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A Supersonic, Stealth Sub Could Sneak Up from China


In the film “The Hunt for Red October,” based on the Tom Clancy book, the Soviet Union deploys a high-tech submarine that is nearly undetectable and upsets the balance of Cold War nuclear détente. 303 more words


Curiosity Does Drilling U-Turn on Wobbly Mars Rock

Despite its name, one Mars rock isn’t about to enrich NASA’s Mars rover Curiosity with a cascade of science.

After a drilling test last week on a Mars rock dubbed “Bonanza King,” Mars Science Laboratory mission managers noticed that the rock was unstable. 364 more words


Startup of the Week - Decisive Farming

This week we talked to Remi Schmaltz, Founder and CEO of Decisive Farming which helps farmers better manage their farms, make informed decisions about their business and increase overall profitability through data-driven web-based software tools. 979 more words


3 On Your Side: New Vehicle Technology That Could Save Lives

By Jim Donovan

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Many cars today have technology that helps drivers avoid accidents.

But the government says nearly 1,100 lives could be saved every year with cars that “talk” to each other. 232 more words

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Startup of the Week - ContractMeNow

A shortage of qualified, skilled labour is responsible for large cost overruns and delays in Alberta’s major Oil & Gas projects. With thousands of projects on the go everyday there is always a Project Manager in need of a skilled contractor on short-notice. 959 more words


Startup of the Week - Vogogo

This week we talked to Geoff Gordon and Rodney Thompson, founders of Vogogo, a payment platform that automates payment processing, risk management and regulatory compliance. 1,056 more words