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Healthism: building health literacy through the web
Damon Ramsey wants to lead the way to a new era of interactive and personalized health.
Jan 28th, 2012
Google joins protests against online piracy bills
Google joins growing movement in protest of proposed American anti-piracy legislation.
Jan 17th, 2012
Fashion and technology merge in the clothes of the future
Mechanical clothing was so last season. Next up, holographic fashion shows.
Jan 12th, 2012
Was social media the newsmaker of the year?
Facebook and Twitter are powerful, but do they really set the agenda for Vancouverites?
Dec 19th, 2011
How many sleeps to Christmas? There's an app for that
A Charlie Brown Christmas: coming to an iPad near you.
Dec 5th, 2011
An iPad Christmas Gift Guide
Gift ideas from 99 cents to $49.99 for the iPadder in your life.
Dec 3rd, 2011
Vancouver Vote Map comes to the aid of confused voters
2011 Vancouver Municipal elections: Where do you stand on the issues in this election? The West End Residents Association has created a Flash-based app that will help you figure out where you are.
Nov 12th, 2011
Talking Siriously with the iPhone 4S
Apple's new personal assistant, Siri, has personality, and can even tell you whether to carry an umbrella.
Nov 2nd, 2011
Tech ignorance risks puts us all at risk, report warns
One example? Canada's Treasury Board and Department of Finance were hacked via emails containing malicious links.
Sep 28th, 2011
Facebook's new timeline profile concerns users, but not to worry, expert says
Last week, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg launched the new timeline profile (and other applications) for his social network site. The new feature would act as a “chronological scrapbook” and...
Sep 26th, 2011