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Picking up where Pokemon Go left off: Nintendo's plans for holiday domination

Nostalgic for their past, those who played with Pokemon cards and video games in the late 1990s shifted to a new platform this summer: Their smartphone. Three months after its debut, Pokemon Go has broken records worldwide and was...

source: By Katherine Radin
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Thomson Reuters plans to invest $100 million to help build a permanent home for its growing Toronto technology hub. The news and information company has snapped up naming rights and all of the commercial office space in a major...

source: Globe and Mail

Let's say you want to teach a robot to play basketball. How do you decide who should train it? Should you have it learn from an all-star, so that the robot mimics that player's particular style? Or should it learn from a blend of data from multiple players with varying play...

source: CBC News

To understand what Robert Smith is up to at RiceBran Technologies, one must know a bit about rice bran. The world will produce about 480 million metric tons of rice in 2017. Much of this rice will be milled to remove the outer...

source: Forbes

Farmers are looking to space in the continuous push to better know what's going on in their fields, and a growing number of public and private initiatives are helping get them there. One of the latest is a partnership between Winnipeg-based...

source: CBC News

The esports industry is rapidly evolving, going from content consumed largely through streaming platforms such as Twitch to network-backed streaming service Hulu picking up four new esports series, gradually making the watching of esports even more mainstream. Meanwhile,...

source: Forbes

Electronics in small packages can do big things in space. That sort of sums up the thinking behind defense industry giant Lockheed Martin's move to invest in commercial companies that build tiny satellites and sensors, and develop data-crunching software.

source: Space News

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