Pittsburgh Technology News

No cupcakes today. Just small companies moving forward:

Powercast, in Ligonier, appears to be on the verge of a breakthrough with a commercial form of wireless (RF) power. I was at a conference this weekend and spent a lot of time trying not to trip over a next of power cords, so this news comes none too soon.
CNN Money coverage
Company website

LunaMetrics, in Mt. Lebanon, does "web analytics," and now it's working with Google Analytics *as an Approved Consultant* -- one of only two PA firms in that position.
Company website


1 Response to "Pittsburgh Technology News"

Anonymous said... 4/03/2007 1:35 PM


There's one more big win that needs to be noted. South Side's Akustica recently notched the Mixed Signal Product of the Year award by Electronic Design News (EDN) Magazine. This is a MAJOR win as the company defeated titans such as TI, ADI, and many other large, public companies. Here's the link to the annoucement:


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