Daily Archives: January 14, 2011

Peeking into the future – the 2010 Aga Khan Award for Architecture

By Mohammad al-Asad Every three years, the Aga Khan Award for Architecture announces a set of winning projects that are exemplars of excellence relating to the built environment in the Islamic world. The award recently announced the winning projects for … Continue reading

Posted in AKAA

Burnaby mayor excited as Aga Khan Park gift progresses

Burnaby Mayor Derek Corrigan said the city is very excited they were chosen by the Aga Khan Foundation to receive a gift of a nearly 14-acre community park in central Burnaby, when typically Vancouver is chosen for substantial financial gifts … Continue reading

Posted in Aga Khan Development

Samsung to release PC7 series computer with sliding keyboard

Thanks to smartphones, most of us these days are familiar with the idea of a sliding mechanism underneath a display screen revealing a physical keyboard. So why has it taken so long for someone to take this idea and use … Continue reading

Posted in Computers

Space Adventures to resume space tourism in 2013

In March 2010, due to an increase in the International Space Station (ISS) crew size, Russia announced a halt its space tourism service which put seven customers into space between 2001 and 2009 for a multi-million dollar fee. Now Space … Continue reading

Posted in Space