Fitbit Designer to Work on NexOptic’s First Consumer Product

Get ready, because the award winning designers of Fitbit, along with Nexoptic Technology, are about to transform sport optics.

Former Head of PayPal Canada joins Mogo Finance Technology as an Advisor

Mogo Finance Technologies adds former PayPal Canada Head, Darrell MacMullin, as an Advisor to support the Company’s product expansion efforts, including the upcoming launch of Mogo’s recently announced  cryptocurrency account, and new strategic partnership opportunities.  

Mogo Analyst Price Target Raised Again on Back of Blockchain and Q3 Earnings Announcement

Here’s a look at why Mackie Research analyst thinks Mogo Finance Technology Inc., one of Canada’s leading fintech companies, could double from here, as he raises his target from $9 to $12 per share. Here’s a look at the highlights of the analyst upgrade.

Mogo Adds Blockchain Technologies to Canadians Looking to Own Cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin

Mogo Finance Technology Inc. (TSX: MOGO; OTCQX: MOGOF) announced that it has added dedicated blockchain capabilities to accelerate its plans to integrate Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies into Mogo’s digital account as well as future new products and features based on blockchain technology.

Is Bitcoin the New Stimulus?

Here’s why we could witness a potential crash in Bitcoin, why bitcoin miners could soon become obsolete, and how governments around the world are about to challenge Bitcoin by launching cryptocurrencies of their own.

NexOptic and Spectrum Prepare to Unite

NexOptic Technology Corp. (OTCQB: NXOPF) (TSX VENTURE: NXO) (FRANKFURT: E301) (BERLIN: E301) and Spectrum Optix Inc. of Calgary, Canada (are pleased to announce that NexOptic has satisfied all of the cash expenditure requirements under its option to acquire 100% ownership interest of Spectrum and further announces that it intends to exercise its final option and complete the acquisition of Spectrum on or about October 2017.

Drone Delivery Canada Adds Drone Specialists to Team

Drone Delivery Canada (CSE:FLT) (OTCQB: TAKOF) announces the appointment of Mark Wuennenberg to the newly created position of Vice President – Regulatory Affairs as the Company grows its management team in anticipation of obtaining Canadian regulatory approval for drone delivery.

A Guide to the World Leaders in Flying Car Technology

The flying car is right up there with the personal jet pack for cool but unrealized technology.

Until recently the dream of a flying car has been nothing more than that; just a dream. Most efforts to actually build one were attempted by overly ambitious crackpots who tinkered with fan jets and rotating wings in their garage. But that has now changed. Big names and big players are investing heavily in the flying car business. Here’s a list of them.

Spectrum Receives USPTO Notice of Allowance on Lens Technology

NexOptic Technology Corp. and Spectrum Optix Inc. of Calgary, Canada announce that Spectrum has received from the United States Patent and Trademark Office, a Notice of Allowance on the first patent application filed by Spectrum Optix directed to its Blade Optics™ lens technology .

Do You Have the Nerve to Invest in CryptoCurrencies?

Are you a Bitcoin investor? If not, should you look at becoming one?

You probably see the headlines every day on how people investing $10,000 in cryptocurrencies made millions in a year. But you don’t often see the stories of people bragging how much money they LOST. Because that’s the other side of the Bitcoin…

How HyperImaging Will Give Us Super Hero Vision

Everybody wants to know the next big tech play. To invest before it goes mainstream. Today we share a technology you probably haven’t really thought much about, but that will grow to a $19 billion industry in just five years. The technology is known as Hyper Imaging, and it’s about to change your life in ways that are hard to imagine.

DNA Computing is Here and It’s Incredible

The University of Manchester has unveiled a new form of computer that could change the world more profoundly than the advent of the Internet, mobile phones, or nuclear power. A team headed by Professor Ross D. King revealed in March a super fast form of computer that “grows as it computes.” It’s DNA computing and it’s awesome.