Jeff Rumage
News Reporter at Built In
Expertise: Tech journalism
Education: University of Wisconsin-Madison

Jeff Rumage is a tech news reporter for Built In. Before joining Built In in 2021, he worked as a reporter and editor for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Patch and the Oconomowoc Enterprise. He earned a bachelor’s degree in political science and communications from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. 

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The Funga team poses for a photo at Duke Forest in North Carolina.
The startup is using DNA sequencing and machine learning to plant fungi, grow trees and capture carbon from the atmosphere.
Homegrown startups and newcomers are establishing physical offices for local tech talent.
Wise’s Austin team at an outdoor tree farm.
The London-based fintech is increasing its U.S. headcount to meet demand from U.S. consumers and businesses.
Einride’s autonomous, electric freight truck
Catch up on the Austin tech news you may have missed last week.
Catch up on the Austin tech news you may have missed last week.
An aerial photo of BAE Systems’ new facility in Parmer Austin, a business park
The company plans to double its Austin employee headcount to 1,400 over the next several years.
someone proposing to another person through a computer screen
The Austin company announced Tuesday that its tech has been approved by the state’s Office of Court Administration.
The TAU Systems team
Catch up on the Austin tech news you may have missed last week.
A guitar sculpture in Austin
Learn how the tech companies who raised last month’s largest rounds are investing their new capital.
TAU Systems CEO Bjorn Manuel Hegelich aligns laser beams at the University of Texas at Austin.
The Austin startup plans to democratize access to X-ray free-electron lasers (XFEL).
Executives from tech startups included in the Q3 Future 5 series.
These emerging startups might be working on the next big tech innovation.
AlertMedia has moved to the top two floors of RiverSouth, a new 15-story office building in Austin. | Photo: AlertMedia
The company more than doubled its office space to accommodate its growing workforce.