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An English tech firm just bought additional office space in downtown Orlando, expanding its local presence and potentially creating dozens of new...
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The coronavirus continues to wreak havoc on Orlando's convention industry, with its largest...
The University of Central Florida has cut ties with nonprofit microelectronics lab Bridg...
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Naomie Baptiste has come a long way from building a cardboard science exhibit on...
Michael Wright knows first hand the importance of venture capital funding. The CEO of Orlando-based startup RedTeam Software LLC just received...
NASA has a time and date for the next launch of experiments, supplies and other materials to the International Space Station.
ecoSPEARS, Inc. announced today that it has completed its initial $2 million seed round funding for its NASA-patented technology solutions for sediment, soil and water...
Breaker 1-9: A South Florida company is set to launch a commercial truck-sharing platform in Orlando with the goal of boosting revenue...
It was a busy weekend for the Orlando financial technology company Fattmerchant. Forbes and U.S News & World Report...
Safe Zone Technologies Inc. expects to ship its first gunfire detection units to customers Feb. 24. The products can...
Central Florida’s largest defense contractor has secured two U.S. Navy contracts with local work worth a combined $60 million.
Orlando is projected to be a top 20 U.S. city for new tech jobs in 2021, but companies in the region face a tough time finding people to fill high-tech positions.
Six years ago, Austin Drury and Shayna Rosen realized the need for forming study groups. While a student at the University of Central Florida, Rosen tried to set up a study date...
The technology made by Derive Systems Inc. make engines more efficient and lowers vehicle idles, but the city of Orlando is prepared to rev up its use of the product.
A decade ago, Tom Engler and others at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center set out to build an aerospace hub “that didn’t exist anywhere else on Earth.” For that to work, the...
When Patrick de la Roza, CEO of Orlando startup Ease Applications, last year got an invite from an executive at Vocera Communications Inc. for a Zoom call, de la Roza assumed he was...
Roughly four decades ago, J. Bradley Hilton could be found at Radio Shack learning how to create video games. Hilton, the grandson of Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc. founder Conrad Hilton, was an...
Capacitech Energy Inc. started in 2016 when University of Central Florida student and budding entrepreneur Joe Sleppy was introduced to UCF professor Jayan Thomas, who theorized the idea of a wire-shaped capacitor.
Housing, education and economics will be key in landing the $300 million aerospace manufacturing project known only as "Project Kraken," and Florida's Space Coast checks all those boxes, according to a site...
In two years, startup Violet Defense LLC has secured deals to outfit the Orlando Magic's facilities at the Amway Center and the planned AdventHealth Training Center with its germ-killing technology.
There are many people in Central Florida in need of a new career, and city-funded programs may be able to help. Metro Orlando shed 132,000 jobs between December 2019...