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Business, drone, drone delivery canada, General

Drone Delivery Canada continues to test mid-size drones

Drone Delivery Canada has announced that the tests of its Robin XL drone have gone well. The Robin XL is the company's mid-size drone with a range of 60 km and a payload capacity of 11.3 kg (25 pounds). This drone uses a fixed wing design and four helicopters to deliver items."Drone Delivery Canada Announces Update onRobin XL's Successful Test ", visit our website to read the full press release.https://t.co/VQowrfUMoq#DroneDeliveryCanada #DroneLogistics #The future is now #AirCanada #Press release pic.twitter.com/ohkCUUxvnb - DroneDeliveryCanada (@DroneDeliveryCa) November 18, 2020Drone Delivery Canada also says that this new drone is equipped with a parachute system to mitigate the risk of falling from the sky. In theory, ...
2020, Canada, COVID-19 pandemic, Entertainment Software Association of Canada, Features, gaming, General

58 percent of Canadian adults have been playing more during COVID-19

Every two years, the Entertainment Software Association of Canada (ESAC), the Canadian gaming industry lobby group, publishes its 'Essential Facts' study, which contains a wealth of data on Canadian gamers. Now, the organization has published its 2020 Essential Facts study, titled "Real Canadian Gamer", conducted by NPD Group between May 18, 2020 and May 27, 2020. Of course, this year has been primarily defined by COVID-19. pandemic, which affected the results in various ways. "Our research shows that video games not only help people feel better while staying at home, but they keep people connected." Notably, of the 23 million Canadians who play video games, 58 percent of Canadian adults and 80 percent of teens say they have been playing more during the pandemic. On top of t...
Features, gaming, General, Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, nintendo, Nintendo Switch, The Legend of Zelda

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity is an excellent prequel to Breath of the Wild

One of the most forgotten Wii U games was Hyrule Warriors, a remarkably solid game that wonderfully blends iconic characters and the world of The legend of Zelda with the frenzied and exaggerated combat of Warriors dynasty. Now, Nintendo has re-teamed with Warriors developer Omega Force for a new Zelda-Warrior dynasty Cross, Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity. However, this one is possibly much more interesting than the original. Hyrule Warriors, as it is actually a prequel to the beloved Switch title The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (BOTW).By taking this approach, Omega Force has provided a Hyrule Warriors experience that serves as a meaningful iteration on the original and a splendid companion for BOTW. An era of heroes Set 100 years before the events of BOTW, Era of calamit...
Features, General, Kingdom Hearts, Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Video Games, Xbox One

Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory is an attractive sample of the best video game music

I have a love-hate relationship with kingdom hearts right now. Although it was initially fashionable in 2019 Kingdom Hearts IIIThe latest main entry in the Disney-Square Enix crossover series, and still maintaining that it's an excellent game, I've come to look back on its history much less favorably over time. At this point, it's no secret that the franchise has a ridiculously complicated overall narrative, and that was made more complicated by KH3Epilogue plugin and maddeningly obtuse ending Remember.That's why Kingdom Hearts Memory Melody (Mom) is so intriguing. Although it is set after the events of KH3, Mom It gives the series a much-needed narrative respite by primarily focusing on revisiting the events of previous games from a long-time perspective. kingdom hearts tritagonis...
Business, Canada, Elon Musk, General, Internet, Starlink

Elon Musk’s Starlink Gets Canadian Regulatory Approval

Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) tweeted that Starlink received regulatory approval to operate in Canada. November 5 Elon Musk tweeted a response. to the popular YouTube channel Linus Tech Tips that says Starlink is "awaiting approval from Canadian authorities." A day later, the Twitter account @ISED_CA confirmed that the satellite internet company can now operate in Canada. Interestingly, neither Musk nor the Starlink Twitter accounts have posted anything official regarding further testing or a Canadian release. Still, we are likely to see an announcement from the company in the next few [email protected] joins the effort to help Canadians connect to high-speed internet. Regulatory approval for @SpaceXSt...
AirPods Studio, Apple, ARM, Features, General, Mac

Here’s what to expect from Apple’s ‘One More Thing’ event

Apple will be holding another fall hardware event called 'One More Thing' on November 10 at 1PM ET / 10AM PT. With the iPhone 12 series, the new iPad Air (2020), the Apple Watch Series 6, and the Apple Watch SE out of the way, this event is expected to focus almost exclusively on the tech giant's shift to Mac-based devices. ARM. With that said, there's a chance we might get a look at the tech giant's AirPods Studio on-ear headphones and AirTags as well. ARM-based MacApple will almost certainly reveal its first ARM-based Mac computer during its next presentation. Although it is unclear what form this new Mac will take, some rumors suggest that it is a revival of Apple's defunct 12-inch MacBook. On the other hand, there are also rumors that Apple will do its best with its own silicon ...
Bell, bell q3 2020, Business, Carriers, crave, General, News

