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Review: Haven’t slept in a Fortnite

Battle royale games are on the rise, and at the forefront of the trend is Fortnite. Fortnite started as a horde mode-type game but...

Review: Cuphead, a frustratingly fun game

Cuphead is difficult. For someone who is not an experienced gamer or prefers games to blow through with ease, there is a good chance...

City of Waterloo launches Girls in STEAM pilot program

Over 100 Grade 7 girls filled the halls of the Quantum-Nano Centre on Jan. 20 to attend a pilot program launched by the City...

StarCon: Letting community members share ideas

University of Waterloo computer science students started off their 2018 with StarCon, a software engineering conference that took place from Jan. 6-7. This conference...

Pokémon Go: Going, going, gone?

Have you ever spotted people on campus intently focused on digital animals on their phones? Mobile game Pokémon Go launched in early July 2016...

Protect your Tech this Winter!

Smartphones are not built for winter, and especially not a winter like this!  Maybe it became apparent when you saw people typing with their...

Christmas crypto: what you need to know about online currencies

Some people are hard to shop for. Each year even the most savvy shoppers are left scratching their heads, trying to decide what gift...

Around the world in … 24 hours?

The question of how Santa manages to visit each and every child in time for Christmas morning is one that many mathematicians are trying...

UW graduates create wearable tech to track stress

Waterloo-based startup, Airo Health, now aims to create a wearable technology to track, detect, and prevent stress while promoting overall wellness. “Let’s say you’re driving...

Makeup removing app sparks controversy

As the scope and capabilities of technology continues to advance the debate about the morality of new technologies has become increasingly heated. A recent...
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