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Bitcoin's promise: a financial revolution the web's been waiting for

Bitcoin may not be the messiah of a new currency its hardcore fans yearn for, but it may herald the deeper financial revolution the internet has been waiting for.
In the Media by Jeremy Wagstaff (Reuters)

Bouygues could turn from predator to prey in French telecoms war

French conglomerate Bouygues, having lost out in a takeover battle for Vivendi's telecoms business SFR, risks becoming prey rather than predator in a domestic mobile market with scope ...
In the Media by Natalie Huet and Gilles Guillaume (Reuters)

Beyond Mt. Gox, bitcoin believers keep the faith, see more robust system

The apparent collapse of Tokyo-based bitcoin exchange Mt.
In the Media by Jeremy Wagstaff (Reuters)

IOC mulls revamp of Games bid process, sports and risk

From a cheaper bidding process to hosting Games in more than one city, the International Olympic Committee opened the floor to suggestions on Wednesday as it looks to keep the world's biggest m
In the Media by Karolos Grohmann (Reuters)

The Future of Nutrition Conference, Jan 27 — Free online event

The Future of Nutrition Online Conference will feature compelling new insights and diverse approaches to what the future holds when it comes to nutrition and personal transformation.
In the Media by Jeannie Stokowski-Bisanti

Robot handjobs are the way of the future

Last weekend a virtual sex simulator, dubbed the "VR Tenga," debuted in Japan. It's a joint effort from Tenga, an adult toy company, and Oculus VR, a virtual reality pioneer.
In the Media by Owen Weldon - 1 comment

Review: Drake delights hometown crowd in Toronto Special

Toronto - On October 25 at the Air Canada Centre, Torontonians got to see something unique and rare: a returning hometown hero at the top of his game. Welcome back, Drake.
Digital Journal Report by Burke Mudge - 2 comments

Op-Ed: A first look at America's new Distopian Party Special

Though it's not yet an official electoral third party, The Distopian Party, which officially launched today, has some decidedly weighty objectives.
Digital Journal Report by Jeff Campagna - 3 comments

Review: ‘The Purge’ rids itself of innovation Special

‘The Purge’ follows one family over the course of single night during which all crimes are legal and they are forced to protect themselves from the brutality that arrives at their doorstep.
Digital Journal Report by Sarah Gopaul

Tactile tablet screens could spark tangible revolution Special

New microfluidic tactile tablet screens were unveiled at this year's CES. The morphing screen layer from Tactus Technology could be the start of major new innovations in industrial design and computer technology.
Digital Journal Report by Blair McBride

Driver not required: How robot cars will revolutionize our roads

Every day, millions of people of every age and background put themselves in an incredibly dangerous object and operate it at high speeds around masses of other people.
In the Media by Chris Stewart - 2 comments

Op-Ed: We are becoming consumer cattle of virtual goods

As long as we in the West consume we will be looked after by our governments because consuming is our 'purpose'. We are consumer cattle. The method of 'farming' is about to be refined. The new sought after consumer goods are virtual.
In the Media by Leah Gray - 1 comment

Op-Ed: Does education matter in America today?

This article attempts to answer the question young people have been asking for aeons, does education matter? Taking a global and success based perspective, it leads us to believe that only an individual can answer that question for themselves.
In the Media by Donald Quinn - 5 comments

Op-Ed: Augmented reality the key to the future

Augmented reality is the key to the future of this world. It could change the world completely and have a massive impact on businesses.
In the Media by Melissa Horrocks - 1 comment

Op-Ed: The future is now with augmented reality

The future is now! There is a new technology that is being developed called Augmented Reality. Augmented Reality is the application of computer generated data applied to the real world in real time.
In the Media by Akeem Smith - 5 comments

Op-Ed: The Socially Networked Future of International Diplomacy Special

Paris - Well before entering political office, tomorrow's world leaders are meeting, talking and sharing --right now-- using social networks, with serious implications for our future global order.
Digital Journal Report by Robert Onley

Op-Ed: Israel and the incomplete Arab Spring – Egypt

Gaza - The fall of Mubarak regime was supposed to be the corner stone of a new Middle East. Not the Middle East that was planned and aspired to by the Bush Administration, which was orchestrated and set into motion by PNAC and by his foreign secretary
In the Media by Sameh A. Habeeb - 1 comment

