Technology

The next dimension

We live during exciting times. The entire globe is connected via an invisible online network, the Curiosity rover roams the surface of Mars and we have the technology to print a house in 20 hours.Continue...

Queen’s sues Samsung

Queen’s and non-for-profit patent organization PARTEQ Innovations have filed a lawsuit against Samsung for using technology developed by a Queen’s professor without permission.Continue...

DC++ is done

The once-popular campus file-sharing service QueensDC pulled the plug Monday after nearly a decade of student-run operation.Continue...

Wrongful stigma

Smartphone usage in today’s day and age is, just like rock and roll in the 1950s, wrongfully being hailed as the cause of many of our generation’s problems.Continue...

Down to digits

For the past six years, Ben Goodman has been playing a numbers game.Continue...

It’s a matter of apples to Apple

In 2007, Greg Allan made a wise decision.
The fourth-year student bought his first Macbook and, close to that time, shares of Apple Inc.Continue...

Technological divide in the classroom

Professors Jonathan Rose and Wayne Cox debate the role of technology in the classroom in this issue's Point/Counterpoint.Continue...

A futuristic playground

Queen’s is now home to the first-ever ‘boutique’ laboratory, featuring innovations such as a videoconferencing pod and paper-thin phones.Continue...

New methods for note-taking

Responses to technology in classroom varies among students and faculty.Continue...

iEducation too expensive

On Thursday, Apple Inc. announced a plan to publish textbooks on iPads. With partners Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, McGraw-Hill Cos. and Pearson, the deal covers the production of about 90 per cent of U.S. textbooks.Continue...

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