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Radio-frequency technology to speed travellers at Ambassador Bridge

Travellers with high-tech identification should now be able to cross the Ambassador Bridge into Canada with greater ease.

The Canada Border Services Agency announced the introduction of radio frequency identification (RFID), now working at select land ports of entry in Canada, including the Ambassador Bridge. 271 more words

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Google to Open Its First AI Research Center in Beijing

Despite many of its services being blocked in China, Google has chosen Beijing as the location for its first artificial intelligence research center in Asia. 197 more words


Nintendo Switch Has Sold 10 Million Units Worldwide

Nintendo is boasting that its Switch hybrid console has sold 10 million units worldwide in the first nine months of release, helped by Black Friday promotions. 287 more words


France to totally ban cell phones in schools

France will prohibit students from bringing cell phones to primary, junior, and middle schools, beginning in September 2018.

The move was announced by the Minister of National Education, Jean-Michel Blanquer during a Dec. 344 more words


Courage explained

Courage is staying in a hotel which isn’t on Trip Advisor.



The FCC Voted to End Net Neutrality. What That Means For You

On Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission voted to roll back net neutrality regulations passed by the agency two years ago. Here are the answers to some frequently asked questions: 588 more words


Perspectives on Coding: A Conversation with Ms. Laura Dixon, Technology and Innovation Teacher

What exactly is the “Hour of Code?”

The Hour of Code started as a one-hour introduction to computer science, designed to demystify “code,” to show that anybody can learn the basics, and to broaden participation in the field of computer science. 720 more words

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