Op-Ed: June 2021 — Ten Predictions for the Coming Decade

Ten predictions for the forthcoming ten years. You thought you had it bad in the first decade of this century? You ain't seen nothin' yet!
In the Media by Sam Vaknin - 1 comment

Amid fuss over future energy, tidal power makes quiet progress

As the debates over future energy sources rage on, one method has drawn relatively little public attention – tidal power.
In the Media by Martin Laine - 2 comments

Op-Ed: Brazilians head to the polls again

Porto Alegre - Voters in Brazil are getting ready to vote in their next president in a run-off contest to be held next Sunday. Who might be the next to inherit the throne is anyone's guess.
In the Media by Mauro Paim - 2 comments

Are smartphones bringing us into the future? Special

The 1950's scientists envisioned so much for our future: teleportation, space rockets as cars and houses that can be controlled by one device. Not everything but finally smartphones have helped us get a third of the way there.
Digital Journal Report by Alex Iszatt - 2 comments

Google, CIA invest equal amounts in company to predict future

Google and the CIA have invested in a company called Recorded Future, a firm that monitors the Web in real time. Saying it uses the information to predict the future, the company describes its service as "the ultimate tool for open-source intelligence."
In the Media by R. C. Camphausen - 3 comments

Survey: For students happiness overrules money

A recent survey revealed that today's high school and university students would rather be happy and have a loving family and friends instead of being rich.
In the Media by KJ Mullins - 1 comment

Toronto residents leery about city's future

Toronto - A research report released today by George Brown College says that Toronto residents are pessimistic about whether Toronto will be any better when it comes to social and economic issues in 10 years.
In the Media by KJ Mullins - 2 comments

Berlin conference looks at effects of climate change on cities Special

Berlin - What are the effects of climate change in a metropolis like Berlin? What solutions are viable in other cities? A Berlin climate change conference are asking these questions and looking for answers.
Digital Journal Report by Riccardo Valsecchi - 2 comments

Digital Journal presents the 'Future of Media' recently held an intimate and interactive panel discussion on the future of media. Speakers from five media outlets gathered in Toronto to discuss citizen journalism, business models and changes in mainstream media.
In the Media by Digital Journal Staff

Buffet: 'Future of the newspaper industry is dismal'

Businessman Warren Buffett has a dim view about the future of the newspaper industry. He said his company would not invest in newspapers at any price.
In the Media by Chris V. Thangham - 2 comments

Futuristic Ray Kurzweil Sees The Future Of Immortality

A scientific theorist, Ray Kurzweil sees the future of immortality. Kurzweil's whole life has been spent dedicated, and fascinated with technology and scientific advances.
In the Media by Matt Dehekker

Op-Ed: Middle age is looking tough on NASA

NASA is now the senior citizen of the Space Age, and it’s acting like it. Current news points to a lack of direction, lack of ideas, lack of leadership, and lack of money. A midlife crisis started a decade ago, and the agency has taken some big hits.
In the Media by Paul Wallis - 4 comments

Researchers: 'your lifestyle behavior can alter children’s DNA'

Researchers have pointed out that personal lifestyle has a profound effect on family traits, offering either a better or worse outcome for future generations.
In the Media by Chris V. Thangham - 3 comments
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From left to right: Neil Canton  Huey Lewis  Mary Steenburgen  Christopher Lloyd  Michael J. Fox  Le...
From left to right: Neil Canton, Huey Lewis, Mary Steenburgen, Christopher Lloyd, Michael J. Fox, Lea Thompson, Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale reunite in October 2010 for the release of the 'Back To The Future' 25th Anniversary Trilogy set
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Lea Thompson, Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd in 'Back To The Future'
Drake performs to an adoring crowd on his birthday Thursday night at ACC in Toronto.
Drake performs to an adoring crowd on his birthday Thursday night at ACC in Toronto.
The mobile circular stage allowed Drake to perform for all levels at the ACC
The mobile circular stage allowed Drake to perform for all levels at the ACC

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