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Harlem Shake: watch Baltimore tech community members break it down at Betamore [VIDEO] creative

Feb. 18, 2013 9:00 am

Harlem Shake: watch Baltimore tech community members break it down at Betamore [VIDEO]

You’re familiar with those insufferable Harlem Shake videos, yes? (Insufferable because they’re annoying, and insufferable because YOU CAN’T STOP WATCHING THEM. LIKE, EVER.) A group of Baltimore techies has made its own contribution to the dance formerly known as the Harlem Shake, and now known as some Internet thing where people just gyrate wildly to […]
Baltimore Angels: 8 investments worth $850K in 2012, with plans for more in 2013 business

Feb. 11, 2013 10:28 am

Baltimore Angels: 8 investments worth $850K in 2012, with plans for more in 2013

Cofounded in 2009 by Greg Cangialosi and 410 Labs cofounder Dave Troy, the Angels had a perfunctory impact at first, investing in just six startups over three years.
Pango Mobile Parking to launch in Washington, D.C., as well as several MD cities, early this year [VIDEO] business

Feb. 1, 2013 9:00 am

Pango Mobile Parking to launch in Washington, D.C., as well as several MD cities, early this year [VIDEO]

Pango Mobile Parking, the pay-by-phone parking service, will expand its operations to several cities in Maryland as well as into Washington, D.C., in early 2013, reports BmoreMedia. Pango hasn’t yet announced which cities. Download Pango for iOS, Android and Blackberry here.
Ellicott City first MD town with Parker, free smartphone parking app [VIDEO] uncategorized

Nov. 19, 2012 9:45 am

Ellicott City first MD town with Parker, free smartphone parking app [VIDEO]

Driving around Ellicott City just became simpler, thanks to the introduction of the Parker app on Nov. 15. The app works by providing real-time information on available parking spots in an area based on data collected by street-level sensors installed wherever spots are. These “sensors communicate with a receiver on a nearby lamp pole, which […]
InvestMaryland Challenge: 37 companies signed up so far for startup competition uncategorized

Oct. 15, 2012 9:30 am

InvestMaryland Challenge: 37 companies signed up so far for startup competition

Thirty-seven companies so far have entered the InvestMaryland Challenge to compete for one of three $100,000 prizes, according to the Baltimore Sun. Among them are several companies that have presented at Baltimore TechBreakfast, including Parking Panda, WeLearn Educational Software and Firejack Technologies. Read the list of 37 companies on the Baltimore Sun website.
Parking Panda live in San Fran // JHU researchers make mind-controlled prosthetic limb // Under Armour’s Kevin Plank on Forbes richest list…again [Links] uncategorized

Sep. 21, 2012 8:30 am

Parking Panda live in San Fran // JHU researchers make mind-controlled prosthetic limb // Under Armour’s Kevin Plank on Forbes richest list…again [Links]

Parking Panda launches in San Francisco [TechCrunch]: “The company now offers 20,000+ parking spots across its three live markets (Baltimore, D.C., and the Bay Area).” Johns Hopkins Researchers Develop Revolutionary Prosthetic Limb [Bmore Media]: “Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory researchers are talking with entrepreneurs about commercializing a revolutionary prosthetic limb that can be operated by a […]
Startup Weekend #hashtag battle: Philly and Baltimore to hold simultaneous Startup Weekend events, #BaltSW needs help

Sep. 19, 2012 9:30 am

Startup Weekend #hashtag battle: Philly and Baltimore to hold simultaneous Startup Weekend events, #BaltSW needs help

We’ll forgive the Philadelphia Eagles for their one-point victory over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. Besides, we all know it’s the fault of the B-squad referees the NFL is trotting out onto football fields these days. We know what the real intercity battle is going to be. A week from Friday, to close out Baltimore […]
Mailstrom updates its user interface // Mindgrub now a Nook developer // MD biotech center looking biotech development award applicants [Startup Roundup] uncategorized

Sep. 19, 2012 8:30 am

Mailstrom updates its user interface // Mindgrub now a Nook developer // MD biotech center looking biotech development award applicants [Startup Roundup]

This is the Startup Roundup. Every Wednesday morning, Technically Baltimore will put together the smaller pieces that make up our startup ecosystem. Check out Given.to, an in-progress project billed as a ‘Kickstarter for gifts’ from the NoBadGift.com team, as tweeted by McKeever Conwell. Dave Troy’s 410 Labs keeps improving their inbox-zero creation Mailstrom. According to an […]
Parking Panda’s co-founders on hiring, expanding to D.C. and where they’re drinking Friday afternoon [Q&A]

Aug. 31, 2012 10:30 am

Parking Panda’s co-founders on hiring, expanding to D.C. and where they’re drinking Friday afternoon [Q&A]

At Baltimore’s first Startup Weekend in April 2011, 23-year-old Nick Miller had an idea: what if people could pay to use someone else’s unused driveway, and what if he got a cut of each transaction? He pitched the idea and met Adam Zilberbaum, 29, a computer programmer at the event. After 54 hours of work, […]
Parking Panda, KnotFriends present at August Baltimore TechBreakfast

Aug. 30, 2012 8:30 am

Parking Panda, KnotFriends present at August Baltimore TechBreakfast

Update 3:42 p.m. 8/30/12: TechBreakfast organizer Ron Schmelzer says that Meetup recorded the number of attendees at 165. “People were popping in and out,” he said in an e-mail. Close to 120 of the 250 registered participants showed up to this month’s Baltimore TechBreakfast, which featured updates from year-old startups Parking Panda and KnotFriends, both of […]