Mason Cheung

Your drone can do what now? Exploring the new age of flight

Super Bowl 51’s halftime was one of the most awe-inspiring moments I’ve seen on that stage in a while. It wasn’t Lady Gaga’s impending political statement or the crowds of people moving in unison – it was the showcase of drones. Yes, that’s right, those were 300 synchronized drones dancing around the sky and illuminating …

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Making the move in 2017 – Mobile trends for the year ahead

With the New Year comes a new generation of mobile evolution. Looking back at 2016, no one expected augmented reality to touch the world through a resurgence of people trying to “Catch ‘em all” with Pokèmon GO. From apps to new gear for your on-the-go device, let’s ponder what’s coming this year. Pushing AR Pokèmon …

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Linked together: What LinkedIn’s future means for its users

When someone throws $26.2 billion in cash on the table, you don’t think to just walk away. Neither did LinkedIn in its most recent acquisition from Microsoft. While many analysts have opened up on how this will grow LinkedIn’s business and solidify its future as the Facebook for enterprise social networking, few are talking about …

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Bringing the game home – Exploring the world of sports and technology

The world of sports will come together again as the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro kick off this August. However, if you’re like most folks around here, you were hearing about the events in London and Beijing before going to bed at night or when you woke up in the morning. It’s almost like …

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Leadership hand-off: Exploring Gen X’s management

You may know them for their trademark entrepreneurial spirit and inspiring work-life balance. Generation X holds some of today’s great business minds, such as Tesla’s Elon Musk, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos and Google’s Larry Page. But largely they are overshadowed by last of the Baby Boomers or fear being surpassed by overly eager Millennials. However, there’s …

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