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Microsoft's new mission is all about digital transformation

Microsoft is reinventing itself around sales to industry sectors in a move that sees it shift towards bringing about revolutionary societal changes. The company has doubled down on digitally transforming industries ranging from healthcare to finance.

Nintendo doing better than in years, but it has one huge problem

Nintendo's doing better than it has in years. The Japanese game company's newest console, the Switch, is surpassing even the loftiest sales expectations from analysts.

Tackling the opioid crisis through innovative technology

In response to the opioid crisis and the escalation in the number of deaths from prescription medicines, heroin and opioids in the United States, innovators, and tech companies are using technology to create solutions.

This woman's new search company should make Google worried

Searching on Google can often feel like a useless pursuit. Type something into the search box, and millions of results pop up with endless information that can take hours to sort through.

Global ransomware attacks on the rise: Europol

Den Haag - Global ransomware attacks soared by over 11 percent in the 12 months to March, Europol reported Tuesday, but specialist tools developed with its partners had helped unlock some 28,000 encrypted devices.

U.K. farmers using new technology to stop sheep rustling

Farmers in Cumbria, U.K. are fighting back against thieves who have been stealing their sheep, using cutting-edge technology in a 12-month pilot project in the country's Lake District.

Invasive plants follow fracking into Marcellus shale forests

Invasive, non-native plant species have been making significant inroads into Pennsylvania's forests along with unconventional natural gas fracking, a long-term study by researchers has found.

The impacts of slashing science funding can be far-reaching

There has never been an American president as hostile toward federal support of the sciences than Donald Trump. In the six months since he took office, he has drastically undercut science and research efforts by the federal government.

Toronto is the fastest-growing tech market in North America

A new report shows that Toronto is North America’s fastest-growing tech market. The fourth largest city in North America is becoming a leader in all things technology and innovation.

India unveils country's first train with solar powered coaches

New Delhi - Indian Railways is the largest rail network in Asia and a huge consumer of diesel fuel. However, this is all about to change with the debut in New Delhi of it's Diesel Electric Multiple Unit (DEMU) with solar powered coaches.

Rover comes out on top at culmination of the INFINITI Lab program

Luxury car brand INFINITI hosted its pre-accelerator pitch night this week for eight Toronto startups. After a rigorous four-week program, the innovators were ready to show why their products represent the best in IoT and smart city technology.

Marissa Mayer wants to be a CEO again

Now that Yahoo is safely in the hands of its new owner, Verizon, its famous CEO Marissa Mayer is looking for her next CEO gig.

Toronto to use innovative tech solutions to handle city problems

Toronto - In finding solutions to a number of city challenges, Toronto has formed a Civic Innovations Office. The office will work with City Divisions and agencies in identifying major challenges that can be solved using innovative partnerships with outside teams.

New version of Google Glass used by factory workers for two years

You may have thought Google Glass was dead, but the search giant has quietly resurrected its once-controversial smart glasses.

Citigroup staffing up for new center to unleash robotics

Citigroup is staffing up for the robotic revolution. The New York-based financial services giant has plastered online jobs boards advertising roles at a new automation center that will deploy new robotic technology throughout the bank.

Out of the woods: Thai 'hermits' harness web to go global

Khon Kaen - From communing with forest spirits to whipping up love potions, Thailand's cave-dwelling hermits once conducted their supernatural endeavours with just ancient magic and ritual as their guide.

Tech and Wall Street team up with U.S. shale oil companies

Continued worries over a global oversupply have knocked about 10 percent off U.S. crude futures this year, even though a deal had been reached with OPEC to curb production. But that hasn't stopped U.S. shale firms from pumping even more oil.

S.Africa's white enclave eyes move to e-cash

Johanesburg - A whites-only enclave in South Africa has resisted the country's multi-racial reality for more than two decades, even adopting its own paper money in its bid to promote self-sufficiency.

This company is taking cues from Amazon to reinvent manufacturing

3D printing was supposed to reinvent the world — giving common people the simple tools they needed to create any object they needed, right when they needed it, provided it was made out of certain metals or plastic.

A Wall Street legend is backing a bitcoin trading startup

Wall Street investors have been slow to embrace bitcoin, even as the cryptocurrency has soared. John Mack, the former CEO of Morgan Stanley who led the bank through the doldrums of the financial crisis, wants to change that.

Facebook reportedly planning a much cheaper VR headset for 2018

Facebook-owned Oculus VR plans to release a much cheaper virtual-reality headset priced at roughly $200 in 2018, according to a new report from Bloomberg.

MoveTheDial founder Jodi Kovitz talks diversity and inclusion

MoveTheDial founder and AceTech CEO Jodi Kovitz is pushing for tech businesses to put diversity and inclusion at the forefront of their development.

Elevate Toronto to bring city’s startup ecosystem to global stage

Toronto already has the ‘Hollywood North’ reputation going for it. The City is a widely sought-after film destination, and the Toronto International Film Festival has put the city on the creative map.

Dutch project tests floating cities to seek more space

Den Haag - Dutch researchers unveiled Tuesday a model of what could become within two decades a floating mega-island to be used as a creative solution for accommodating housing, ports, farms or parks.

The working environment is changing — and tech is here to help

Thanks to transformative technologies, the working space is changing. More people are working from home than ever before, allowing companies to harness efficiencies and save costs in the process.

Apple is making Samsung rich

Samsung Electronics forecasted record profit and sharply increased revenue in an earnings guidance release on Friday. Samsung expects its operating profit to increase 72 percent to $12.1 billion and revenue to rise 18 percent to around $52 billion.

Elon Musk's Tesla to build world's largest battery in Australia

Sydney - Elon Musk's Tesla will build what the maverick entrepreneur claims is the world's largest lithium ion battery within 100 days, making good on a Twitter promise to ease South Australia's energy woes.

SoundCloud will cut 40 percent of its staff as company struggles

Streaming service SoundCloud has cut about 40 percent of its staff, in a move that will allow the company to better compete with its larger music streaming rivals, Spotify and Apple Music, Bloomberg reports.

Custom-made clothes for all within reach says top designer

Paris - Japanese designer Yuima Nakazato claimed Wednesday that he has cracked a digital technique which could revolutionise fashion with mass made-to-measure clothes.

One of the busiest bitcoin exchanges has been hacked

One of the largest bitcoin exchanges in the world has been hacked, and 30,000 customers' data has been compromised, according to a report from Yonhap News.
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