The company tunes its lights to mimic the sun’s natural progression.
This year’s event is forecast to have over 260 exhibitors, and organizers anticipate an audience of 7650 attendees from across all industries and sectors.
After a highly publicized and should-have-been-criminally manipulative search that lasted for more than a year, the corporate megagiant Amazon has finally revealed the locations of new headquarters it plans to establish in North America.
You may find the first hours of Red Dead Redemption 2 somewhat ponderous.
Since the Apple Watch was introduced back in 2015, the software and interfaces have been improved but the device itself mostly remained t
Ever since test-driving the iPhone X last year, I’ve been waiting to see how Apple would iterate the smartphone.
The only government agency in Canada to declare its love for Linux is here in B.C.
The Swiss thinker will discuss how political unity is vital for achieving a zero-waste future at a Vancouver conference.
The theme for the event is the “reality revolution", and will spotlight emerging tech like AI, robotics, quantum, cleantech, blockchain, and VR and AR.
The 16-foot self-serve kiosks lets customers collect their pre-paid products in under a minute.
Over the next 10 years, B.C. will lose two million jobs, but will gain three million more. The catch? We don’t know what they are.
Unafraid to confront everything from jihadism to Gamergate, Javaad Alipoor's play doesn’t offer easy answers to any of the difficult questions it asks.
The new Assassin's Creed game from Ubisoft is quite unlike the others in the blockbuster franchise.
There's some confusion in the tech community after a real-estate report was adjusted to delete any mention of this.
Stanley Q. Woodvine gets to the heart of one of the biggest takeovers in tech history.
The company's technology turns anything with wheels into an autonomous machine.
The professor of media arts and sciences at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has been credited with coming up with the concept of affective computing.
This is part two of Stanley Q. Woodvine's look at the personal documents found on the SD card of a Treo 680 phone that he used between 2007 and 2013.
This post owes its existence to the fact that in December 2017, Stanley Q. Woodvine found (and then lost) a replacement proprietary charging cable for the phone.
Growing from 15 companies in 2015 to over 220 organizations this year, Vancouver’s VR and AR ecosystem is one of the city’s best tech success stories.