Maui-based We Are More, an electrical contracting company, has unveiled a "Social Wi-Fi" marketing system that it says will transform how companies do business in Hawaii, converting free Wi-Fi users into social connections that can be converted into loyal customers.
Starting in January, the three utilities that serve 95 percent of Hawaii's residents will be united under a common name: Hawaiian Electric.
Hawaiian Telcom Honored by World’s Largest Technical Professionals Organization for Commitment to Rural Broadband Deployment
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Hawaii tech company gets grant to develop a low-cost sensor capable of real human presence detection and occupant monitoring
ThinkTech Hawaii presented six awards at its Annual Holiday Party and announced the launch of ThinkTech 3.0.
The opening of the tech focused hub, connecting Hawaii’s business, start up and creative communities marks the first phase of completion of the Kakaako Innovation Block
Hawaii-based iTravLocal has set its sights on the growing Chinese travel market, hoping to connect local vendors with visitors who are accustomed to buying products and services via WeChat, the most popular mobile app and commerce...
The number of startups in Hawaii has increased from 18 in 2013 to 145 in 2016 and total capital (revenue and funding raised) jumped from $28 million in 2013 to over $252 million in 2016,...
Two local experts in manufacturing and product development have co-founded the Startup Connector, a Honolulu-based manufacturing accelerator program. Startup Connector was created by Bob Nakata and Collin Kobayashi. Nakata was previously the CEO of Kai Sensors/Kai...