Technology Top Stories
While NSA leaks and reports of CSEC spying on Canadians have made privacy and surveillance a growing concern, for seniors it’s becoming a way to maintain their independence. More audio
Hamilton-area tech startup Tivitas is trying to do the impossible — bridge the gap between console gamers and PC gaming die-hards. And so far, they've raised more than $86,000 on Kickstarter to fund the Sinister gamepad, which they say does just that. More
Some of the personal information we surrender is voluntary, but our digital footprint is much bigger than that
Our planet was grazed by three space bullets this week
As mobile devices become more popular, hackers take a greater interest
Simple measures can protect users from loss of device or identity theft
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- Use of surveillance tech to monitor seniors at home on rise
- Social media privacy being taught at high school
- Internet-enabled pillow 'connects long-distance lovers'
- Inability to enjoy music recognized as a brain condition
- Courtney Love libel suit shows landmark 1964 case relevant in digital age
- Smartphones becoming prime target for criminal hackers
- Asteroid's 'bizarre' disintegration captured by Hubble
- Malware threats making anti-virus software 'totally useless'
- Bitcoin exchange First Meta CEO Autumn Radtke found dead
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Niagara Falls partially frozen
Quirks & Quarks
- March 8: The Monkey's Voyage Mar. 7, 2014 3:57 PM Nearly every corner of the world is inhabited by a spectacular diversity of plants and animals. But how did they get there? We'll speak to the author of a new book that tracks the improbable voyages life has taken around our planet.