Hi-Tech

A California tech team claims to have the solution for measuring pot intake.

Technology has taken center stage at a trade show in Silicon Valley. But the industry of focus is not software, gadgets or the cloud. It's weed.

The power of simulated sunlight is showing remarkable results in growing cannabis.

A Vancouver startup company is betting it can provide a high-tech solution to help legal medical cannabis growers deal with plant waste, as their production expands to accommodate the recreational market.

With help from Microsoft, Kind Financial is building infrastructure for legal marijuana, from the farm to the dispensary.

Under the city’s program, the grow gets 100% of its power from renewable sources, a trend that could see a big upward swing in other markets depending on how much electrical demand indoor grows begin to account for in coming years.

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