Bell Reports 87,529 Postpaid Wireless Net Additions in Q3 2020

Montreal-based national operator Bell reported 87,529 postpaid wireless subscriber additions in the third quarter of 2020, and now has a total of 9,292,751 postpaid wireless subscribers. This is a 12.5 percent decrease from the 127,172 net postpaid subscribers reported by the operator in the third quarter of 2019, based on its third quarter of 2020. quarterly earnings report released on November 5. The carrier notes that "although retail traffic increased with the reopening of stores and the resumption of competitive promotional offers, the COVID situation continued to have an impact on overall market activity, including back-to-school sales." The operator also reported 40,639 prepaid net adds, representing a decrease of 15.4 percent from the 76,895 reported in the third quarter of ...
canadian digital service, covid alert, COVID-19, exposure notification apps, Features, General

Former COVID Alert App Developer Talks About Privacy, Misconceptions, And Transparency

As the government encourages everyone to download the COVID Alert exposure notification app amid the second wave of COVID-19, some Canadians still have concerns about the app. Stéphane Boisvert, former lead developer for the Canadian Digital Service (CDS) who worked on the app, spoke with MobileSyrup To clear up some misconceptions about the app, please explain exactly how it works and how it protects user privacy. It is important to note that Boisvert's ideas are his own and do not reflect the Canadian government or the CDS. "It is open software that is created with public funds, so the public should have access to it" As some Canadians are still debating whether to download the app, something that many people may be unaware of is the fact that COVID Alert is open source and available...
Features, General, Nintendo Switch, Pokemon Sword and Shield, Video Games

Pokémon Sword and Shield’s ‘Crown Tundra’ DLC was worth the wait

Pokémon Sword and Shield (SwSh) for Nintendo Switch are different from any other Pokemon games that have come before. With features like 'The Wild Area', 'Raid Battles' and 'Dynamaxing', SwSh stand out from the rest of the Pokemon series of various forms. What makes the series even more unique is that it brings downloadable content (DLC) to the franchise for the first time, and The crown tundra, the last SwSh expansion pack, it was worth the wait. You could argue that Addicted to games, the Pokemon developer of the series, I should have added this content to the main game in the first place, but looking beyond that, The crown tundra still offers a solid package. The crown tundra adds a much needed difficulty to Pokémon Sword and Shield along with a fun new feature and adorable story. ...
Burger King, Business, General, News, Popeyes, tim horton's

Tim Hortons streamlines drive-thrus with outdoor payment terminals

Restaurant Brand International, the company behind Tim Hortons, Burger King and Popeyes, is launching a new digital drive-thru experience that relies on customers having loyalty cards. The main point of this new technology is that it allows customers to order and pay at the same stop, which should help speed up drive-thrus across the country. "The first prototype is currently installed at a Tim Hortons restaurant in Canada, with 15 more locations to test this functionality by January 2021," according to the RBI press release.These new experiences feature NFC / Bluetooth-enabled touch points near the new digital menu boards. When a user touches their loyalty card or app at these points, they will see previous orders and persona...
Business, Carriers, cogeco, General, infrastructure, News

Cogeco Invests $ 13 Million to Offer High Speed ​​Internet in Essex, Kingsville and Leamington, Ontario

As part of Cogeco's commitment to invest $ 1 billion in expanding its broadband network, the operator has announced that it will soon offer high-speed internet in the cities of Essex and Kingsville and the township of Leamington, Ontario. Cogeco says the total investment amounts to $ 13 million, with $ 6.1 million coming from Southwestern Integrated Fiber Technology (SWIFT), a non-profit broadband project launched by the Western Ontario Wardens' Caucus.“We are deeply committed to expanding our presence to meet the growing needs of consumers and businesses for high-speed Internet access. This additional investment will bring our high-quality connectivity services to 1,500 homes and businesses in the City of Essex, 1,900 in the ...
Amazon, Business, earnings, General

Amazon Reports $ 96.1 Billion in Third Quarter 2020 Revenue

Amazon is piling it up during COVID-19 as more people switch to buying products online. The retail giant earned $ 96.1 billion (approximately $ 128 billion CAD) during its third quarter, which runs from June 30 to September 30. In 2019, during the same time period, Amazon received $ 70 billion (approximately $ 90 billion CAD). Beyond its finances, the e-commerce giant also posted that more than 320,000 people attended its virtual Career Day to apply for 130,000 corporate, technology and operations positions in North America. The company said it "received a record 384,000 applications for roles in Canada and the United States within a week of announcing the event." COVID not only increased the company's sales, but also its safet...