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ST is helping connected car makers to address the cyber-security challenges with its new automotive processors that feature a dedicated, built-in security module. The new Telemaco3P telematics and...

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Tech giant IBM has teamed up with a Toronto-based fintech company Dream Payments, with the goal of transforming the way mobile payments are made within financial institutions. Financial institutions...

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Alphabet’s Sidewalk Labs and the city of Toronto are partnering to create a new waterfront development that will exhibit “forward-thinking urban design and new digital technology”.  Arguably...

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The health and safety of staff in hazardous environments stands to be one of the biggest beneficiaries of the mining industry’s move towards automation and IoT. Global mobile satellite communications...

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Next month will be the third anniversary of Samsung Gear smartwatch, one of the first mass-market wearables with phone capabilities. We’ve since seen two successor devices from Samsung as well as several...

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What goes on inside of a Magic 8 Ball when you ask it a question and shake? Sure, as an adult you might guess that it’s some sort of fluid and a geometric shape that floats to the surface; but if you...

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Strategy, at its heart, is about choice. Few companies succeed by making a single big bet. Most winning strategies are based on a bundle of choices about, among other things, the customers to serve,...

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When you travel, you likely collect photographs and knick-knacks that can be displayed nicely for yourself and others. David Levin, however, took this one step further and used an MP3 recorder to capture...

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With the wave of personal assistants, such as Siri, Cortana and Google Assistant, and new start-ups leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) and analytics to build personal companions, it’s becoming clear...

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Software business provider TestPlant has announced the launch of its digital automation intelligence testing suite, aiming to help organisations keep up with developmental challenges through artificial...

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The smart home revolution is still in its early days. Even with the programmable devices that exist already — the thermostats that learn your patterns, the voice-controlled assistants and the lighting...

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“There’s all sorts of useful algorithms – the right algorithms are impacting everything that we do,” explains Dr. John Bates, CEO of TestPlant. “It’s about the software...