With less time spent practicing and performing real face-to-face communication, the scientists’ worry, social skills will decline, much as without physical exercise, muscle tone in our bodies will decline.
By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla
The Ontario Telemedicine Network (OTN) hosted an eight week Hacking Health Design Challenge where over 80 developers worked to create innovations to transform healthcare in Ontario.
For years, rumours have ebbed and flowed on Apple’s alleged plans to enter the TV market by designing and manufacturing its own flat-panel TV. Such a scenario already seemed unlikely, given that the company’s interest had more to do with software than hardware.
Ryerson’s Digital Media Zone (DMZ) is partnering with Waterloo’s Communitech and Toronto’s OneEleven to share their facilities, resources and talent. Communitech and OneEleven, like the DMZ, help entrepreneurs grow their businesses.
A new year means a new crop of flagship smartphones, and among the group of Android handsets, Samsung’s Galaxy S6 and HTC’s One M9 are two of the best to choose from. Both are compelling and refined, making the decision more of a practical one.
By Christine Persaud
A new documentary called CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap, will debut at the Tribeca Film Festival, which takes place April 15-26 in New York City, and sheds light on the need for encouraging more female participation – and acceptance – in the computer sciences.
Canadians are amng the world’s leading consumers of Internet and cell services, but companies that deliver the goods to us have more work to do in terms of being open and respectful about service contracts, monthly fees and consumer privacy.
Since Samsung announced it would launch two versions of the Galaxy S6 — a regular “flat” model and the Edge — consumers will have to choose between them. But the only real difference is the latter’s edged display, so what does it do and is it worth the extra $100 asking price?
By Christine Persaud
The Lassonde School of Engineering at York University in Toronto is making a major commitment to women and technology by striving to become the first engineering school in Canada to reach a 50:50 gender balance.
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