Day: October 19, 2019

Qantas teste le plus long vol commercial au monde entre New York et Sydney

Radio-Canada | En ligne Le chef de la direction de Qantas, Alan Joyce, entouré du capitaine Sean Golding (g.) et la cheffe de la flotte Lisa Norman (dr.) après le plus long vol d’essai sans escale, New York–Sydney. Photo : afp via getty images / PETER PARKS Partagez via Facebook(Fenêtre modale) Facebook Partagez via Twitter(Fenêtre modale) Twitter […]

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Fossil’s latest Wear OS watches now make calls using iPhones

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links Fossil Fossil has acted on its promise to show more love to iPhone users with its Gen 5 smartwatches. An in-progress software update now lets the wristwear make calls using Apple’s handsets, making them some of the first Wear OS devices with calling support beyond Android. You won’t have to […]

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Wolves bounced at Bayshore

Sudbury Star Owen Sound captain Aidan Dudas races Sudbury backchecker Macauley Carson in the second period as Owen Sound and Sudbury went head-to-head inside the Harry Lumley Bayshore Community Centre Saturday. Greg Cowan/The Sun Times/Postmedia Network The Bayshore continues to be unfriendly territory for the Sudbury Wolves. A winless streak stretching back more than eight […]

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Senators drop 3rd straight game with loss to Coyotes

CBC | NHL News Go to Source Arizona’s Oliver Ekman-Larsson, centre, celebrates a goal with teammates Derek Stepan, left, and Phil Kessel as Ottawa’s Connor Brown reacts, during the Coyotes 5-2 win on Saturday. (Ross D. Franklin/Associated Press) The Arizona Coyotes liked the way they were playing at the start of the season, even if […]

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Rielly scores overtime winner as Leafs beat Bruins

CBC | NHL News Go to Source Toronto Maple Leafs centre Mitchell Marner celebrates what he believed is his game-winning goal with teammate Toronto Maple Leafs defenceman Morgan Rielly at the end of overtime against the Boston Bruins, in Toronto, on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. The goal was later changed by the NHL and awarded […]

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Toyota will debut its tiny city EV at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show

Engadget RSS Feed Toyota is showing off the production-ready version of an ultra-compact battery electric vehicle (BEV) at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show. And by “ultra-compact,” the company means really, really tiny. The automaker says it designed the city car to “support Japan’s aging society and provide freedom of movement to people at all stages […]

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Adidas readies an entire collection of Star Wars basketball shoes

Engadget RSS Feed If you’re both a Star Wars fan and a hypebeast, the next month might a dream come true. Adidas is releasing an entire Star Wars x Adidas collection of basketball shoes starting on November 1st, catering to both your particular fandom and your footwear style in a bid to create buzz for […]

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Disney+ non-fiction shows include Mickey, Wolfgang Puck documentaries

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links Getty Images/Disney+ Disney already has a robust lineup of scripted shows for its upcoming streaming service, but it’ll also have documentaries on offer for non-fiction fans. The company has announced new non-fiction originals for Disney+ at the International Documentary Association, where it has also previewed previously announced titles. One of […]

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Greta Thunberg quietly visits Fort McMurray

CBC | Indigenous News Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation Chief Allan Adam met with Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg in Fort McMurray on Friday night. (Jay Telegdi) Greta Thunberg travelled to Fort McMurray Friday, following her speech at a large rally in Edmonton. The climate activist arrived in northern Alberta Friday night for a private meeting with Athabasca Chipewyan […]

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More evacuees from First Nations could return home this weekend: Manitoba Hydro

CBC | Indigenous News Manitoba Hydro says as of Saturday, it had repaired a little more than half of the distribution lines that were downed by last week’s snowstorm, and two of five vital transmission lines. (Trevor Brine/CBC) More evacuees from First Nations communities who were forced from their homes by power outages after last week’s […]

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