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Driving to the top of the world: Exploring Canada’s new Arctic highway

Driving to the top of the world: Exploring Canada’s new Arctic highway

(David Michael Lamb/CBC) You’ll soon be able to drive to the top of the world. There are over a million kilometres of road in Canada, but hardly any have gone…

The Internet remains unbroken

Jim Slotek, Postmedia Network Apr 8, 2017 , Last Updated: 7:08 PM ET All this talk about “breaking the Internet” has me mindful lately about the destruction of the Library…

Mark Zuckerberg and wife expecting second child

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Mar 10, 2017 , Last Updated: 12:38 PM ET PALO ALTO, Calif. — Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife are expecting their second child.…

Samsung unveils Galaxy S8, S8 Plus

Anick Jesdanun, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Mar 29, 2017 , Last Updated: 6:25 PM ET NEW YORK — Samsung seems to be playing it safe with its first major smartphone since…

Groundbreaking AI researcher hopes for ‘radically different’ ideas from Toronto lab

Groundbreaking AI researcher hopes for ‘radically different’ ideas from Toronto lab

One of the biggest names in machine learning research has high hopes for the Vector Institute, Toronto’s new artificial intelligence research hub.  Geoffrey Hinton, considered one of the fathers of…

Nanoleaf’s Aurora shines a light on tech design

Syd Bolton, Brantford Expositor Mar 19, 2017 , Last Updated: 1:34 PM ET Let’s face it, technology and design haven’t always mixed well. The earliest technology pieces looked like they…

Tips to safeguard your email in light of Yahoo hack

Mae Anderson, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Mar 19, 2017 , Last Updated: 1:35 PM ET NEW YORK — Many people are still not taking routine precautions to safeguard their email accounts…

Tiger crushed to death by rescue workers in northern India

Indian conservation authorities are investigating the death of a tiger that was crushed by an earthmover in a bungled operation by rescue workers to move the animal back to a…

Calling all students! Do a Google Doodle for Canada’s 150th

Glenn Harrop, Postmedia Network Mar 15, 2017 , Last Updated: 3:04 PM ET Calling all student fans of the Google Doodle. The internet search giant is inviting students from kindergarten…

‘The stage was set’: Arrival of first North American bison changed ecosystem, study finds

Scientists finally have been able to pin down when bison first arrived in North America and helped set the stage for the Great Plains that eventually supported the continent’s first…