Category: Science & Technology
The National Bird Project has one (main) mission: to designate an official bird for Canada by 2017. But which of our more than 450 species should be given such an honour?
A likely false alarm aboard the International Space Station forced its crew to shut themselves in the Russian segment as a precaution, and former station commander Chris Hadfield took to Twitter to explain how astronauts train for such emergencies
Reports of Facebook users sharing a meaningless block of text about "coyright protection" are swirling the web in full force right now, indicating that a viral hoax from 2012 has resurfaced -- likely in your own newsfeed.
Katrina Spade said human composting uses the same process as animal composting, in which deceased cows, horses and other animals are buried under wood mulch, sawdust and wood chips
Twitter unveiled today the Canadian events that were most talked about on the social media site this year, including some of Canada's darkest and brightest moments of 2014.
Age ain't nothing but a number? Not according to renowned doctor Ezekiel Emanuel who argues 75 is good age to die
The idea women should be paid menstrual leave has resurfaced after a British gynecologist suggested it could boost productivity.
Free-to-play games are among the most popular -- and most lucrative -- games available for mobile devices. One such freemium game won a coveted Canadian Video Game Award last week.
But privacy experts say there are things you should know about free-to-play games to protect your credit card balance and your online privacy.
Last week, two separate high schools in California were put on lockdown -- one of them for three days -- following bomb threats that were made through an anonymous online messaging app called Yik Yak.
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