Pakathon Toronto Inspires Entrepreneurs to Get Involved with Pakistan

In the crowded One Eleven suite on Wednesday night, the Pakathon Toronto team hosted a kickoff event six months before their 48-hackathon in order to inspire hackathon hopefuls and look back on the past year.

Pakathon Toronto is part of a global network of 15 cities, from Boston to Islamabad, which organizes competitions, hackathons and seminars with the aim of fostering the tech ecosystem in Pakistan and connecting Pakistani teams to global markets to mitigate “brain drain” of Pakistani talent to North America. The organization places an emphasis on business sustainability projects.

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Don't Expect Google's New Wireless Service to Come to Canada

Google says it's launching a new cellular service in the United States.

The increasingly diversified internet giant has been making moves into the wireless space for a some time. Those have mostly been on the hardware and software side: developing the Android operating system, releasing phones and incorporating calling and messaging features into its Voice and Hangouts services.

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Apple Watch App Monitors and Tracks Skin Health

ModiFace, a Toronto-based creator of augmented reality technology for the beauty and medical industries, this week announced the upcoming availability of the Skin app for the Apple Watch.

Skin enables users to scan any part of their body, including hard to see areas such as the back of the neck using their iPhone, with the Apple Watch providing a live preview of the scanning results.

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How to Make Dramatic Improvements, One Step at a Time

There is a difference between the entrepreneur that becomes successful and the one who does not. But it’s not as big of a difference as you may think.

Of course entrepreneurs often have to make several startup attempts before finding success, but as they improve and become better entrepreneurs, they develop a performance and attitude change that often alters the outcome.

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