Wednesday , 8 November 2017

Category: TECHNOLOGIES

Pollution causing more deaths worldwide than war or smoking: Lancet

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Soothing touch eases the pain of social rejection, study finds

By Amina Zafar A slow, stroking touch eases the sting of social rejection, psychologists find. ...Read the news Source:: CBC – Technology & Science ...

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Square-Enix's game lineup heavy on nostalgia, but future lies in casual mobile market

By Jonathan Ore Japanese game developer Square-Enix shows off a variety of games that target longtime, nostalgia-fuelled fans and casual mobile gamers alike in a media preview eve ...

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A 'monster' discovery: Tiny translucent crustacean a 1st in Canada's Arctic

By Bryce Hoye What has eight hairy legs, one eye, no mouth and haunts the frigid waters below the frozen ocean? A speck of a creature you'd never know exists in Canada's Arctic, w ...

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Disabled Chinese space lab likely to crash to Earth in coming months

By CBC News A defunct, yacht-sized Chinese space lab is expected to fall out of orbit and crash to Earth in coming months. ...Read the news Source:: CBC – Technology & ...

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Phoenix tracks: Edmonton palaeontologist retraces the stone footsteps of dinosaurs

By Wallis Snowdon An Edmonton palaeontologist is relying on ancient folklore to retrace the stone footprints of giant dinosaurs. ...Read the news Source:: CBC – Technology ...

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Facebook launches 'election integrity initiative' to fight hacking and fake news

By Aaron Wherry Amid questions about the social network's impact on last year's American presidential vote, Facebook Canada is launching an "election integrity initiative" in adva ...

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Oil company proposes Arctic drilling from artificial island

By The Associated Press Within a few years, America could be extracting oil from federal waters in the Arctic Ocean, but it won't be from a remote drilling platform. ...Read the n ...

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Canadian cities in the hunt for Amazon's HQ2 — but is it worth the shot?

By Aleksandra Sagan The possibility of a Canadian city turning into the next Seattle — Amazon's existing home — is tempting, but experts say it's a risky proposition that comes wi ...

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How a Canadian astrophysics star aims to find life on exoplanets

By Michael MacDonald Sara Seager, an award-winning Canadian astrophysicist, has pledged to spend the rest of her life hunting for 'another Earth' outside our solar system. Here's ...

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