Chameleon partner, Lou Kerner, featured a blog on Hackernoon’s website covering the key takeways from the ICO conference call. On July 27, in partnership with Geektime, we held an hour long conference call with three crypto currency/ICO thought leaders (and over 125 participants.) Speakers talked for 10 minutes about their thoughts on ICOs and then the
Life hacks share by Veronika Sonsev in her most recent article publish on inc.com by Springboard Enterprises Are there really ever enough hours in the day to get everything done? As a busy executive, it’s important to focus on the big stuff and outsource as much of the small stuff as possible (a tip I learned from
Biotech is an area of technology that affects all of us in some way or other. It’s an area that I’ve grown increasingly interested in over the last couple of years as its innovations feel more and more like stories from the realm of science fiction. There are completely new ways to create food or
April was a great month for innovation, ranging from exciting announcements from Tesla, Yahoo, and Microsoft to bleeding edge innovation from a group of British scientists. Tesla’s Home Battery Tesla have now widened their product range beyond cars with the creation of Tesla Energy, which focuses on reducing the use of grid power in households.
It’s Mobile World Congress (MWC) time again, which for anyone who doesn’t know is the world’s largest trade exhibition for those in the mobile industry. It’s where the manufacturers get to show off what’s new and great in the world of mobile technology. Of course the definition of mobile technology has definitely widened over the
In acknowledgement of Black Tech Week, which celebrates African American innovators during the last week of Black History Month, we’re focusing this week’s article on five innovative black-led technology companies. I happen to work at a black-led technology company. I didn’t know it before, but being a black CEO in tech is surprisingly rare. I enjoyed
The world is changing rapidly. There are always new ideas, new techniques, new ways to look at old problems, new problems to be solved. There is no shortage of truly innovative technologies to be found and examined. This week’s round-up contains everything from anti-aging technology to robotic warfare to innovations around personal identity. Reversing Aging
It’s fun to get back into the swing of things with Take Me To Your Leader. Our post covering the Best of CES 2015 covered everything from intelligent miniaturized robots that teach kids to program, to home security systems that recognize family members via facial recognition. But that was nearly a month ago. By definition,
CES has been and gone for another year. For the few people who have never heard of it, like those hiding in the hills near Hobbiton in New Zealand, CES stands for the Consumer Electronics Show, held each year in Las Vegas to showcase electronics and technology to trade professionals. It has become the traditional
If you’ve ever watched a television show aimed at children, you’ll notice that the characters often break the fourth wall to interact with their pint-sized audiences. The actors will pause after they ask a question in anticipation of a tiny voice shouting the answer on the other side of the screen. Children come to believe that the characters on TV can see and hear them just as clearly as they can see Big Bird and Sid the Science Kid.