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Does The 2017 Canada Hype Include Fintech?

After recent concern and controversy following events in the UK and US, to many, Canada seems like the most habitable country at the moment. Trump and Brexit prove to be a stark contrast to Trudeau and Tim Hortons. But what does this mean for fintech?

The Samsung Galaxy S8 Reminds Me Of The LG G3

The LG G3 did that slim bezels thing before the Galaxy S8

When Good News Reaches Terrible People

When you announce an accomplishment, you’ll be met with a spectrum of responses: everything from enthusiastic celebration from friends to sideways glares from those outside your fan-base. Here’s how to deflect some of the most frequently deployed passive-aggressive retorts to your success.

Clean Power Plan Repeal Would Cost America $600 Billion, Cause 120,000 Premature Deaths

The Trump Administration has prioritized repealing the Clean Power Plan, but new analysis shows that repealing the rule would cost the U.S. hundreds of billions of dollars, add more than a billion tons of greenhouse gases to the atmosphere, and cause more than 100,000 premature deaths.

Work Sample Tests Should Be The Future Of Software Engineering Interviews

What is the future of software engineering interviews? This question was originally answered on Quora by Tikhon Jelvis.

Poll Finds That More Americans Trust The Media Than Donald Trump

President Trump says the press is "the enemy of the American people," but a majority of Americans, 52%, said they trust the news media over Donald Trump to tell the truth about important issues. Only 37% said they trusted Trump more...

CenturyLinkVoice: 6 Tips On Making Interactive Voice Response (IVR) Work For Your SMB

When it comes to running a small or mid-sized business, answering the phone is an essential part of the day-to-day.

Will BACE Inhibitors Help Alzheimer's Patients?

What is the likelihood of BACE inhibitors providing clinical value to Alzheimer’s patients? This question was originally answered on Quora by Robert Chen.

Why It's So Cold In Outer Space

Why is it so cold in outer space? This question was originally answered on Quora by C. Stuart Hardwick.

Will You Eat This Yeast-Made Cheese?

Can animal-free dairy become commonplace if today’s most common form of food technology—GMOs—is so vehemently vilified? Perfect Day hopes so.

Why Is Japanese Telecom Heavyweight SoftBank Buying Fortress Investment?

The seemingly puzzling deal actually sheds light on several aspects of global finance, including commercial real estate, technology investment and the Japanese economy.

The Demonically Delightful 'Tattletail' Theme Songs You Didn't Know You Needed

Indie horror thriller 'Tattletail' gets its own theme songs, courtesy of Bonecage and TryHardNinja.

Digital Decision Making: Matt Davis on Supply Chain Brainpower

Matt Davis, Managing VP at Gartner, recently presented an encouraging picture of digitization that shows how it is rapidly enhancing human brainpower. Kevin interviews him to get more insight on how this dynamic is working.

Hidden Costs When Buying Art Overseas: What The Merchants Don't Know Or Disclose

If you travel overseas and purchase works of art you may be in for an expensive surprise when you get home, depending on where you live, because of hidden import custom duties and local taxation laws.

Gamestop Stores Getting Extra Nintendo Switch Stock For Launch

If you don't have a prodder for the Nintendo Switch you might be able to pick one up at a Gamestop on launch day.

Celent Expects More Apps To Incorporate Payments, Like Uber Does

With the exception of EMV chip cards, the retail payment business has smoothly grown more digital.

Ronaldo Beats Messi By 800% When It Comes To Return On Social Media For Their Brands

Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are fierce rivals on the pitch, but there is no comparison on social media. Ronaldo generated $500 million for Nike last year from promoted posts versus $53.5 million for Messi.

Sneaky Hack Steals Data By Watching Computer LEDs Blink

You might not think it's possible for hackers to steal data from computers that aren't even connected to the Internet. They definitely can, and one newly-developed technique for doing it is truly mind-blowing.

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