Over the past five years, video games from independent shops—ones not owned by the major studios—have gone from being virtually nonexistent to being in the spotlight for many gamers. The growth of the annual Boston Festival of Indie Games, which takes place tomorrow, has mirrored the trend.
Since recently joining up as a BetaBoston contributor, Halley Suitt Tucker (aka @Halley) has offered a flurry of great coverage on the shortfall of women in tech, and the consequences that come with it. It’s something she’s experienced first-hand and talked to countless other female tech industry professionals about.More →
The Capital Network, a Wellesley-based nonprofit focused on teaching entrepreneurs how to get funded, has promoted its marketing and operations manager, Meredith Sandiford, to be its new executive director.
Macworld magazine debuted the same week as the Macintosh computer in 1984. Today, following Apple’s biggest day of new product announcements in years, word has come that the print version of Macworld is no more.
A few years ago, Boston startup Boundless found itself in the midst of a bitter legal battle after debuting e-textbooks that resembled those of established publishers. Now another Boston startup, Flashnotes, is revealing a wholly different edtech strategy by working hand-in-hand with one of those very same publishers, Cengage Learning.