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Back in January, we announced the launch of Kambria’s Global Innovation Fund with Lehigh University. The purpose of the Fund is to leverage our academic and corporate networks to globally match researchers looking for funding with companies interested in innovation. The first recipient of a Fund sponsorship was the CS capstone project at Lehigh University’s P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science. Lehigh students have now integrated voice commands into Ohmni robots! Fast forward…

Twenty years ago, the open source movement started in Palo Alto, California, and it has continued to gather followers and gain momentum ever since. Today, some of the most recognizable names in software are open source projects. Surely you’ve heard of Wordpress, Magento, Mozilla, OpenOffice, and Linux — all are open source. What started as a response to the undue profits giant software companies were making is no longer a fringe approach to software development.…

Ask a few dozen random people about the things they cannot live without and many will immediately respond, “my smartphone!” Who would have thought that an invention could scale so quickly and become an inseparable part of our daily lives? In just over 10 years the mainstream adoption of smartphones has increased to a point that many are solely reliant on their device for news, weather, social media, hotel or restaurant reservations, online shopping, playing…