Fresno technology firm raises $2M in investment

Aplos SoftwareA Fresno software company has raised $2 million in private investment to expand its suite of products geared toward the nonprofit sector.

59 Days of Code contest begins April 19

The 59 Days of Code competition for Valley techies begins another year with a launch party April 18 at the Hashtag.

59DaysofCode winner debuts Fresno bus app

ScholarDev's debut mobile application is Fresno Free Transit.A local startup has released a free mobile application to help Fresno Area Express bus riders get around a little easier.

Aqua Cents selected for conservation funding

Aqua Cents machinery
Fresno-based Aqua Cents Water Management LLC has been selected for a $50,000 Metropolitan Water District Innovative Conservation Program grant to expand research of the technology.

BCT Consulting makes global tech list

Fresno technology solutions provider BCT Consulting was ranked as one of the top managed service providers of technology in the world by MSPmentor's 501 Global Edition.

AT&T security service launches in Fresno

AT&T will be launching its new Digital Life wireless home security service in Fresno on March 21 along with five other markets nationwide.

Women Techmakers set for Friday

Encouraging more women to enter the technology community is the goal of a special event at Fresno City College commemorating Women’s History Month.

Fresno Bee testing drone for newsgathering

The Fresno Bee is testing a quadcopter for possible use in newsgathering. Photo illustration by Art Pineda.
The Fresno Bee is testing a small drone aircraft to see if it can be used for aerial photography of accidents, fires, farmland, lakes and waterways.

Fresno court: Drivers can read cellphone maps

The state's 5th District Court of Appeal has ruled that it is legal to look at a cellphone map application while driving.(AP) — A California appeals court says it's legal for drivers to read a map on their hand-held cellphones while behind the wheel.

Firm seeks to be Netflix for lottery players acts as a concierge service for California Lotto players.Michael Hanken of Fresno calls himself “an online person.”