Dana Carvey (Garth Algar) portray two young men from Aurora, Illinois who are die-hard rock-and-roll fans and host a public-access TV show from their parent’s basement. One of the most iconic scenes was when…

NASA’s X-Plane Just Joined the Supersonic Airplane Race

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There are more players in the race to deliver travelers from one destination to the next in supersonic speed. Boom, the supersonic aircraft company recently announced a Series A $33M investment as well as their partnership with Sir Richard Branson to complete development production…

US High School Rocketry Team Wins Gold with a Rocket and an Egg

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As a kid the opportunity to build a rocket was limited to paper towel rolls, tape, Mentos, Diet Coke and some imagination. Today high schoolers are learning the intricate details of building a rocket that can launch them into a carrier in STEM and…