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The Pentagon has banned Pokémon Go

Pokémon No. The Pentagon has the wildly popular mobile Japanese mobile game within its facility grounds and all near all other Department of Defense facilities. The moves comes just days after it banned the game from government-issued cell phones. ...

Why legaltech won’t bring about ‘The End of Lawyers’

Six years ago, Richard Susskind published The End of Lawyers?, a book with a scary title but incredi...

Deriving graphene-like films from salt

This research comes from Russia (mostly). A July 29, 2016 news item on ScienceDaily describes a grap...

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University of Chicago Tells Millennials to Suck It Up, "We Do Not Condone 'Safe Spaces'"

In a refreshing and stark contrast to other universities that have seemingly tripped over themselves to accommodate every silly request from America's pampered Millennials in their never ending quest for "safe spaces," the University of Chicago has s...

Most Millennials Have Less Than $1,000 In Savings, Live Paycheck-to-Paycheck

The majority of millennials are living paycheck to paycheck. A recent survey of millennials by HowM...

New CMA president takes up chronic case of health reform

The Canadian Medical Association has a new president to deal with what has become if not an old poli...

Trending Articles

Agency: Norway's Oil Investments Will Fall Again In 2017

Investment in Norway's oil and gas sector, a cornerstone of the economy, will drop next year as weak crude prices push energy companies to rein in their budgets, a national statistics agency survey showed on Aug. 24.Norway's offshore sector generates...

Not so rich

Paul’s buying a $1.3 million house in a sexy hood within 905 (not the one that blew up this week,...

Canadian IPO Survey - Q1, 2016: Market sputters, secondary market thrives

According to our new survey, the Canadian market for initial public offerings ground to a virtual h...

Green

Atlantic Canada steeped in energy poverty, with no end in sight

More households in Atlantic Canada experience energy poverty—a situation where more than 10 per cent of household expenditures are used to pay for energy—than anywhere else in Canada. And it may get worse, as premiers of the four Atlantic pr...

October 19-20, 2016: World Water-Tech North America 2016

Location: Toronto, Ontario Organizations: WaterTAP and Rethink Events Website: http://www.worldwater...

October 18, 2016: Water Innovation in Action 2.0

Location: Toronto, Ontario Organization: WaterTAP Website: http://www.waterinnovationaction.com/ Joi...

Tech

Helpwear wins $25,000 grand prize at CNE’s Emerging Innovators Pitch Competition

Over the course of a weekend, startups got the chance to pitch and showcase their products in a venue not commonly associated with tech: the opening weekend at the CNE. With an expected 200,000 in attendance, the CNE Innovation Garage featured local ...

Resources to Help You Build the Ultimate Data Science Team

Data scientists are among the most sought after professionals on the planet right now. In fact, the ...

Internet Purchase Exchange Zones meant to ease fear of buying used goods online

Police in Brockville, Ontario have unveiled a new Internet Purchase Exchange, which is a designated ...

Metals & Mining

Hacks to boost your credit card rewards

(Illustration by Adrian Forrow) How many loyalty programs are you signed up with? The average Canadian keeps adding more, reaching almost 14 in 2016, according to research from Bond Brand Loyalty. How about if we were just talking loyalty credit car...

Turn $245 into $1,100 with loyalty credit cards

We talked to the savviest points collectors in Canada to learn the secrets of boosting loyalty rewa...

Understanding the movement of the loonie

Understanding the movement of the loonie Last week the Canadian dollar climbed to a four week high a...

Outlook

Former ConocoPhillips Technical Expert Seaba Joins The Gas Technology Institute

The Gas Technology Institute said Aug. 24 that James Seaba has joined the company as the senior director of technology development, where he will support the evaluation and maturation of technology.From the development of novel hydrogen production t...

Canada’s Best Credit Cards 2016

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Leading LNG Importers Ease Up On The Gas

Cooler temperatures and cooling economies are cited as reasons behind a sharp slowdown in LNG purcha...

Scientists

‘Neural dust’ could lead to introduction of electroceuticals

In case anyone is wondering, the woman who’s manipulating a prosthetic arm so she can eat or a drink of coffee probably has a bulky implant/docking station in her head. Right now that bulky implant is the latest and greatest innovation for tetrapl...

Helpwear wins $25,000 grand prize at CNE’s Emerging Innovators Pitch Competition

Over the course of a weekend, startups got the chance to pitch and showcase their products in a venu...

Resources to Help You Build the Ultimate Data Science Team

Data scientists are among the most sought after professionals on the planet right now. In fact, the ...

Trading Ideas

5 Factors That Could Turn America Into Another Collapsed Empire

Authored by Todd Buchholz, originally posted op-ed at MarketWatch.com, Nations are just as likely to unravel after periods of prosperity as afte periods of depression Have you ever met an Ottoman? Or a Habsburg? Neither have I. Like a chopped-up Magr...

Steep Short-Term Declining Trend - ITTM Neutral Signal Generates on Utilities SPDR (XLU)

Before I start today's DP Alert article, I want to remind everyone that ChartCon 2016 is less than ...

Deutsche Bank CEO Warns Of "Fatal Consequences" For Savers

Deutsche Bank's war of words with the ECB is not new: it was first unveiled in February when, as we ...