Fri, Apr 20
DC Inno | Sam Sabin
Across the Anacostia River, in the mostly black neighborhoods of Wards 7 and 8, food delivery has historically been scarce. Enter an address from those neighborhoods and services such as Postmates, GrubHub and Caviar would say... DC | Stephen Babcock
In all, 14 electric buses will be added to the fleet by May 1. DC | Stephen Babcock
Along with collecting data on energy and water usage, the D.C. startup's platform has new features to improve communication and track equipment.
Thu, Apr 19
DC Inno | Sam Sabin
Cybersecurity has long been said to be a hot industry in the D.C. metro area. In a three-year period from 2011 to 2014, the D.C. metro area saw three cybersecurity acquisitions totaling $4.1 billion. And currently, there are m... DC | Stephen Babcock
The April 24 panel discussion is at WeWork Crystal City. Tech in Motion and the Arts Meet! unite. DC | Stephen Babcock
The D.C.-area companies partnered on mapping tools for businesses.
Wed, Apr 18 DC | Stephen Babcock
After its IPO, the low-code software development platform is moving from Reston.
Tue, Apr 17
DC Inno | Sam Sabin
Coinsource will build and deploy 20 new Bitcoin ATMs across the Washington-Baltimore corridor. While the timeline and exact locations for these new ATMs is unclear, Coinsource says it will place 12 in the District, five in Bal...
DC Inno | Sam Sabin
Appian CEO Matt Calkins has been talking about his dream of a larger headquarters for almost a year now. Now, he finally has it in Tysons Corner. On Tuesday, Calkins announced alongside Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam that the pub... DC | Stephen Babcock
The D.C. startup is one of 10 companies joining the New York accelerator.
DC Inno | Sam Sabin
Since 2005, Mobile Posse has been quietly, but quickly, growing its footprint in the D.C. tech scene. Now, CEO Jon Jackson is looking to keep the company’s momentum going with both a new C-suite hire and a headquarters e... DC | Stephen Babcock
The $412.5 million deal presents opportunity to expand. It's the latest notable move for a coding bootcamp with a strong D.C. presence
Mon, Apr 16
DC Inno | Arriana McLymore
Hatch Apps, a D.C. area software startup, is among 10 companies selected out of a pool of 300 applicants for Morgan Stanley’s second annual Multicultural Innovation Lab, the company announced today. Morgan Stanley’s Mult...
DC Inno | Sam Sabin
General Assembly has been acquired, and its nearly five-year-old D.C. campus doesn’t expect to see any substantial staffing or programming changes as a result. Early Monday morning, General Assembly co-founder and chief ...
DC Inno | Sam Sabin
Only a week after Uber’s acquisition of JUMP bikes and decision to integrate the e-bike rentals into its ride-hailing app, two other local players are following suit with a partnership of their own. While not exactly as ... DC | Christopher Wink
A crush of D.C. tech community members are speaking – and attending – the Introduced conference on May 3 in Philly. Here's the next chance for the region from Virginia to New York to connect. DC | Stephen Babcock
The organization helping female founders get funding and grow businesses is launching Problem Hacking this summer. Plus, its first two Venture Challenge finalists were named.