News / December 9, 2022 Scientists at Google Create a Working Quantum Wormhole

Researchers have observed wormhole dynamics on a quantum device at Alphabet’s Google called the Sycamore quantum processor, and appear to have created a real miniature wormhole capable of transporting data. But don’t get out your tin hats just yet. “There’s a difference between something being possible in principle and possible in reality,” said physicist and...

Uncategorized / December 6, 2022 Michigan Space Technologies Will Launch Low-Orbit Satellites

Joshua Mehay and his wife Meghan Mehay founded Michigan Space Technologies to create a service that can launch low-orbit satellites for companies that wouldn’t fit in with services offered by larger provider SpaceX. Mehay says he always had a fascination with rocketry and space and started interacting with NASA by going to American Astronomical Society...

Funding, Software / December 2, 2022 QualSights raises just under $8 million for IoT AI consumer research platform

According to Chicago Inno’s exclusive interview with insiders, QualSights has raised just under $8 million in a Series A. The report states that the biggest challenge for the new startup is to keep pace with its own success, using the funding to accelerate hiring. FINSMEs reports that the tech platform provider had raised $7.7 million...

Environmental Tech, Mobility Tech / December 2, 2022 Canada will get a 1000 kph vacuum tube train

Canada could be getting a 1,000 kph vacuum tube train. The new proposal for a FluxJet was unveiled recently the Canadian startup TransPod. This is a levitating plane-train hybrid that gets sucked along a vacuum pipe guideway to link distant cities in under an hour. EuroNews reported that the technology is based on a new...

Marketing / November 25, 2022 How To Create a Content Marketing Program That Supports Your Company Through a Recession

In a time when advertising is sometimes less effective, social media platforms are shifting, and the economy is possibly headed for a downturn, many companies are rethinking their marketing strategy and reaching to connect with the right clients in a lasting way. But instead of rapid growth and expansion, many companies are focused on managing...

Announcements, Funding, Tech Events / November 22, 2022 Chicago’s TechRise supports entrepreneurs with generous pitch competition grants

Chicago is still growing as an emerging tech hub. Meet P33, an organization that is supporting entrepreneurs that are historically underrepresented. P33 is a non-profit focused on driving inclusive, global tech and innovation leadership in Chicago. Its initiative, TechRise by P33, is a pitch competition that supports underrepresented tech founders from Chicago and strives for racial, gender,...

Announcements, Recruiting, Tech Events / November 18, 2022 Tech Companies Hiring November 23 in Ann Arbor

Join the annual Tech Homecoming hiring event at Cahoots in Ann Arbor November 23rd 4-7 pm hosted by Ann Arbor SPARK to find your next tech job. This event attracts tech startups and established software companies looking to hire talent. You must register ahead of the event, and you can provide a LinkedIn profile and...

Software / November 15, 2022 Tenacity Launches New Tool To Manage Cloud Spend Waste

Tenacity, a leading provider of cloud cost optimization tools, has just announced the launch of a new cloud cost management platform that helps users monitor and optimize their public cloud usage. “As the use of cloud-based technologies continues to grow exponentially,” the founders say, “cloud visibility and intelligence tools that help organizations optimize and manage...

Funding, Leadership, Recruiting / November 4, 2022 How Is Your Company Weathering the Economic Shift? Send Us Your Tips.

Cronicle has heard from a number of tech companies, startups, VCs and talent across Midwest tech that a sea change is underway. How companies think about finances and investments is changing. No one wants to say we’re in an all-out recession yet, but there is still hesitation over previous growth plans reflecting the uncertainty over...

Announcements, Recruiting / November 2, 2022 Cronicle Hires Tim Busbey as Second VP of Content

We are happy to announce Cronicle’s second hire for our content marketing division, where we write blogs and educational content for tech startups and tech-leveraged companies. Meet Tim Busbey, our new VP of Content for Robotics, Business, and Advanced Manufacturing. Tim brings with him a diverse background as a business writer and is an all...

Announcements, Software / October 28, 2022 Atomic Object Opens New Raleigh Office

Successful Michigan-based custom software makers Atomic Object have just announced the opening of a fourth office in Raleigh-Durham, 20 years after being founded in Grand Rapids and Ann Arbor. “The Grand Rapids-founded software design and development consultancy has grown into the Ann Arbor, Michigan, and Chicago, Illinois, markets over the past 21 years,” the founders...

Announcements, Environmental Tech / October 21, 2022 Michigan EGLE Grants Split $2M To Help the Environment

A newer pitch competition is trying to help Michigan’s economy and environment at the same time. The Michigan Department of the Environment, Great Lakes and Energy has awarded $2 million in EGLE grants to companies in clean tech, energy, and recycling for their innovative pitches on how to help the environment and companies in the...

Scientists at Google Create a Working Quantum Wormhole
News

Scientists at Google Create a Working Quantum Wormhole

Researchers have observed wormhole dynamics on a quantum device at Alphabet’s Google called the Sycamore quantum processor, and appear to have created a real miniature wormhole capable of transporting data. But don’t get out your tin hats just yet. “There’s a difference between something being possible in principle and possible in reality,” said physicist and…

Michigan Space Technologies Will Launch Low-Orbit Satellites
Uncategorized

Michigan Space Technologies Will Launch Low-Orbit Satellites

Joshua Mehay and his wife Meghan Mehay founded Michigan Space Technologies to create a service that can launch low-orbit satellites for companies that wouldn’t fit in with services offered by larger provider SpaceX. Mehay says he always had a fascination with rocketry and space and started interacting with NASA by going to American Astronomical Society…

Chicago’s TechRise supports entrepreneurs with generous pitch competition grants
Announcements, Funding, Tech Events

Chicago’s TechRise supports entrepreneurs with generous pitch competition grants

Chicago is still growing as an emerging tech hub. Meet P33, an organization that is supporting entrepreneurs that are historically underrepresented. P33 is a non-profit focused on driving inclusive, global tech and innovation leadership in Chicago. Its initiative, TechRise by P33, is a pitch competition that supports underrepresented tech founders from Chicago and strives for racial, gender,…

Tenacity Launches New Tool To Manage Cloud Spend Waste
Software

Tenacity Launches New Tool To Manage Cloud Spend Waste

Tenacity, a leading provider of cloud cost optimization tools, has just announced the launch of a new cloud cost management platform that helps users monitor and optimize their public cloud usage. “As the use of cloud-based technologies continues to grow exponentially,” the founders say, “cloud visibility and intelligence tools that help organizations optimize and manage…

Cronicle Hires Tim Busbey as Second VP of Content
Announcements, Recruiting

Cronicle Hires Tim Busbey as Second VP of Content

We are happy to announce Cronicle’s second hire for our content marketing division, where we write blogs and educational content for tech startups and tech-leveraged companies. Meet Tim Busbey, our new VP of Content for Robotics, Business, and Advanced Manufacturing. Tim brings with him a diverse background as a business writer and is an all…

Atomic Object Opens New Raleigh Office
Announcements, Software

Atomic Object Opens New Raleigh Office

Successful Michigan-based custom software makers Atomic Object have just announced the opening of a fourth office in Raleigh-Durham, 20 years after being founded in Grand Rapids and Ann Arbor. “The Grand Rapids-founded software design and development consultancy has grown into the Ann Arbor, Michigan, and Chicago, Illinois, markets over the past 21 years,” the founders…

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