Recently I visited Japan. The last time I visited was in 2010. Japan has always been known for it’s electronics and technology so I was looking forward to seeing how it’s changed in four years and how it differs from the U.S. These are just my personal observations so they may not be indicative of actual trends or market share figures.
Added by Douglas Ching on July 9, 2014 at 11:00am —
There's a fascinating story just published on The New York Times, "Silicon Valley’s Youth Problem," that explores the many facets of the age divide in the heart of America's tech industry. Written by a Comp Sci graduate student with a few internships at hot new Silicon Valley startups under his belt, the article touches on many aspects of the new guard/old guard divide in an industry… Continue
Added by Tzyh Ng on March 12, 2014 at 5:34pm —
(borrowed from a Facebook post and associated thread Mika Leuck shared)
10 Reasons Why Handheld Devices Should Be Banned for Children Under the Age of 12 Continue
The American Academy of Pediatrics and the Canadian Society of Pediatrics…
Added by Daniel Leuck on March 9, 2014 at 10:00am —
Sometimes it seems like there is a new mobile phone or device announced every day. It’s an exciting time when the things we could only dream about 15 years ago are becoming reality. What do we have to look forward to in the next few years and beyond?
Near Field Communication (NFC)
The technology allows interaction between devices and even unpowered chips or tags. It’s already used in a… Continue
Added by Douglas Ching on September 27, 2013 at 2:00pm —
I love to travel, and over time I have had the good fortune to visit a couple of dozen countries around the world. One thing I noticed from country to country was a correlation between the wealth distribution among its populace… Continue
Added by Joseph Lui on June 14, 2013 at 4:30pm —
Recently, I have come across this infographic floating around the web that I believe deserves more attention. You can see the full version here. It illustrates the labor pool shortage we are experiencing in STEM… Continue
Added by Joseph Lui on March 27, 2013 at 4:13pm —
We enter the new year with over 3,000 members, a full event schedule, a newly reinvigorated blog, active job boards and plenty of great discussion about everything from… Continue
Added by Daniel Leuck on January 18, 2013 at 11:30am —
The Nov 1 seminar will be presented by Leighton Chong, Intellectual Property & Patent Attorney, covering strategies for developing patent portfolios protecting technology and innovation…
Added by Leighton K. Chong on October 27, 2012 at 8:49am —
As consultants what do you hear from your clients about what skills they are looking for in new IT graduates? As an IT professional and business owner, what skills do you believe the new IT graduate should possess?
Added by Bob Long on March 8, 2011 at 11:51pm —
Today I posted Mathogen to Facebook. It's called My Math Coach. I'm happy to announce that it's now availabe 24/7 and completely FREE. If you like the game, please tell your friends with kids. I need 10 monthly users on Facebook before I can get into the Facebook app directory. If you're feeling kind please "like" the app :)
Mathogen is the first math game that doesn't suck. Mathogen is a speed based puzzle game. Pop the numbers falling out of the sky before they fill… Continue
Added by David Neely on January 26, 2011 at 11:56am —
Neil Abercrombie today unveiled his Technology and Innovation Plan, the latest in a series of policy papers outlining his priorities as a gubernatorial candidate.
“We need to weave technology and innovation into our economy to grow new businesses, raise productivity and create good jobs,” said Abercrombie. “But it can only happen by building a disciplined policy that brings together the Office of the Governor, the Legislature, the university system, the private sector, and… Continue
Added by L.P. "NEENZ" FALEAFINE on June 23, 2010 at 4:29pm —
Industry-leading provider of cross platform mobile applications, Motherapp Limited has partnered with local media marketing startup, Pono Media to develop and market mobile applications in Hawaii, Guam, and throughout Polynesia. Founded in Hong Kong in 2005 by former original Google team member, Ken Law and serial entrepreneur, Leo Chan; Motherapp focuses on creating mobile apps using their patent-pending technology, which allows them to create applications quickly and easily for all major… Continue
Added by L.P. "NEENZ" FALEAFINE on January 12, 2010 at 8:18am —
In January 2009, Superb Internet Corp. relocated to Honolulu from Vancouver, Canada lock, stock and barrel. The Internet hosing and technology services company had decided to leave Canada for a number of reasons bu the move was a surprise to many in Hawaii. The traditional pattern for technology companies in the islands is launch small, grow to a larger size then leave. And the traditional reasons cited for leaving are usually cost of operating a business in Hawaii, lack of qualified… Continue
Added by Alex Salkever on December 27, 2009 at 1:30pm —
This is to let you know that I have posted a new blog article on "Why Hawaii Technology Companies Should Consider Outsourcing Their R and D Work
" which you may find of interest. Please feel free to post any comments you may have.
Leighton K. Chong
Added by Leighton K. Chong on November 20, 2009 at 12:47pm —
With the addition of TechHuian Stephen McMahon
, we have passed the 300 member mark. TechHui has become a reflection of Hawaii's vibrant and substantial technology community. Working with other TechHuians to build this online community has been, and continues to be, a fantastic adventure. We've discovered people all over the state working on fascinating technology projects. As I stated in response to an… Continue
Added by Daniel Leuck on May 31, 2008 at 6:58pm —