Day: January 8, 2019

The best tech of CES 2019

Mashable New year. New tech! Like every January, Mashable’s Tech Team came to Las Vegas for CES to preview what’s coming in the world of consumer tech, and boy were there are lot of shiny new gadgets to see. 8K TVs dominated the Las Vegas Convention Center show floor, laptops got interesting again (remember how […]

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Avenir de l’usine d’Oshawa : GM reste sur ses positions

Radio-Canada | En ligne Le co-walking : tenir ses réunions en marchant pour avoir les idées plus claires Emplois : les robots ne sont pas près de remplacer les humains La Banque mondiale s’inquiète de la guerre commerciale sino-américaine

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Evening Brief: Trump goes prime time

iPolitics Tonight’s Evening Brief is brought to you by GovGUIDE. The ultimate resource for all things #cdnpoli. Profiles on all MPs and Senators, events calendar, brief with the day’s legislative agenda. Click here to learn more! Good evening to you. We begin today with cross-country upheaval. Protesters delayed a speech by the prime minister in […]

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What’s next for HP’s PCs?

Engadget RSS Feed It’s been a busy CES for HP, after debuting a gorgeous 65-inch gaming TV, the AMOLED-equipped Spectre x360 and the Omen 15 with a 240 Hz display. And that’s coming after a year where the company introduced the world’s first leather, the Spectre Folio. To help break down all of its recent […]

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Novus’ $35,000 electric motorcycle oozes sinister style

Engadget RSS Feed If you’ve ever seen a spy movie, you’ll know that there’s normally a rogue assassin character riding around on a motorbike in head-to-toe leather. We’re never quite sure of their allegiance until they swoop in and save the day in the final moments of the film. Give it a couple of years, […]

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Miller Waste stops to help after snowstorm

North Bay Nugget Miller Waste employees stopped Tuesday morning to help a woman whose vehicle was stuck in the snow on Durrill Street. The area received more than 10 centimetres Monday night. According to the Weather Network, the area is expected to receive another two to four centimetres before Wednesday morning. Ryan Neil to be […]

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Razer’s ‘Hypersense’ vibration tech shakes your whole gaming rig

Engadget RSS Feed When Razer released its Nari gaming headset this past fall, it brought haptics, or vibration feedback, to a new realm: your head. I’m not sure anyone was asking for that, but if the idea of adding some haptic feedback to your favorite games sounds appealing in any way, Razer my soon have […]

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New Mexico’s Pot Legalization Proposal Includes Workplace Protections

News – High Times A bill that would legalize recreational cannabis in New Mexico includes workplace protections for employees that use pot while off the job. The bill by Albuquerque Democrats Sen. Jerry Ortiz y Pino and Rep. Javier Martinez is expected to be introduced in the legislature later this month, according to media reports. The […]

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Analysis | British lawmaker: ‘I do object to being called a Nazi’

WorldViews British lawmaker Anna Soubry is verbally abused by a small group of protesters in London, Jan. 7, 2019, in this still image taken from a video obtained from social media. TWITTER/@FEMI_SORRY/OUR FUTURE OUR CHOICE/via REUTERS (Social Media/Reuters) Karla Adam London correspondent covering the United Kingdom January 8 at 5:42 PM LONDON — It was […]

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National Inventors Hall of Fame honors creators of Unix, power drills and more

Engadget RSS Feed Cherlynn Low / Engadget The National Inventors Hall of Fame (NIHF) joined Engadget on stage today at CES to announce its 2019 class of inductees. While the official induction ceremony won’t actually happen until May 2nd at the National Building Museum in DC, we can tell you that 19 separate innovators representing […]

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