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How to play global IT spending trends
Financial Post
Global IT spending has apparently not bottomed yet, according to J.P. Morgan, which lowered its 2013 growth estimate to 0.6 per cent from 1.2 per cent. Analyst Mark Moskowitz continues to expect information technology spending growth will trail global GDP in 2013. However, he is more optimistic for 2014, introducing a growth estimate of 3.6 per cent.
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Fetch! Robot retrievers compete in $1.5 million NASA contest
The Globe and Mail
Eleven robots faced off in a Massachusetts field on showing off their ability to independently track down objects in a hunt for $1.5 million in prize money at a NASA-sponsored contest aimed at speeding technological development. In the first day of a three-day event, robots designed by teams from the United States, Estonia and Canada set out from a platform in a 0.8-hectare park at Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
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Google Glass banned in some U.S. casinos
CBC News
Casinos in several U.S. states are forbidding gamblers from wearing Google Glass, computerized eyewear capable of shooting photos, filming video and surfing the internet. Regulators say the gadgets could be used to cheat at card games.
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Waste-to-energy technology is cleaner and safer than generally believed
Minn Post
When we think of climate-change deniers, Tea Partiers and Republicans often come to mind. But some of the most troubling stumbling blocks to reducing greenhouse gases come from urban liberals and left-leaning environmental groups who oppose burning municipal solid waste to produce energy.
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The next Facebook? 2 ventures born in the dorm room
The Globe and Mail
The successful company started in a dorm room has gained almost mythic status. But at Duke University, the dream is more than a myth or pipe dream. Meet two entrepreneurs who made their homework into thriving companies. The way Matthew Kane tells it, Precision BioSciences was born at a two-year-old's birthday party at a Japanese steakhouse. His classmate, who later became his partner, got into a conversation with two young post-docs researching genetics.
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Penn West Petroleum to cut jobs, dividend as CEO steps down
Financial Post
Penn West Petroleum the third-worst performing Canadian oil and gas producer in the past year, said Murray Nunns will step down as chief executive officer as the company cuts costs and considers asset sales. David Roberts, former chief operating officer of Marathon Oil will replace Nunns on June 19, Calgary-based Penn West said in a statement.
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PCI Geomatics Software supports Landsat-8 sensor
Directions Magazine
PCI Geomatics, a world-leading developer of remote sensing and photogrammetric software and systems, announced that it now supports Landsat-8 imagery within its software suite. Having officially entered its operation phase, Landsat-8 provides continuity to the Landsat Mission, which has been capturing imagery of the earth since 1972, dating back to the original Landsat satellite, the Earth Resources Technology Satellite or Landsat-1.
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How to play global IT spending trends
Financial Post
Global IT spending has apparently not bottomed yet, according to J.P. Morgan, which lowered its 2013 growth estimate to 0.6 per cent from 1.2 per cent.

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Push on for petroleum coke study before Keystone pipeline gets OK
CBC News
A U.S. congressman is calling for a complete health review of petroleum coke before Washington approves the Keystone XL Pipeline.

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Chris Hadfield has helped tie technology to human meaning
Montreal Gazette
During these past few months, we watched reports from space by Chris Hadfield. The advances made in the last 50 years make one's head spin, and progress in science will increase at a faster rate in our immediate future.

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Flexible carbon nanotechnology film transistors
Nano Werk
Flexible electronics are all the rage these days. They promise an entirely new design tool like for instance, tiny smartphones that wrap around our wrists, and flexible displays that fold out as newspapers or large as a television or photovoltaic cells and reconfigurable antennas that conform to the roofs and trunks of our cars or flexible implants that can monitor and treat cancer or help paraplegics walk again.
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China: Action for air quality control under review
ECNS.cn
The draft of a coordinated mechanism for Beijing and Hebei province to cooperate in air pollution control has been sent to the State Council for further review, an official with Hebei's environmental department. A united organization composed of leaders from the three governments will be set up once the draft receives approval, which will help officials release early warnings on smog and allow for concerted actions to curb air pollution, said Sun Xuejun, head of the pollution control office with Hebei Environmental Protection Bureau.
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