To read this week week of January 11, 2015
January 10, 2016 |
Lifestyle, Technology, Uncategorised |
By Daniel St-Pierre
How to Build BC into a World Leader in Tech and Innovation, Magical gadget scans your food to reveal its nutritional value, This Chic Bracelet Helps You Relax by Analyzing the Most Stressful Parts of Your Day, Come and meet us at the BC Tech, This week’s app
Each week, we will share a few interesting things about our life an others. Here’s what caught our attention.
How to Build BC into a World Leader in Tech and Innovation
Don Mattrick, Industry Chair for the #BCTECH Summit, knows how to create a successful BC-based business and make an impact on the world stage. He was born and raised in BC and started his first company Distinctive Software Inc. in 1982 at the age of 17. After that company was acquired by Electronic Arts in 1991, Mattrick went on to become EA Canada where he became their President of Worldwide Studios. Read the story on Tech Vibes
Magical gadget scans your food to reveal its nutritional value
Curious just how many carbs and calories are sitting on your dinner plate? A new gadget promises to reveal the nutritional value of your meal by scanning its chemical makeup. French startup DietSensor launched at the 2016 International Consumer Electronics Show a pocket-sized, Bluetooth-connected molecular sensor called SCiO. Read the story on Mashable
This Chic Bracelet Helps You Relax by Analyzing the Most Stressful Parts of Your Day
Its latest product, the Sona Connected Bracelet, will measure your heart rate variability (the interval between your heartbeats). The device was created and designed by Nora Levinson and David Watkins, Caeden’s co-founders, who were former colleagues at such tech companies as Jawbone, InCase, and Skullcandy. Read the story on Inc.
Come and meet us at the BC Tech
Technology is reshaping how we do business, transforming customer experiences and driving growth across all segments of our economy. The #BCTECH Summit is a two-day event that will showcase BC’s vibrant technology industry, build cross-sector opportunities for businesses and explore the latest ideas that will drive a competitive advantage for BC. Check BC Tech Summit
This week’s app
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