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Eric Pulier: A leader in enterprise technology

Yazan: spcblog | 25 August 2017 | No Comments
Categories: Eric Pulier, Technology

Eric Pulier is a lover of technology advancements and has had a huge reputation on matters concerning technology. His writing pieces are featured in widely accepted publications in the world. Eric who is also a renowned entrepreneur had his first job as a worker at a convenience store while still attending high school. Pulier’s later […]

Eric Pulier’s Blueprint to Success

Yazan: spcblog | 01 February 2017 | No Comments
Categories: Business leaders, Technology

Have you ever heard of a guy named Eric Pulier? More than likely you probably haven’t, but just know that this man has done some amazing things to better man-kind. Eric pulier has a reputation of being a technologist, philanthropist, investor, entrepreneur, businessman, and author. This list literally goes on and on and on. His […]

Slyce: Startup of Visual Search

Yazan: spcblog | 24 September 2015 | No Comments
Categories: Technology

Slyce is a Toronto based startup company in visual search and recognition. The technology that they developed allows users to identify and purchase items instantly by snapping a picture of it with a smartphone. Mark Elfenbein and Erika Racicot are co-founders of Slyce and in 2011 they saw the strong emergence of the Smartphone and […]

FreedomPop Has Mobile Wireless Service Plans That Are Worth Every Penny

Yazan: spcblog | 10 September 2015 | No Comments
Categories: Technology

Cell phone service like FreedomPop is probably one of the biggest needs people have today, and even the governments of different countries have seen that people are in need of cell phones. In the past, a cell phone was considered a luxury, and only people who really had a lot of money could afford one. […]

Competitive E- Gaming will Now be Drug Tested

Yazan: spcblog | 28 July 2015 | No Comments
Categories: Technology

Performance enhancing drugs have been used by many of the most famous people in sports. In response, rules prohibiting performance enhancing drugs have been put in place. The rules now expanded to the competitive sport of e- gaming. This rule was set in motion after Kory Friesen(professional e- gamer), and his teammates bragged about using […]

Google Deepmind Takes Exception to AI Naysayers

Yazan: spcblog | 09 June 2015 | No Comments
Categories: Technology

In a recent article posted to the Wall Street Journal’s “Digits” Blog, Google Deepmind’s head of applied AI, Mustafa Suleyman, expressed concern over the current climate of fear surrounding artificial intelligence. The climate he was referring to is the recent series of comments, by some very prominent members of the scientific community, voicing existential concerns about the […]

Unexpected app business

Yazan: spcblog | 20 May 2015 | No Comments
Categories: Technology

Polish 17-year-old Mateusz Mach, uses Hip Hop to inspire his FIVE app business Mateusz Mach creator of the FIVE app had no idea that his app would take the shape that it took. Created from his appreciation of hip-hop FIVE allowed him and his friends to be able to communicate using hand signals, “like the […]

Imagine Traveling The World, Right From A PC, Using Skout

Yazan: spcblog | 16 March 2015 | No Comments
Categories: pop culture, Technology, trending news

The world has become a different place, especially to me, although I’m still young. I’m in my early 20s, and I always go out to meet people, and I like to travel to different places. Although I’m not much of a person to use social media, in order to meet and greet people, I’ve changed […]

Take Real 3D Pics Without a 3D Camera Using the 3DAround App

Yazan: spcblog | 29 October 2014 | 1 Comment
Categories: Technology

3DAround: Take Real 3D Pics Without a 3D Camera For those who are not content with sharing their foodie pics in two dimensions, there is now an app for giving your friends and followers a 3D image of your morning croissant. 3DAround is a new app available for iOS 8 powered devices. It stiches together […]

Camel Employed By Google To Scan The Desert

Yazan: spcblog | 10 October 2014 | 1 Comment
Categories: Technology

Google set out to create a panoramic view of the Liwa Desert. However, the problem they faced was the inability to take the Google van through such treacherous terrain. But it’s not like one single person can carry the Google Earth camera on their back, so naturally a camel was the only option. Check out […]

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