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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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New University of Saskatchewan chemistry research could pave the way for cheaper gas and booze. PhD chemistry student Leila Dehabadi has developed a new way to separate water from ethanol, the key component in alcoholic beverages and biofuel,...

source: Saskatoon Star Pheonix

A new light-based innovation is coming to the medical field. This is with a cost-effective laser design that produces multi-colour lasing. This is set to provide advancement on chip-based lasers and miniaturization for the scanning of human tissue for tumors. The new technology...

source: Digital Journal

Japanese scientists have developed a hypoallergenic electronic sensor that can be worn on the skin to monitor a person's health continuously over a long period. The wearable device, that can be worn for a week without discomfort, has elastic electrodes, made up of breathable...

source: Can-India

Swedish technologists have successfully used nanotechnology to develop a biological computer, designed to solve complex mathematical problems in a far faster than conventional computers. This type of technology will aid business and academia. The technology comes from Lund...

source: Digital Journal

Since its infancy almost a decade ago, bitcoin has been both viewed skeptically and heralded as the future of currency. Its path to the latter still seems murky. A report by Internet Retailer noted just three of the top 500 online merchants...

source: By Shawn Smajstrla

After an almost four-month delay, Tim Hortons is finally ready to unveil its mobile app that will allow customers to order and pay for menu items before arriving at the restaurant, a franchise owner tells CBC News. Wade MacCallum,...

source: CBC News


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