Dyson Hot+Cool purifying fan and heater

Microsoft Surface Go with LTE Advanced

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ABox Raspberry Pi 3 B+ Starter kit

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ViewSonic M1 portable projector

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Waze navigation app on Apple CarPlay

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Rowenta Intense Air Pure Purifier

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Casper Dog Bed

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Dyson Pure Cool HEPA Air Purifier and Fan

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ScoopFree Original Self Cleaning Litter Box

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Azio's Retro Classic Mechanical Keyboard

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Anki Overdrive - Fast and Furious Edition

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Entries in Waterloo (9)


Google unveiling new Canadian engineering HQ in Waterloo

Google plans to unveil its new Canadian engineering headquarters in Waterloo, Ontario later this week. The new Kitchener-Waterloo venue will be the headquarters of Google’s Canadian development team. 

A handful of Googlers opened the company’s first office in Kitchener back in 2005. Since then, Google has steadily expanded its investment in the region and absorbed a lot of talent that had come to the hub. The new 185,000 sq feet headquarters unveiled this week will be home to over 350 engineers who work on products used by billions of people around the globe. It is a great vote of confidence on Canada's potential to create talent and technology hubs.

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Ten finalists to compete for more than $100,000 at Velocity Fund Finals

Velocity announces the 10 finalists for its Fall 2014 Velocity Fund Finals, taking place later this month. Velocity, an entrepreneurship program from the University of Waterloo, will host the Fall 2014 Velocity Fund Finals on November 27, where companies will compete for more grant funding than ever before as well as workspace at the Velocity Garage or Velocity Foundry.

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Waterloo's Dandy Launches cross-platform “Picture This" app

Waterloo-based Dandy just  launched the winning application idea entitled “Picture This” for iOS, Android, BlackBerry, and Google Glass.

Wrapping-up their wildly successful “60 Day Challenge”, which saw Dandy offer app creators the opportunity, as winners of the challenge, to take their idea and bring it to market in just sixty days.

The idea for Picture This was originally submitted to Dandy as "Picture Scavenger Hunt" by 19 year old engineering student Niger Little-Poole. Niger's idea was selected by Dandy after users came together from around the world to pick the app's name, tagline, UI design, branding, features and revenue model.

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Card2Contact app now on Android, makes business cards digital

Card2Contact isa must have app for any Android user that's collected a ton of business cards and who doesn't know what to do with them. Instead of letting these valuable contacts sit dormant for months in your desk or closet, you can use your Android device to take a photo of the card and the Card2Contact app transcribes the information and makes it actionable by enabling integration with exisiting social media networks.

Card2Contact is an Android application that’s designed to cleverly bridge both physical and digital worlds by seamlessly integrating physical business cards into an eminently more useful digital scenario. 

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