Thursday, March 30th, 2017

 January 2012, As result of the recent rise in advanced imaging and motion control with head and eye movement for the gaming and generalized computer use, we contacted the Co-Founder of iScan Corporation of Cambridge MA to get an update on the industry and their products. For those that are unfamiliar with iScan, they have [...]

 November 18, 2011, A. Richard Newton Global Technology Leaders Conference, Mountain View, CA–Shankar Shastry from Cal opened the conference by noting that Silicon Valley is known for its innovations and many were initialized at Berkeley. UC studies the challenges and reviews the ideas that create new industries. One example of this type of research are [...]

 November 18, 2011, A. Richard Newton Global Technology Leaders Conference, Mountain View, CA–Arun Sarin currently advising Kohlberg, Kravis & Roberts and former CEO of Vodaphone talked about the transition from land lines (POTS: plain old telephone service) to wireless (PAN: personal area network). Although mobile phones were invented before this year, in ’84 the transition [...]

 November 18, 2011, A. Richard Newton Global Technology Leaders Conference, Mountain View, CA–Paul Jacobs from Qualcomm suggested that mobile devices are the development platform for innovation. These devices are fertile grounds for new features and capabilities. Through long partnerships with Cal, they have done research into ubiquitous swarms, cloud, mobile access, and sensor swarms. All [...]

 In prepartion for the on-coming big conferences of CES and NAMM in January, we took some time to have a short 1:1 interview the Mr. Joe Lamond, President and CEO of NAMM, to get some quick insights on how the music business has been doing this year. In direct fashion, here are the points of the [...]

 November 19, 2011 – Santa Clara, CA – The Korean Scientist & Engineers Association of Silicon Valley ( hosted the North West Regional Conference in Santa Clara this year. The event was attended by over 100 members, guests and speakers from the bay area, Southern CA, Sacramento, Seattle, Portland and other chapters in the NW [...]

 June 29, 2011 – Santa Clara, CA – Glen Lurie, President of Emerging Devices at AT&T discussed the new connections for a digital life. Mr. Lurie is best known as the person who brought the iPhone to AT&T when the other carriers passed on the opportunity. Glen talked about the future where everything is connected [...]

 June 21, 2011 – Palo Alto, CA – At one of the Churchill Club breakfast events the topic was on Social Networking in the Enterprise for SMBs and large companies. The discussion was moderated by Racepoint Chairman Larry Webber, who in his introduction, was identified as starting his career as a roadie for Rolling Stones [...]

June 29, 2011 – East Palo Alto, CA. When two luminaries meet their combined light can illuminate issues on a variety of topics. Wednesday night, in a wide ranging conversation format presentation organized by the Churchill Club, Ursula Burns and George Colony demonstrated this principle by providing the audience with a number of insights regarding [...]

 May 23, 2011, Churchill Club, Santa Clara, CA—the Churchill Club held their 13th annual technology forecast. This session looks at the developments most likely to become significant in the next three years. The forecast panel consisted of moderator Tony Perkins, founder of Always On, and panelists Steve Jurvetson, managing director from Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Ajay [...]