Fast and mesmerizing or slow and memorized

Sayonara Wild Hearts is the best Apple Arcade game I’ve played so far. And Tales of Memo isn’t bad either

Fast and mesmerizing or slow and memorizedI’m back! The fourth edition of my Apple Arcade reviews! No time to waste.  This time we’re taking a look at Tendays Studio’s take on memory games with Tales of Memo, as well as the incredible, beautiful Sayonara Wild Hearts. You can see the first article here, the second one here and the third one…

Hot-stepping and hacking through game levels

Hot-stepping and hacking through game levelsReady for more Apple Arcade? You’re already reading so I’ll take that as a yes. This time I’ll look at somber action-combat game Bleak Sword, as well as taking part in some schoolyard parkour with Hot Lava. As always, these aren’t intended to be full reviews but rather a general feel for how each game…

Skating, brawling and hitting a dead end in Apple Arcade

Reviews of Skate City, HyperBrawl Tournament and Dead End Job

Skating, brawling and hitting a dead end in Apple ArcadeWelcome back to my ongoing examination of all available Apple Arcade games! I'm still going strong but it's only week two, so who knows what affect this process will eventually have on my overall well-being. As a reminder, these are not intended as fully thought out reviews, but rather a quick description of each game,…

Putting Apple Arcade through its paces

Things That Go Bump is a bland, repetitive experience with poor control. Inmost is a genuinely scary game that takes on some heavy themes

Putting Apple Arcade through its pacesI’m undertaking possibly the longest, most time-consuming and ultimately the least fruitful venture of my adult life. I’ll be playing, at least in some small part, every Apple Arcade game released. Then I’ll tell you if each game deserves to be played. Apple Arcade was released in mid-September 2019 and since then I’ve been dipping…

Using tech to connect with patients

Chris Nedelmann of Copeman Healthcare Centre talks about bridging the gap between practitioners and patients with a virtual care app

Using tech to connect with patientsChris Nedelmann is CEO of Copeman Healthcare Centre. What is Copeman and its history? Nedelmann: We started in Vancouver 14 years ago. We operate four advanced primary care facilities in Western Canada – two of those are in Vancouver, one on the North Shore and one downtown. We have a new facility in Calgary but the…

Routine legal tasks at your fingertips

Shane Murphy on how Founded Technologies is striving to be an essential online tool for small Canadian businesses

Routine legal tasks at your fingertipsShane Murphy is co-founder of the legal automation company Founded Technologies. What is Founded Technologies and what does it do? Murphy: Founded Technologies makes the legal side of entrepreneurship easy. It’s an online legal automation platform that takes routine legal tasks that small businesses face (think incorporating, managing a minute book, creating contracts) and makes…

High-tech real estate transactions with human connections

Lauren Haw on how Zoocasa seeks to streamline the often-emotional real estate journey for clients

High-tech real estate transactions with human connectionsLauren Haw is Zoocasa's CEO and broker of record. What is Zoocasa and what does it do? Haw: At Zoocasa, we provide intelligent, modern real estate services through the seamless integration of technology and our full-service brokerage team. We aspire for a real estate experience that’s enhanced by technology, but grounded in human connections. Real…

Progress? Sport? The two shall never meet

From disputed strike zones to goal-line uncertainty to bloody high-sticks, major-league officiating can't seem to embrace high-tech

Progress? Sport? The two shall never meetIt’s Game Three of the 2019 World Series and the Washington Nationals hope to extend their surprising 2-0 lead in games over Houston. The Nats have revival project Anibal Sanchez on the mound to give Washington fans their first home-field win in a Series since 1933. But the Astros are off to a quick lead.…

Building a stronger Alberta economy with artificial intelligence

John Shillington of Amii taks about connecting research and expertise to industry and helping Alberta businesses build their capacity for machine learning

Building a stronger Alberta economy with artificial intelligenceJohn Shillington is president and CEO of Amii. What is Amii Innovates and what do you do? Shillington: Amii Innovates is a program run by the Alberta Machine Intelligence Institute (Amii). It enables and supports Alberta-based businesses as they grow their in-house business and technical capabilities around artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning. At Amii,…

Why 5G points to a bright future in Canada

Marc Bellini of Nokia talks about the next generation of wireless, its application diversity and the new possibilities it holds for Canadians and their businesses

Why 5G points to a bright future in CanadaMarc Bellini is CTO of the Canada Market team for Nokia. Where is the Canadian wireless infrastructure capacity at and what are the consequences of that? Bellini: Nokia Canada is a global leader in wireless infrastructure, and it’s set up to retain that position as the country transitions to 5G. Yet it’s not only the…
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