John McAfee is known for pioneering antivirus software. But now, the enthusiastic Bitcoin supporter is dipping his feet into revolutionizing the world of ICOs and VC with the McAfee Coin and Startup Accelerator. While some believe that this new venture by McAfee may be too lofty and ambitious, others are hoping to see revolution along with some profit.
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With over 15+ years of experience engineering Nokia and Microsoft smartphones, the team at LoupeDeck is developing a highly intuitive photo editing console that makes working with Adobe Lightroom a piece of cake.
By combining breakthrough battery storage, an innovative inverter system, and intelligence software, SunCulture Solar, Inc. created SolPad – an integrated device that is less expensive, more powerful, and easier to use than any solar power system on the market today.
Whether it’s connecting to an early morning iPod NPR newscast, traffic updates before heading out to work, or displaying last night’s sports scores, Daptly personalizes the experience for each user.
Zcash (ZEC) ICO
Bitcoin and many other coins are surging to all-time highs. Many people are making big purchases with digital tokens. Others are digital trading as a retirement supplement. There’s never a dull moment in the world of cryptocurrencies. Every coin promises a revolution in one way or another. Zcash is a cryptocurrency that aims to offer unprecedented privacy protection of transactions through the use of zero-knowledge cryptography.
Review of OpenDrive, unlimited cloud storage, task management and notes for individuals or teams that keeps your cloud data in one place safe and organized.
Designed to bring back family game night, Vancouver-based H+ Technologies have created a hologram tabletop device that turns 2D games into highly interactive 3D content. Holus is a triangular holographic chamber that projects media content from computers, tablets, and smartphones. With two versions (Pro and Home), Holus is available to users and developers interested in an entirely new way to interact with digital content.
Taclim VR Shoes & Gloves
Taclim are “the world’s first VR shoes and gloves with built-in tactile devices”. With two prototype versions on display at CES 2017, the full-immersion VR gaming experience just received a major upgrade. Designed by Tokyo-based Cerevo (Consumer Electronic REVOlution), Taclim is capable of “detecting user movements as input and translating in-VR action to real world haptic output.” In other words, Cerevo’s VR technology is groundbreaking.
Jambys was first created when the founders had the idea of creating boxers with pockets. After the original launch went so well, Jambys decided to expand, creating an entire brand of at-home, comfort clothes. Jambys promises to deliver soft, comfortable, sustainable loungewear to a unisex audience.
Tektronix 5 Series MSO
Built around a new ASIC, the 5 Series integrates ADC, demux, trigger, and all digital acquisition technology into a highly intuitive device. Starting at $12,000, Tektronix designed one of the largest displays (15.6″ HD) and gives users the options of 4, 6, or 8 FlexChannel inputs. From the capacitive pinch-zoom-swipe touchscreen to the 350MHz to 2GHz bandwidth, the 5 Series is “more than a remarkable interface.” It’s an all-in-one system designed around the user’s touch.