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Canada’s role in the future of transportation: An Interview with GM Canada’s Steve Carlisle

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

One of the biggest issues facing hybrid and EV drivers is range anxiety, or the fear that they will run out of charge before getting to a charging station. “Having 320 kilometers of range is one way to overcome range anxiety,” Carlisle says, “another way is to have convenient charging. We need to work with other parties and partners to make this happen.”

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Consumer Protection and the Internet of Things

Of all the things connected by the Internet of Things, it appears that a robust strategy for consumer protection, corporate security and individual privacy has not yet been fully hooked up. The Internet of Things (IoT) broadly refers to a…

The best video games of 2015

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

2015 was an amazing year for video games. There were various releases that elevated the console and PC gaming experience by bringing new challenges and technology to the table.

CES 2016: what the show portends for the rest of the year

By Ted Kritsonis

Another Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is in the books, and with plenty of buzz, there was a shift in focus that looks to be a trend for the show’s foreseeable future. Wearables, smart home, virtual reality (VR), connected cars and drones dominated the show floor this year.

David Bowie in Toronto – Gallery Exhibit Showed His Genius

With the sad news of the passing of David Bowie, WhatsYourTech remembers its story about the David Bowie show at the Art Gallery of Ontario, called David Bowie is, which served to encapsulate his remarkable career in music, fashion, film,…

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Are Mobile Phone Sniffers in Use by Police Forces?

By Lee Rickwood
Incoming and outgoing calls as well as text messages can be monitored and recorded, encryption keys can be extracted, and all this can happen to one or several phones simultaneously, without an owner’s knowledge or permission.

Review: Athos wearable tech shirt and shorts

By Ted Kritsonis

Wearable technology has been driven mostly by fitness bands, smartwatches and other activity trackers, but clothing is also becoming a factor. Athos has come to market with a three-piece ensemble designed to measure muscle activation during workouts, pushing the data to an app that visualizes it all in real-time.