Category Archives: Tech innovation

Graphene – The material that can repair itself and more!

Yes, you heard me correctly.  Scientists have discovered, among many other amazing characteristics, that this material is able to repair itself with the aid of carbon. As talked about last year, Graphene is the material of the future. It has … Continue reading

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Ouya the Next Generation Console

I hope you are excited as I am. I’m not even a gamer, but I can appreciate what this product is going to bring to the gaming industry. If you haven’t heard about it, don’t be surprised this product only … Continue reading

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Stephen Hawking’s brain “hacked” by “iBrain”

What would you say if you could communicate without using your voice or hand gestures but only your mind alone? It sounds like Professor X from X-Men or the often questioned “mind reading” that fortune tellers claim they possess. However, … Continue reading

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Oh the Joys of Junk Fax

We’ve all been victim of it, if you have a fax machine it is inevitable that you will get that junk fax come through your machine wasting toner and paper (and not to mention causing unnecessary noise). There has been … Continue reading

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Google is Preserving Languages

For generations, the language of Tseshaht Nuu-chah-nulth has been spoken by the Hupacasath and Tseshaht First Nations of Vancouver Island. But today, it is estimated that only five people can speak it fluently.  This is just one of the many … Continue reading

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Research In Motion Ltd. Still “In Motion”?

The New Porsche Design store in Toronto’s Mink Mile launched an extravagant party this which featured collaboration between Porsche and RIM. The evening consisted of Research In Motion Ltd.’s new CEO, Thorsten Heins posing with fans in front of a … Continue reading

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Canada – 100% Wireless!

Canadians love their mobile devices. It is said that in about 3 years from now the wireless penetration rate will exceed 100%. Right now, more than 75% of Canadians own a wireless device. It is expected to increase as more consumers … Continue reading

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