App lets shoppers funnel cash to charities

A year ago, Pam and Tom Cooper launched Boosterville Inc., which uses an app to connect cause-driven shoppers to businesses willing to donate a portion of sales to a charity the consumer chooses.

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‘Gig’ economy heats up in Indy

A swelling throng of Indianapolis workers is part of the so-called “gig-economy,” which denotes the matchmaking between independent contractors and consumers over technology platforms.

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Telecom players embrace home security services

Technology has paved the way for people to engage with more aspects of their homes beyond security features. As a result, cable, phone and other companies have taken notice and jumped into the space.

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Pacers telecasts on Fox Sports going mobile

Fox Sports Indiana is live streaming home and away games—as well as pre- and post-game shows—to mobile devices. Pacers officials are hopeful the viewing option will grow the team’s fan base and increase ticket and other sales.

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Homegrown app eases Alzheimer’s care-giving learning curve

Ashley Bryan is on the cusp of launching a website and smartphone application she hopes will ease the learning curve for millions of care givers. It’s called Life in the Moment and it’s billed as a one-stop source for information and tools for managing Alzheimer’s.

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