Technology

Professor looks to keep language program live

LinguaeLive isn’t only a platform that pairs students together to learn each other’s languages — it’s a way of evening the linguistic playing field, according to creator Jennifer Hosek.Continue...

Software bridges the gap between class and home

Skipping class and downloading lecture slides instead might not cut it when professors use SharpScholar, a student-designed educational software.Continue...

Student entrepreneur to speak at TEDx

When Afraj Gill emigrated from India in 2000, he never thought he’d write for The Globe and Mail l while in university.Continue...

Technology takeover

You might not think your history degree would ever have you digitizing the x-rays of a sarcophagus, but with the rise of digital humanities, it could be a reality.

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ITServices proposes new electronic information policy

A policy framework for the security of electronic information has recently been proposed by Queen’s ITServices.Continue...

PaperFold bends the limits of smartphone tech

Queen’s professor Roel Vertegaal and student Antonio Gomes have recently revealed their latest project, a groundbreaking foldable smartphone called PaperFold.Continue...

Fitness and health apps

Our mobile apps are getting us places where we're both de-stressed and in better shape. Who's to say technology can’t improve our lives with mobile apps that can better our calorie estimates and...Continue...

Shaping the future of smartphones

Queen’s University is now the home of a revolutionary innovation in
smartphone technology.Continue...

Email service gets upgrade

Queen’s will be switching undergraduates to an improved email service in winter 2013.Continue...

More than human

Humans it seems are becoming more mechanized.

Technology is allowing us to progress farther than we ever have before, but I worry that our advancements have outstripped our humanity.Continue...

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