Amazon announces the fifth generation Echo Dot that doubles as Eero mesh Wi-Fi range extenders

Amazon announces the fifth generation Echo Dot that doubles as Eero mesh Wi-Fi range extenders

At its recent hardware event, Amazon announced a batch of new Echo devices, along with upgrades to older models. In a nutshell, the online retailer explained that its vision for its Echo line is to create an ambient experience for users who work behind the scenes and continue to become more accessible over the years. … Read more

Why Uchiwa’s Unexpected Rise Could Change the Short-Term View of Birds of Prey

Why Uchiwa’s Unexpected Rise Could Change the Short-Term View of Birds of Prey

Victoria – Sometimes the answers you’ve been looking for are in plain sight. Perhaps that’s an oversimplified explanation of the Toronto Raptors’ relationship with Precious Uchiwa, the team’s intriguing third-year old man, but it’s not far from the truth. Among the club’s shortcomings last season were the lack of size, the insufficient depth of the … Read more

Fishing for fossils of fish from China includes the oldest teeth ever

Fishing for fossils of fish from China includes the oldest teeth ever

NEW YORK (Associated Press) — A large collection of fish fossils in southern China include the oldest teeth ever found — and they may help scientists figure out how our aquatic ancestors got their bite. The discoveries provide new clues about a key period of evolution that has been difficult to capture because until now … Read more

Oil prices can be set for another sharp rise

Oil prices can be set for another sharp rise

It’s been a tough two weeks in the energy market. As potential investors in the energy company, we don’t regret seeing last weekend in particular. This is a general understatement. Near all negative sentiment – a recession, Fed tightening, dollar strength, China demand, inventory building, or what amounts to an entire oil price Closet of … Read more

What you need to know about the changes

What you need to know about the changes

To help celebrate the operating system’s first anniversary in early October, Microsoft just released its first major update to Windows 11. Dubbed the Windows 11 2022 Update (referred to as version 22H2 on your PC), the free download has started for users in more than 190 countries, Microsoft says. It comes with many new features … Read more

Researchers develop a technique to control the quantum states of light in a three-dimensional cavity

Researchers develop a technique to control the quantum states of light in a three-dimensional cavity

Quantum technology researchers at Chalmers University of Technology have successfully developed a technique to control the quantum states of light in a three-dimensional cavity. In addition to creating previously known cases, the researchers are the first to demonstrate the long-awaited case of the cubist phase. The hack is an important step toward efficient debugging in … Read more

The “Great Resignation” did not happen in Canada

The “Great Resignation” did not happen in Canada

Breadcrumb links help wanted F . work Data shows job change rates among Canadians are often similar to pre-pandemic levels There are many tales of Canadians leaving their jobs amid the pandemic, but here the similarities to the United States end. Photo by Joe Riddell/Getty Images Article content A year into the pandemic, Dave Edwards … Read more

Amazon unveils Ring security camera with radar and a new panic button

Amazon unveils Ring security camera with radar and a new panic button

As part of an Amazon event in September 2022, the retail giant unveiled three new Ring devices: the Spotlight Cam Pro, the Spotlight Cam Plus, and the Ring Alarm Panic (2nd generation). Ring and its parent company Amazon are behind some of the The best home security cameras And the Best video doorbell There, and … Read more

New study recommends youth hockey leagues ban physical examination until age 18

New study recommends youth hockey leagues ban physical examination until age 18

A prominent Canadian neurosurgeon who led a new study exploring the prevalence of post-concussion symptoms (PCS) in young hockey players who have suffered traumatic brain injuries has called for the introduction of physical examinations in the sport to delay it until players are 18. “The brains of hockey players aged 16 to 17 are still … Read more

Chinese fish fossils take a bite out of the jaws origin puzzle

Chinese fish fossils take a bite out of the jaws origin puzzle

Artist’s illustration of an ancient shark relative, Qianodus Dupis, whose fossils were discovered in southern China.Heming Zhang/AFP/Getty Images For humans and 99.8 percent of vertebrates, having jaws is an integral part of life. Just try to eat a taco without it. But, like anything else in our bodies, the jaws had to start somewhere. Researchers … Read more