Google is perhaps the most remarkable company to emerge from the digital age. It sells few tangible products, and innovates in diverse ways that would be largely incomprehensible to the average consumer.
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There's a running gag in the 1993 film Demolition Man that seems more prescient with each passing year. In the future, explains Sandra Bullock, all restaurants are Taco Bell. It's a ludicrous worst-case scenario. But it's not nearly so ludicrous to wonder if, sometime soon, all retailers might be Amazon.
The Free Software Foundation has published its 2017 Ethical Technology Giving Guide, with suggestions for geek-friendly purchases that avoid DRM, spyware, and proprietary restrictions.
A press event today, hosted by Intel, offered a first look at Microsoft's new ‘Mixed Reality' hardware and software. Here are a few quick observations.
IMAX Corporation and Cineplex have officially opened their first Canadian virtual reality Centre, at the Scotiabank Theatre in downtown Toronto.
On Thursday, at the SecTor Security Education Conference in Toronto, security expert Bruce Schneier delivered a powerful keynote, outlining the digital security problems we face today, and our best strategies for dealing them.
The new Accenture 2017 Canada Cybercrime Survey reports that over half of Canadian respondents say that concern about cybercrime is limiting their use of online services.
The most futuristic technology shown at the Immersed 2017 conference last week was presented in a talk by Buzz Hays, Head of Product at Lytro Inc., in Mountain View, California.
The Immersive Technology Alliance (ITA) kicked off its fourth annual Immersed virtual reality conference today at the Ontario Science Centre, in Toronto. One highlight was a demo by Shanghai-based Pimax, of a new high-resolution VR headset.
Valve Software has announced the availability of more "core components" for manufacturers of virtual reality systems.
In a tweet last week, Guardians of the Galaxy writer/director James Gunn kicked off a personal campaign against HDTV ‘motion smoothing,' drawing enthusiastic support from many other major movie creators.