Sci/Tech

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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A new survey by Pew Research Center says 43 per cent of Canadians have a fear of cyberattacks on national security information, public infrastructure and election tampering. ...

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Apple addresses group FaceTime glitch

February 1, 2019 | 0 Comments

Apple Inc. released a statement today apologizing for a security glitch in its FaceTime app....

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The FIRST robotics competition will help change the Christian African Canadian community, and it is also one of the best ways to expose their youth to STEM....

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Rodrigo Diaz Eric Mazza was making a big effort just by keeping his eyes open. The Global Game Jam 2019 was minutes away from reaching its end and most participants had already uploaded their projects....

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Toronto Public Health has vaccinated nearly 7,000 people in community clinics so far this flu season. Additionally, pharmacies, doctors and health care providers have given the flu shot to one million city residents....

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Humber College wants more female volunteers to help the institution host the FIRST Robotics district competition in March....

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