"INNOVATION DISTINGUISHES BETWEEN A LEADER & A FOLLOWER." ~Steve Jobs

Don’t let the radio kill your vibe

Don’t let the radio kill your vibe

The new tech-savvy generation of drivers are facing issues with cars that do not support the auxiliary port BY OLIVIA MORRIS While waiting for the lengthy road trip from Toronto to Ottawa to end, Nicolas Tatone began flipping through the radio stations in the U-Haul truck his father rented to help a friend move. Having to endure the five-hour trip […]

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Travelling through a lens

Travelling through a lens

Vacation essentials have evolved from sunscreen to GoPro BY SARA FLOREZ It’s time to pack the suitcase, go over the itinerary and check the status of the flight. Whether the destination is somewhere scorching hot or frigid cold, most people will always pack a camera to snap some vacation photos. People tend to forget to pack an extra pair of […]

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Shared economy booming

Shared economy booming

Services like Uber and Airbnb are revolutionizing the way millennials are getting from point A to point B BY CHRISTIAN AGIURRE Shared Economy is the concept of using a platform to allow people to buy, sell and/or share goods and services. Although this relatively new concept has gained traction among the younger generation – Uber and Airbnb –  the idea […]

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Technology finding its way into your wardrobe

Technology finding its way into your wardrobe

How the wearable tech industry is taking the world by storm BY MICHELLE HALIM After a game-ending injury took former Calgary Stampeder wide receiver Johnny Forzani off the football field, he tried to think of something that would get him back in the game.

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Selfie – Steem

Selfie – Steem

Altering facial features is more effective than gathering likes BY DANIELA GITTO Whoever claimed to be content with the first and only selfie they took either lied or is Kim Kardashian. Whether it be phenomenal lighting or the perfect amount of contour, it can take a minimum of 20 photos in 10 different angles to find a worthy pick.

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150 years of innovation

150 years of innovation

Celebrating Canada’s continuing technological advancements BY RYANN KAHLER It’s no surprise that Canada has become one of the most influential countries for the innovation of technology. One could say that technological innovations are one of the great prides of Canadian culture. According to the Canadian encyclopedia, Canada continues to make new developments in the technological world and continues to remain […]

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New gadgets push old ones to the trash

New gadgets push old ones to the trash

Out with the old, in with the new: Upgrading to newer gadgets BY JOSEPH AMODIO Michael Teti, A 24-year-old applied Science Masters student at the University of Toronto, sits by his laptop every year around mid-September refreshing his page in an attempt to pre-order Apple’s newest iPhone.

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Where we’re at: Artificial intelligence vs. machine learning

Where we’re at: Artificial intelligence vs. machine learning

Humanity still has the edge… for now BY CHELSEA ALPHONSO Despite all the reports of investments and advancements put towards Artificial Intelligence(A.I.) it is still often hard to understand what A.I. is.  For many, A.I. comes in the Hollywood-esque form of Ava, from Ex- Machina, a robot that could easily be mistaken for a human. From the way she looks […]

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CGI or practical effects: What looks best on the big screen?

CGI or practical effects: What looks best on the big screen?

The debate around which special effects are the best continues BY RACHEL DOSANT Award-winning movies like Pearl Harbour, Mad Max, and Transformers all have one thing in common: the use of Computer Generated Imagery (CGI).

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Empathy through virtual reality

Empathy through virtual reality

Experiencing a world of poverty and war without going anywhere BY OMAR JABER Giancarlo Vittori, 26, puts on a pair of virtual reality goggles purchased from Best Buy. On his Android device, he logs onto ProjectEmpathyVR.com, which is an online experience, designed to put the viewer in the shoes of people growing up in ghettos, living life with loved ones […]

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