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Microsoft might have solved the HoloLens' biggest issue

Microsoft may have solved one of the biggest limitations with its HoloLens headset. Since its first unveiling, the device has suffered from a restricted field of view. A patent filing suggests a feasible way to increase the range has been developed.

Crime down but misery persists one year since Calais camp evacuation

Calais - For Fabien Sudry, a senior state official in the port of Calais, the evacuation of the squalid "Jungle" migrant camp 12 months ago has changed the lives of security forces and locals.

Gina Tognoni talks Emmy win, 'The Young and the Restless' Special

Acclaimed actress Gina Tognoni chatted with me about her 2017 Emmy win for "Outstanding Lead Actress" for her role as Phyllis Summers in "The Young and the Restless."

Review: 98 Degrees glorious on new Christmas album 'Let It Snow' Special

Grammy-nominated pop group 98 Degrees released their new Christmas album "Let It Snow" on October 20 via UMe, and it is utterly fantastic.

Heartbroken residents get glimpse of Raqa in ruins

Ak - Tears streaming down her freckled face, 35-year-old Asya took in the shattered glass, gutted storefronts and crumbling cafes -- all that remain of her favourite shopping street in Syria's Raqa.

No pomp as Russia revolution centenary nears

Moscow - A century after its revolution shook the world, Russia strives to strike an odd balance between remembering the uprising that brought about the Soviet Union, while stopping short of romanticising regime change.

Soda tax supporters try to pivot from Chicago setback

New York - US public health advocates are hoping to pivot after a major setback in Chicago, where local lawmakers repealed a soda tax after only two months following fierce industry-backed lobbying.

New coin offering Tezos bogged down by internal fracas

Only three months ago tech project Tezos was able to raise $232 million online in what was a very successful initial coin offering (ICO) in which a new project is financed and a new currency is created.

Epiphany Mattel talks new hip hop single '#FixYoFace' Special

Hip hop artist Epiphany Mattel chatted with Digital Journal about her hot new club single "#FixYoFace." She also discussed how technology has molded the hip hop and club scene.

Mickey Jack Cones talks digital transformation of country music Special

Nashville - Acclaimed country producer Mickey Jack Cones chatted with Digital Journal about the digital transformation of the country music industry, and he gave an exclusive gender reveal of his twins (that he and his wife are expecting).

Smell of death permeates Kabul mosque hit by suicide bomber

Kabul - The smell of death permeated the Imam Zaman mosque in Kabul on Saturday hours after dozens of Shiite worshippers were slaughtered by a suicide bomber during evening prayers.

Ubuntu 17.10 delivers new desktop and cloud enhancements

Canonical has launched Ubuntu 17.10, a significant milestone for the Linux OS. On the desktop, Ubuntu now comes with GNOME preinstalled by default, replacing Canonical's own Unity experience. There's also changes aimed at developers working in the cloud.

Computerized brain training tackles bipolar disorder: Interview Special

A new study from Harvard University and Maclean Hospital is the first to show that a type of computerized brain training can drive gains in measures of cognition among patients with bipolar disorder. To find out more, we spoke with the researchers.

Communism is 'beyond' them, but Chinese still flock to the party

Bejing - Marx might struggle to recognise his heirs among the billionaires, skyscrapers and stock exchanges of modern China.

Two more Weinstein accusers go public with sex assault claims

Los Angeles - A former actress accused Harvey Weinstein Friday of unzipping his pants and forcing himself on her, as a separate alleged victim publicly repeated rape allegations she had made in a newspaper interview.

Steady hand: how to do open-heart surgery in a quake

Mexico - When the ground started shaking in Mexico City on September 19, many people ran out into the street.Not David Arellano.In the middle of performing open-heart surgery on a newborn, the pediatric surgeon just concentrated harder.

US urges Iraq forces to limit movements in disputed areas

Washington - The United States called Friday for Iraqi federal forces to limit their "movements" in areas claimed by both them and the country's Kurds to avoid more violence between Washington's allies.

Korean, Iranian dramas share top prize at Asia's leading film fest

Busan - A Korean drama about desperate teens and a movie that exposes the hardships of daily life in the Iranian capital Tehran shared the top prize at Asia's premier film festival on Saturday.

Samsung announces plans to 'democratise' the Internet of Things

Samsung launched several new Internet of Things services this week during the company's annual Developer Conference. The company said it wants to enable "connected, seamless experiences" to assist consumers, including voice control and augmented reality.

SomaDetect develops breakthrough technology for dairy industry

Fredericton - A Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada agricultural tech company was the winner of a $1.0 million prize Thursday night, October 5, in the 43North annual international business plan competition in Buffalo, N.Y.
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