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BlackBerry Q10 coming to Canada on May 1
Canada Business Review
BlackBerry has announced the long-awaited BlackBerry Q10 will launch May 1 in Canada. Offering the BlackBerry Q10 are Rogers Wireless, Bell Mobility and Telus. Wireless customers will be required to sign a three-year contract to acquire the device at the discounted price of $199. The smartphone will also be available at additional retailers including, Walmart Canada and Future Shop.
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Technology will change universities as it changed the music industry
The Globe and Mail
The world's media recently reported how a new approach to online learning called massive, open, online courses allowed a 12-year-old girl from Pakistan to study subjects like astrobiology from the worlds top universities. The story captured our attention, hinting at how education might open doors in ways unimaginable just a few years ago.
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School gets tech savvy
The North Bay Nugget
The Near North District School Board will spend $400,000 from its reserves to purchase computers and make infrastructure improvements at 'F.J. McElligott', The project dubbed FJM:2020, otherwise known as F.J. McElligott 2020 Initiative, will mean an infusion of new technology for the school's 107 students.
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New technologies can help make mining greener
Vancouver Sun
With its mobile ready-to-assemble drilling kits, Energold Drilling is used to going into untrammelled corners of the Earth and sometimes with unexpected results. In particular, Energold CEO and president Fred Davidson recalls the Shuar tribe of Ecuador.
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A meteor app for your phone? Space lovers to create software at weekend event
Montreal Gazette
A smartphone app that warns about incoming meteors is just one practical application that could be developed soon. Two Canadian cities are playing host to scores of space-minded hackers in a 48-hour international programming event billed as the largest of its kind.
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Technology seen as key to solving justice system problems
The Globe and Mail
Most of the problems that plague the justice system could be resolved if it were to wholeheartedly embrace technology, say a series of reports produced by legal insiders. The recommendations, contained in a trio of task force reports released Wednesday, said that all court documents ought to be filed and accessible online and that Internet advice services should be available to provide answers to the public's questions at any time of day or night.
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PCI Geomatics releases innovative technology to manage big data projects in China
Directions Magazine
PCI Geomatics, a world-leading developer of remote sensing and photogrammetric software and systems, announced that it has released key technology in China to help its customers manage increasingly large geospatial projects.
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BlackBerry Q10 coming to Canada on May 1
Canada Business Review
BlackBerry has announced the long-awaited BlackBerry Q10 will launch May 1 in Canada. Offering the BlackBerry Q10 are Rogers Wireless, Bell Mobility and Telus. Wireless customers will be required to sign a three-year contract to acquire the device at the discounted price of $199.

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Architecture school hires 6 outstanding professors
Northern Life
The Laurentian University School of Architecture said it's hired six outstanding professors. "We couldn't have hoped for a better team of people to launch our charter class in September," said the architecture school's founding director, Terrance Galvin.

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ING Robotic Aviation partners with college to offer first UAV program in Ontario
Ottawa Citizen
ING Robotic Aviation, Canada's leader in unmanned aircraft system solutions, is pleased to announce it will be partnering with Canadore College to offer the first UAV program in Ontario. This demonstrates leadership not only in Canada but also internationally.

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Cutting-edge nanotechnology research
Vancouver Desi
The Jamia Milia Islamia here is at the forefront of path-breaking research in nanotechnology, which could change the lives of people for the better, a university official said. A sophisticated process machine has been installed in the Centre for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology here, and was recently inaugurated by vice-chancellor Najeeb Jung, the official said.
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Research and markets: Biotechnology market, global industry analysis, size, share, growth, trends and forecast, 2010 - 2017
Business Wire
The biotechnology market is expected to show substantial growth over the forecast period owing to regulatory support offered to various companies operating in the biotechnology field. In addition, the increased demand for food in developing countries has spurred the growth of the bioagriculture market. Bioseeds are expected to show exponential growth as compared to conventional seeds over the forecast period.
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