Trump Helps Canada Helps Take Over Tech Industry

Trump Helps Canada Helps Take Over Tech Industry

Ask anyone in the world which country dominates the tech industry, and they’ll most likely answer the United States. And they would have been right, up until the inauguration of President Trump, that is. According to a new detailed report by Politico, Trump’s anti-immigration crusade may keep out thousands of the world’s burgeoning tech talent, and keep the country from

All-Electric Cars: Do They Truly Have Potential?

All-Electric Cars: Do They Truly Have Potential?

Anybody growing up before the turn of the century probably had their own ideas of what things might look like by the time, say, the year 2020 came along. Besides toys like tablets and smartwatches, it’s quite likely these ideas included—if not hovercars—at least some fancy new method of powering our automobiles. Perhaps it’s time to prepare ourselves to be

Alipay Makes Buying Food Easy—Privacy, Not So Much

Alipay Makes Buying Food Easy—Privacy, Not So Much

Through the magic of machine learning and facial recognition, Chinese restaurant-goers are now able to use Alipay to order and purchase delicious chicken using their face. What is Alipay? Job advocates may complain about how computer terminals are slowly replacing human cashiers at places like McDonald’s or Tim Hortons, but this new way of paying is rather unprecedented. In fact,

New Uber CEO Khosrowshahi Unlikely To Save Company

New Uber CEO Khosrowshahi Unlikely To Save Company

“A company is only as good as its management.” We’ve all heard it. And, regardless of the extent to which you believe it, there’s a marked correlation between the behavior of a CEO and the success of their company. Uber’s former CEO, Travis Kalanick, errs on the side of a less-than-good CEO, and his company has been an utter wreck

People Just Want to Date Themselves, and More

People Just Want to Date Themselves, and More

In the End, People May Really Just Want to Date Themselves – Five Thirty Eight “Opposites attract. That’s how the cliché goes, and people really believe they are attracted to those different from them: 86 percent say they want a partner who “complements them” rather than one who “resembles them.” There’s only one problem with this idea: It’s false. I

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