Startup Switches from GPS tracking to Smartphone Compass

By: Fatema Fatakdawala  Think of an underground subway or your nearest Costco where GPS signals do not reach; for that matter, any large department store that may use an indoor-tracker for targeted marketing of their products to customers that are standing in front of them. Indoor Atlas, a startup based in Finland, is using the… Continue reading Startup Switches from GPS tracking to Smartphone Compass

Successful Companies Have One Thing in Common…

By Misha Waheed Understanding the Need for Innovation Resources The world’s most successful companies have one thing in common: they spend a great deal of resources on innovation. Big giants, such as Google, Apple and Microsoft manage to make money because they are constantly offering exciting new products and services to their customers. Google, for… Continue reading Successful Companies Have One Thing in Common…

Innovation within the Economic Fiasco

By Abbas Fazalbhoy If the Dow Jones stock exchange was the box office you’d say the theatres were playing a bunch of really bad movies. It all began when the United States was unable to pay its short term loans and was forced to pass The Budget Control Act to increase the debt ceiling and… Continue reading Innovation within the Economic Fiasco

Advances in Pattern Recognition Technologies

By Thomas Liu Pattern recognition technologies have been with us throughout the digital revolution. Until recently, it was a privilege only used by governments and large corporations. However, as processing power becomes cheaper, and “smart” devices become more widely used, the market for recognition technologies increased too. Remember the embarrassing video of Steve Jobs making… Continue reading Advances in Pattern Recognition Technologies