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  1. Scientists have figured out how to clean up Fukushima once and for all

    Cantechletter.com - Technology 01.21 / 20:35 www.cantechletter.com
    The Fukushima disaster occurred almost six years ago when an earthquake-caused tsunami crashed into the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, releasing large amounts of radioactive material into the surrounding area and creating an environmental problem still left to be solved: what to do with the millions of litres of contaminated water used to cool the […] The post Scientists have figured out how to clean up Fukushima once and for all appeared first on Cantech…
  2. Grizzly Steppe: 5 Fasts Facts You Need to Know

    Heavy.com - Technology 01.21 / 19:20 heavy.com
    Grizzle Steppe malware was found in the system of a Vermont utility company. The US has retaliated against what they believe are Russian-backed…
  3. Toronto Zoo to host the first Skype virtual field trip with students in Port Alberni, B.C.

    Canadianreviewer.com - Technology 01.21 / 18:01 canadianreviewer.com
    To celebrate Canada's 150th birthday, Microsoft is partnering with heritage sites and points of interest including the Toronto Zoo to give Canadian students the opportunity to learn more about their country – without leaving their classroom – via Skype virtual field trips. On Monday, January 23, 2017 join Janet Kennedy, President of Microsoft Canada and Robin Hale, Chief Operating Officer at the Toronto Zoo as they connect with students…
  4. National Parks Twitter shut down after Inauguration Day tweet

    Globalnews.ca - Technology 01.21 / 16:53 globalnews.ca
    As Donald Trump took office, Americans (as well as the rest of the world) found themselves dealing with a new online…
  5. Apple files US$1 billion lawsuit against Qualcomm

    Canadianreviewer.com - Technology 01.21 / 02:41 canadianreviewer.com
    Things are getting ugly between Apple and Qualcomm. Apple filed a lawsuit against Qualcomm this Friday claiming the chip manufacturer charges “excessive royalties” and is withholding payments in retaliation for Apple’s cooperation with South Korean regulators that are investigating Qualcomm. Apple is also accusing the chip supplier of charging an “unfair amount” to license its cellular patents. The tech giant is seeking almost US$1 billion in rebate…
  6. Questionable Rumor Suggests Group FaceTime is Coming in iOS 11

    Macrumors.com - Technology 01.20 / 22:53 www.macrumors.com
    Group FaceTime calls will be a new feature introduced in iOS 11, according to an unverified rumor shared by Israeli site The Verifier. Citing "several people familiar with iOS development," the site says group FaceTime calls are being worked on by Apple's iOS 11 team, with some of the work taking place in Israel. Said to be a "social" update that focuses on iMessage and FaceTime development, iOS 11 will reportedly let users start multi-person calls through a group conversation in…
  7. Nintendo Switch Preview Tour comes to Toronto on January 29th

    Canadianreviewer.com - Technology 01.20 / 21:13 canadianreviewer.com
      Weeks before its official launch, the new Nintendo Switch is making a special appearance in Toronto, and local gaming fans can be among the first in the world to try the new console.  The Nintendo Switch Preview Tour is making its only Canadian stop next weekend at Toronto’s Metro Toronto Convention Centre, and on Sunday, January 29, fans can experience Nintendo’s newest home console first-hand.  Across a 10,000 square foot event, attendees will be able…
  8. On the Road: 2017 Calgary RV Expo and Sale

    Driving.ca - Auto 01.20 / 18:56 driving.ca
    CALGARY — In the early 1960s, John Steinbeck traveled across America with his dog Charley in a truck and custom-made camper. Steinbeck used the journey as the basis for the book Travels With Charley. Getting out and hitting the road is what it’s all about. From January 26 to 29 at the BMO Centre camping [&#…
  1. Scientists have figured out how to clean up Fukushima once and for all

    Cantechletter.com - Technology 01.21 / 20:35 www.cantechletter.com
    The Fukushima disaster occurred almost six years ago when an earthquake-caused tsunami crashed into the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, releasing large amounts of radioactive material into the surrounding area and creating an environmental problem still left to be solved: what to do with the millions of litres of contaminated water used to cool the […] The post Scientists have figured out how to clean up Fukushima once and for all appeared first on Cantech…
  2. Grizzly Steppe: 5 Fasts Facts You Need to Know

    Heavy.com - Technology 01.21 / 19:20 heavy.com
    Grizzle Steppe malware was found in the system of a Vermont utility company. The US has retaliated against what they believe are Russian-backed…
  3. Toronto Zoo to host the first Skype virtual field trip with students in Port Alberni, B.C.

