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How do you get people excited about augmented reality? Put it in a browser
Tech companies want to make summoning virtual objects and projecting them in physical spaces as convenient and accessible as playing a video or a song. Here's how.
How lunch with Bono led Steve Jobs to reveal he named a computer after his daughter
In many ways, Lisa Brennan-Jobs' memoir Small Fry tells stories that will ring true to many kids of parents who have split — except that her father was Apple co-founder and tech messiah Steve Jobs.
The hunt for online herb: Ottawa seeks clarity on hazy world of pot's cryptomarket
The Canadian government insists pot legalization will help the country snuff out crime — but internally it's wondering what will become of the fuzzy world of illegal online weed transactions.
How zebrafish are changing the way doctors treat children with cancer
Dr. Jason Berman transplants bone marrow biopsies from his patients at the IWK Health Centre in Halifax into the zebrafish at his lab at Dalhousie University.
It's time to lose the 'negative attitude' about wasps, says researcher
Mars Opportunity rover's days are numbered — but not all agree they should be
65 million-year-old fossils found by scientists in Saskatchewan
'We can't wait': Why more Canadians are finally getting serious about making less garbage
Get a sneak preview of a beautifully preserved, 'mummified' dinosaur named Zuul
Syncrude's 'bison keeper': 25 years of herding in the oilsands
Canadian crabs with bad attitude threaten coastal ecosystem
Facial recognition is everywhere — here's why that's concerning