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ooHamiltonTorontoMontrealNew BrunswickPrince Edward IslandNova ScotiaNewfoundland & LabradorNorthNewsTop StoriesLocalThe NationalOpinionWorldCanadaPoliticsIndigenousBusinessHealthEntertainmentTech & ScienceCBC News InvestigatesGo PublicShowsSportsTop StoriesScoresNHLOlympic SportsVideoPlayer's Own VoiceAll SportsRadioTop StoriesAll ShowsPodcastsSchedulesLISTEN LIVETVShowsScheduleWatch MoreShopSitemapHelpContactContestsnewsTop StoriesLocalThe NationalOpinionWorldCanadaPoliticsIndigenousBusinessHealthEntertainmentTech & ScienceCBC News InvestigatesGo PublicShowsBritish ColumbianewsB.C. company says it is sucking carbon from air, making fuelB.C. company says it is sucking carbon from air, making fuelCarbon Engineering in Squamish says it is developing a carbon removal system that is more than three time more economical than existing technologySquamish-based Carbon Engineering developing cost-effective technology to remove carbon from atmosphereBob Weber · The Canadian Press · Posted: Jun 07, 2018 3:19 PM PT | Last Updated: June 7Carbon Engineering's pilot plant in Squamish, B.C., is seen in this undated handout photo. (Canadian Press/Carbon Engineering) commentsIt sounds like spinning straw into gold: suck carbon dioxide from the air where it's contributing to climate change and turn it into fuel for cars, trucks and jets.
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Together, GitHub and Microsoft will work to make software development easier, more accessible, more intelligent, and more open.
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Time travel is already possible, and in fact, a time machine has already been built. There are no plutonium-powered DeLorean zooming through time though, and it may take a while before scientists are able to unlock time travel like that.
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When it first announced the project, the company said it could have a working prototype of the revolutionary power source as early as 2019.
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Mycroft is an open source voice assistant, that can be installed on Linux, Raspberry Pi, or on the Mark 1 hardware device. Our opensource skills are written in Python and we have a very friendly developer community. Come join us!
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Apple is scrambling to fix a glitch in its latest software update which allows people to send a “text bomb” that can crash many of its devices. The error occurs when a single character from Telugu - a language native to India and spoken by about 70 million people - is received by some devices or typed into a text editor. The glitch affects iPhones, iPads, Macs, Apple Watch and Apple TV running the latest versions of their operating software.
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Thousands are expected to line roadways and beaches around Cape Canaveral, Fla., ahead of today's inaugural launch of the SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket. CBC will live stream the launch starting at 1:00 p.m. ET.
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Tesla’s 100MW/ 129MWh Powerpack project in South Australia, the largest in the world for now, has been demonstrating its capacity over the last few weeks since going into operation last month. But …
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