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Apps for Climate Change: Get Your Vote On!
Find out how many flushes you can take with rainwater from your roof and other fascinating climate data thanks to the B.C. government's Apps for Climate Action contest.
Aug 22nd, 2010
In defence of the CRTC
Recent rulings suggest the electronic media regulator can do the right thing when faced with public pressure.
Aug 19th, 2010
NetSquared Camp in photos
NetSquared connects technology and social issues to create change.
Aug 17th, 2010
The iPad is ideal for reading magazines, watching movies and many other activities. You can even tell the future or fly a plane.
Aug 15th, 2010
iPad in-depth: portable productivity
Contrary to rumour, you can use the iPad for creativity and productivity.
Aug 2nd, 2010
Let's follow Norway to become the greenest city in the world
The City of Vancouver recently launched the website Talk Green to Us and set out 10 ambitious goals to make itself the greenest city in the world. One goal (number four) specifically focuses on green...
Jul 30th, 2010
Cetaceans in captivity: an SFU researcher may have a solution
Virtual belugas like these may one day replace captive belugas at the Vancouver Aquarium, according to an SFU researcher.
Jul 24th, 2010
Digital media students want to raise your carbon consciousness
Carbon Chaos is a fun and free iPhone game designed to raise environmental awareness.
Jul 18th, 2010
Ubuntu: a computer operating system built around community
It's a South African word that means "humanity to others", and no, it's not "vulvuzela".
Jul 10th, 2010
One soul for one Ipad
None of us in The Vancouver Observer office can afford to run out and buy the iPad, the latest technological wunder-gadget. But that won’t stop us from dreaming up ways to get our hands on this...
Jul 7th, 2010