Technology Top Stories
- Video Robot fish launched by U.S. navy read comments video
- SpaceX delays space station cargo run till early January read comments
- Court orders Apple to hand over files to Competition Bureau read comments
- Fox scraps Steve Carell's North Korea movie after Sony hack read comments video
- New carriers favoured under rules for next wireless spectrum auction video
- Schools chart new territory in computer coding for kids read comments video
Unexplained atmospheric readings raise fresh questions about Red Planet
2014'S TOP TRENDS
The search giant has revealed the top stars, musicians, and shows Canadians searched for this year
Scandinavian country files claim to United Nations
Quirks & Quarks
Apes eating fermented fruit led to our taste for alcohol, says Matthew Carrigan
Offices of Swedish file-sharing web site raided Dec. 9
- Alcatraz escapees could have survived, scientists say
- Philae lander faces deep freeze in deep space
- '3-parent' embryo rules proposed in U.K.
- The North Pole: Does Denmark have a legitimate claim?
- NASA rover finds methane, organic chemicals on Mars
- Rising sea levels could make Florida residents 'climate refugees'
- Pirate Bay: Why illegal downloading will continue with or without it
- Composting the dead — the greenest goodbye?
- 'Deep learning' computers cast new light on DNA
- Plastics clogging world's oceans, researchers say
Sinkholes, craters and crashes
Quirks & Quarks
- The Quirks Holiday Book Show: Math, Volcanoes, and Stuff Dec. 17, 2014 5:01 PM It's our annual book show this week, where we feature interviews with the authors of 3 new popular science books - dealing with a powerful, but little known volcano; why stuff matters, and the joys of mathematics.