Sci/Tech

Starting Friday, anyone with an LTE cellphone will receive emergency alerts about possible nationwide threats, including natural disasters, terrorist attacks or Amber Alerts. ...

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Digital privacy was a major concern of attendees at a public consultation hosted by Sidewalk Toronto on Tuesday....

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Matthew Frank Wars in space might not involve darting spaceships, fiery explosions and grand laser battles from the movies. But, a new branch of the military seems like something straight out of science fiction —...

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Amy Chen Electric blue strobe lights hit the stage of video game players when they faced off against each other, each hoping to be crowned the EGLX Hearthstone champion. Onlookers held their collective breath in...

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Stephen Hawking dead at 76

March 15, 2018 | 0 Comments

Stephen Hawking, one of the most influential and inspirational scientists has died at his home in Cambridge on Wednesday, March 14. The British cosmologist influenced physics by developing a much better understanding of causality, by understanding...

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Maheen Malik For anyone that dreams of going into space, this is their lucky day. NASA’s new mission to explore the sun is going to be carrying a plethora of names from all over the...

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Autonomous Cars are Far on The Horizon Despite Increasing Consumer Confidence...

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Robots in the workplace

February 16, 2018 | 0 Comments

The robots are coming. And they're taking our jobs....

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Humber students put their skills to the test Thursday at the Skills Mechatronics Qualifying Competition. This same competition sent two Humber students all the way to the international competition in Dubai, last year ....

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A recent National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) report recorded 2017 as one of the hottest years on record, almost positively reinforcing the generally accepted notion of climate change and global warming....

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