In the near future, Drones could be delivering your packages. Here’s a look at one Company leading the charge in Canada and how it’s solved many of the regulatory roadblocks that exists in the space.
Unless you work in IT, you probably don’t think a lot about Cloud Computing. But Cloud Computing thinks a lot about you. In fact, pretty much everything there is to know about you exists in data silos around the world. Here’s a look at how to invest in cloud computing.
Disruptive technologies have moved on, and thanks to the exponentially increasing power of computing and cloud storage systems, those technologies are transforming our society at an ever increasing rate. That also makes it harder to stay ahead of the curve. Here’s a look at the Top 10 Technology Trends and a Top 10 Guide to the most important tech trends for the coming decade.
When you make the unbelievable believable, you change perception. But when you make the unreal a reality, you change the world. Last week, the Daguela brothers made history. Today, I present you with the updated story of NexOptic Technology Corp. and its flat lens telescope prototype – a small tribute for those who could not attend the official launch event.
Yes, it’s finally here: the world’s first flat lens telescope system by Spectrum Optix and NexOptic Technologies (TSX-V: NXO)(OTC: NXOPF). Watch as the team uses the prototype to capture images of the moon.
In one of the first media interviews since revealing their proof-of-concept prototype, Futurist Stephen Petranek explains why NexOptic’s (TSX-V: NXO) (OTC: NXOPF) made-in-Canada flat lens will revolutionize everything from telescopes to smartphones on Global News.
NexOptic Technology Corp. (OTCQB: NXOPF) (TSX VENTURE: NXO) (FRANKFURT: E301) (BERLIN: E301) and Spectrum Optix Inc. of Calgary, Canada announces they have initiated an engineering trade study to examine the application of a new design for Spectrum’s technology in certain mobile devices, including smartphones. The engineering trade study is the first step towards the development of a prototype intended to demonstrate to industry participants a telephoto lens system for mobile devices which utilizes Spectrum’s latest technology.
Last week, we witnessed a roller coaster ride in one of our largest holdings, NexOptic Technology (NXO). Here’s the scoop on what happened, as we explain the tactics of how big money firms short stocks. But don’t tell anyone, it’s supposed to be a secret…
3D Signatures Inc. announces clinical study results which confirm that based on a swab from the inside of a patient’s cheek, its proprietary TeloView™ software platform has the ability to identify patients with Alzheimer’s disease (“AD”) and, furthermore, distinguish between mild, moderate, and severe forms of the disease. The results of this confirmatory study have been accepted for publication in the peer-reviewed Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease.
In exactly one month, NexOptic Technology Corp., together with Spectrum Optix, are going to reveal something really special – the world’s first-ever “flattened” telescope. You don’t want to miss it.
NexOptic Technology Corp. and Spectrum Optix Inc. are about to announce a major breakthrough at a media event to be held at the H.R. MacMillan Space Centre in Vancouver, British Columbia.The theme of the evening is “Flattening the Telescope,” and will mark the Companies’ first step in transforming what they believe may redefine many additional optical applications by utilizing their patent-pending Blade Optics™ lens technology.
We asked past president of the Calgary Centre of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, Larry McNish, to take the Blade Optics prototype for a spin. Here’s what he had to say.