Category: Product Reviews

From Past to Upcoming, A look at Three Crowdfunding Campaigns

Crowdfunding is the ideal alternative way for entrepreneurs to fund a venture without accumulating debt. Aside from raising capital to launch a new venture, crowdfunding is the ideal way for any entrepreneur to validate a business idea and gauge the size of a potential audience before launching a new product to the market. Done right, Read More

Product Review: Entrepreneurship 101 Community Building Top Tools for Early Adopter Growth

You’ve hung out your shingle and now officially label yourself as an entrepreneur. You’ve created a landing page, set up a Twitter account, and launched your Facebook business page. Now what? How do you go from a speck on the startup map to a bustling business rolling in revenues? One word: community. Without a loyal Read More

MirroCool Boosts the IQ of Your Average Smart Mirror

The Scope Weekly had the pleasure of conversing with Wojtek Kaszycki, the CEO of MirroCool, a startup launching a smart mirror that works with Facial Gestures Recognition technology. Here is our takeaway from the conversation. The Bigger Picture Smart Mirror Technologies are becoming a crucial element in information-delivery systems. According to a report by Technavio Research published Read More

A Look at Three Environmentally Conscious Watches. It’s About Time!

During a time where ecological issues are reaching a tipping point, entrepreneurs and big business are at the forefront of innovation. Consumer attitudes are shifting the direction corporations view their products and services. Also, this demand has opened up the market for startups that already foster sound solutions. The push for a more environmentally sustainable Read More

Microsoft Launches A New Era Of Creative Computing With Their Surface Studio PC

Microsoft Launches A New Era Of Creative Computing With Their Surface Studio PC Microsoft presented a new creative PC, the Surface Studio, at a Microsoft news conference yesterday in New York, which is set to rival the iMac and bring back the dying category for the software giant. Panos Panay, Microsoft Corporate VP of Devices, Read More

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