Technology

IT items to be sold at the Campus Bookstore

With the closing of the Campus Computer Store at the end of April, the Campus Bookstore will be expanding their selection of personal IT items.

The University made the announcement in...Continue...

Take the bro out of brogrammers

Technology will always be the future, and women need to learn to be a part of it.Continue...

New drone technology emerges from Queen’s Human Media Lab

Researchers at the Queen’s Human Media Lab (HML) have unveiled drone technology that allows users to virtually construct three-dimensional structures.

HML’s BitDrone system was...Continue...

Alumni give hospital patients a CleanSlate

For newborn infants in hospitals, the smallest exposure to germs can be deadly. A new device, created by Queen’s graduates, ensures that smartphones are one less risk to an infant’s health.Continue...

Queen’s pulls plug on Campus Computer Store

Following a year-by-year trend of financial losses, Queen’s has decided to close its on-campus computer store.Continue...

Alumnus makes pitch on Dragons’ Den spinoff

Few entrepreneurs would turn down a $100,000 capital investment for their startup. But for Jawwad Siddiqui, Queen’s alumnus and CEO and founder of SharpScholar, it wasn’t enough.Continue...

Algorithmic love

Holographic hook-ups? Swipes for sex? Technology is changing the way we build love and relationships in the modern world.Continue...

Then and now: communication through the ages

In 2015, getting in contact with someone is hardly ever a problem. From calling, text message and email to Snapchat, Skype and Facebook, there are a multitude of ways to chat. This generation is known for being in a constant state of interaction, but it wasn’t always this easy.Continue...

Tech gets trendy

New technology has seeped intothe fashion industry with exciting and practical results.Continue...

Students seek to make campus safer with new mobile app

The app, called Walkly, tracks an individual’s location as they travel from one destination to another to allow a “trusted network” of friends and family to ensure they arrive safely.Continue...

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