startup

7:36am

Tue April 29, 2014
Business

Plowz smartphone app gets a summertime makeover

The MOWZ app is the second smartphone app developed by Syracuse grads Wills Mahoney and Andrew Englander.
Ellen Abbott WRVO

A Syracuse start-up is building on the success of a smartphone app that helped people get someone to plow their driveway. Now the PLOWZ app is being joined by MOWZ.

Wills Mahoney admits it was a good winter to start a snow plow app. More than 40,000 people downloaded the PLOWZ app, and thousands used it to call a plow, not only in central New York, but into the Midwest.
 

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7:32am

Thu July 19, 2012
The Upstate Economy

Sensor startup senses golden opportunity

Courtesy photo / Sensorcon

Are we on the verge of a “sensor revolution?”

Sensorcon hopes so. The Buffalo-based tech startup envisions a world where the average person is empowered with a small device that reads temperature, carbon monoxide levels, dew point and more.

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7:00am

Sat June 9, 2012
Regional Coverage

INDUETIME: How a "Death App" won Rochester's Startup Weekend

The INDUETIME executive team. CEO Tohir Tillyaev, CMO Sophia Mitchell and CTO Tony Di Pietro.
Zack Seward WXXI

It started out as “The Death App.”

“I called it that because I couldn’t think of anything else,” says Tony Di Pietro.

Di Pietro’s “Death App” was the kernel of what became the winner of Rochester’s first Startup Weekend.

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