Sci/Tech

The trial began a month ago and is now operational in four stores in the GTA....

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Digital Literacy Week launched in Toronto on May 27. The week will see events and workshops geared towards digital inclusion and accessibility to technology across the city, libraries and schools....

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The expansion of mobile networks at TTC's would be a great relief for regular TTC riders by allowing them to text and call while on trains....

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Internet giant Google announced on Monday it won’t be providing future Android updates to Huawei smartphones in compliance with a U.S. government order....

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Google took a leap into the gaming industry with the announcement of its new video game streaming service Stadia...

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Ahead of the upcoming federal elections, Facebook announces its plan on how they are going to prevent misinformation. ...

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Humber College eSports division in partnership with Microsoft organized a casual tournament for League of Legends players....

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A UK-based journal Nature has reported a second case of HIV-remission, caused by transplanting HIV-resistant donor's stem cells to one's body....

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Due to the high price of wireless data in Canada, international students feels difficulties to pay the monthly bills....

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Google’s city-building subsidiary Sidewalk Labs is proposing a smart city plan for Toronto’s Quayside neighbourhood and plans for data collection that may infringe on privacy rights....

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