    Canadianreviewer.com - Technology 01.21 / 18:01 canadianreviewer.com
    To celebrate Canada's 150th birthday, Microsoft is partnering with heritage sites and points of interest including the Toronto Zoo to give Canadian students the opportunity to learn more about their country – without leaving their classroom – via Skype virtual field trips. On Monday, January 23, 2017 join Janet Kennedy, President of Microsoft Canada and Robin Hale, Chief Operating Officer at the Toronto Zoo as they connect with students…
  4. National Parks Twitter shut down after Inauguration Day tweet

    Globalnews.ca - Technology 01.21 / 16:53 globalnews.ca
    As Donald Trump took office, Americans (as well as the rest of the world) found themselves dealing with a new online…
  5. Apple files US$1 billion lawsuit against Qualcomm

    Canadianreviewer.com - Technology 01.21 / 02:41 canadianreviewer.com
    Things are getting ugly between Apple and Qualcomm. Apple filed a lawsuit against Qualcomm this Friday claiming the chip manufacturer charges “excessive royalties” and is withholding payments in retaliation for Apple’s cooperation with South Korean regulators that are investigating Qualcomm. Apple is also accusing the chip supplier of charging an “unfair amount” to license its cellular patents. The tech giant is seeking almost US$1 billion in rebate…
  6. Questionable Rumor Suggests Group FaceTime is Coming in iOS 11

    Macrumors.com - Technology 01.20 / 22:53 www.macrumors.com
    Group FaceTime calls will be a new feature introduced in iOS 11, according to an unverified rumor shared by Israeli site The Verifier. Citing "several people familiar with iOS development," the site says group FaceTime calls are being worked on by Apple's iOS 11 team, with some of the work taking place in Israel. Said to be a "social" update that focuses on iMessage and FaceTime development, iOS 11 will reportedly let users start multi-person calls through a group conversation in…
  7. Nintendo Switch Preview Tour comes to Toronto on January 29th

    Canadianreviewer.com - Technology 01.20 / 21:13 canadianreviewer.com
      Weeks before its official launch, the new Nintendo Switch is making a special appearance in Toronto, and local gaming fans can be among the first in the world to try the new console.  The Nintendo Switch Preview Tour is making its only Canadian stop next weekend at Toronto’s Metro Toronto Convention Centre, and on Sunday, January 29, fans can experience Nintendo’s newest home console first-hand.  Across a 10,000 square foot event, attendees will be able…
  8. LG G6: What's the story so far?

    Pocket-lint.com - Technology 01.20 / 17:46 www.pocket-lint.com
    LG's next flagship smartphone will probably be called the G6, and it will probably appear in the next few weeks.Rumours have been appearing speculating about what features the successor of last year's modular smartphone will offer, as well as what …
  1. On the Road: 2017 Calgary RV Expo and Sale

    Driving.ca - Auto 01.20 / 18:56 driving.ca
    CALGARY — In the early 1960s, John Steinbeck traveled across America with his dog Charley in a truck and custom-made camper. Steinbeck used the journey as the basis for the book Travels With Charley. Getting out and hitting the road is what it’s all about. From January 26 to 29 at the BMO Centre camping [&#…
  2. Hyundai RN30 is aimed at the young speed freak

    Driving.ca - Auto 01.19 / 22:12 driving.ca
    South Korean company doesn't have a history of racing, but this car looks like the real…
  3. NEVER WET products by RUST-OLEUM

    Quadnet.ca - Auto 01.19 / 15:05 quadnet.ca
    A revolutionary super hydrophobic system. This product creates a barrier that dramatically repels water, mud, ice and more. Can be used on a variety of surfaces and people keep coming up with more practical applications every day. Without surprise, the entire off-road community has been excited about this product. Guards…
  4. Toronto Jeep owner gets stuck trying to drive on Lake Ontario

    Autofocus.ca - Auto 01.19 / 11:21 www.autofocus.ca
    The owner of a new Wrangler decided to try his hand at off-roading, but soon found himself on thin ice, both physically and…
  5. CADA Summit speaker: Dealers can be “tech teachers”

    Canadianautodealer.ca - Auto 01.18 / 15:02 canadianautodealer.ca
    If they play their cards right, dealers have an opportunity to become the “tech teachers” that can help guide consumers through a world of increased technological complexity, says Jesse Hirsh, a futurist, author and technology expert who will deliver a keynote address at the 5th annual CADA Summit event held [&#…