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Graham Templeton

Graham Templeton

Graham Templeton is a Vancouver-based science and technology journalist specializing in frontier scientific research, security, and the intersection of technology and social change.  He has a BSc in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry (MBB) and 6 years professional writing and editing experience. His work has been featured in MIT Technology Review, Vice Motherboard, ExtremeTech, Geek.com, Vancouver Magazine, and more. Areas of specialization in reporting include biology and biotechnology, astrophysics and astronomy, security and encryption, machine learning and artificial neural networks, privacy and tech law, and more.

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September 26, 2018 | 4 Minute Read

Prepare for PIPEDA with better device security and data privacy

Complying with PIPEDA's new privacy amendments requires diligence in everything from internal processes to device security.


September 3, 2018 | 4 Minute Read

4 reasons why toner cartridge technology matters

Office toner cartridge technology has a much bigger impact on productivity—and the environment—than you may realize.


August 29, 2018 | 5 Minute Read

3 luxury tech trends redefining the industry

Luxury tech trends are changing how people interact with their devices, which has big implications for everyone in tech—even IT.


August 13, 2018 | 4 Minute Read

Predictive analytics can transform IT—from big data to print

Big data is everywhere these days. Used properly, it can supercharge your IT infrastructure with the power of predictive analytics. Here's how.


July 26, 2018 | 4 Minute Read

Know the potential of face detection technology (other than selfies)

Selfies and Snapchat have made face detection technology bigger than ever. With all the hype, engineers are hard at work making their own versions.


July 24, 2018 | 4 Minute Read

Why I'll never use a third-party toner cartridge again

I bought a third-party toner cartridge, and now the office printer is ruined. Off-brand toner turned out to be more than I bargained for. Take heed.