The Internet of Things still has a lot of holes. As a result, home security systems—well, they just aren't very secure, ironically enough.read more
WULU, a real-time topic-based conversation app, has launched Version 2.0 of their ‘social throwback’ app.read more
Venice, California's TRACE Live Networks announced this morning that it has acquired Saskatoon's Draganfly Innovations.
TRACE is the developer of The TRACEr1, a visually intelligent camera capable of following its owner almost anywhere and live-streaming captured footage to the internet. Draganfly is a commercial small Unmanned Aerial System (sUAS) specialist.
Founded in 1998 and located in Saskatoon, Draganfly is a commercial small Unmanned Aerial System (sUAS) specialist.read more
You’d be forgiven for thinking that wearable technology might be a passing fancy.read more
Vancouver's Conquer Mobile, medical simulation training specialists, took first place at the Boost VC on-stage pitch contest at the Upload VR annual Virtual Reality Demo Day event last week.
The VR Demo Day event took place on July 13th at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California.
VR Demo Day features the industry’s top virtual reality companies from around the world, who are selected to attend the event. The event attracts prominent VC companies and angel investors focused on applications of virtual reality technology.read more
A few years ago, it looked like we were on the cusp of a golden age of television watching—an age marked not just by quality content, but also by the final break between television shows and the television as a system for delivering that content.read more
Driving at night, particularly on unlit roads, can be a nerve-wracking experience.read more