Technology Top Stories
The Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep, with its iconic curling horns that adorn many a sportsman's rec-room, is starting to show the effects of generations of trophy hunting, a new study finds. More
Canada’s electronic spy agency is defending its espionage activities against countries around the world, including trading partners — often at the request of the U.S. — as necessary to support government decision-making and provide a better understanding of global events. More
Career networking website LinkedIn says "responsible" is the No. 1 most overused buzzword on profiles in Canada and around the world this year, followed closely by others such as "expert", "innovative" and "effective". More
Retail and privacy
Retailers adopt new technology to track customers
Yellowknife Bay was a calm, fresh neutral lake for perhaps tens of thousands of years
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- Birth defect risk affected by father's diet, study suggests
- Bighorn sheep shrinking due to hunters, study suggests
- Antarctica sets new cold weather record of –93.2 C
- Mars freshwater lake could have supported life
- iBeacon: How much privacy would you give up for a coupon?
- 1st spacecraft comet landing preparations underway
- Cuba visitors face new medical insurance rule
- Mutant worms defy aging theory
- Fear can be inherited through sperm
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Quirks & Quarks
- December 14: Curiosity Jumps in a Lake Dec. 11, 2013 11:53 AM A little more than a year ago, NASA's robotic Mars rover, Curiosity, landed in a large crater on the surface of the Red Planet. Now the rover has found evidence that its landing site was an ancient lake bed - further evidence that Mars was once a warm, wet world.