Technology

A fireball that blazed across the night sky over the Rockies earlier this month likely was part of a Russian spy satellite that fell from orbit, say meteor and aerospace experts.

Checking your phone at the wheel is distracted driving. What about checking your smartwatch? The answer isn't so clear.

BlackBerry and the Porsche Design Group announced a luxury-edition smartphone with a QWERTY keyboard - the P’9983 - at an event in Dubai today.

Many reviewers are describing Apple's iPhone 6 is the best smart

Scientists in Britain have given blow-by-blow details of King Richard III's death at the Battle of Bosworth more than 500 years ago.

Apple's new mobile operating system iOS 8 is now available for iPhone and iPad users to download.

The world-famous Miramichi River is experiencing a salmon decline that "is among the worst in recorded history."

For many students in First Nations in northern Ontario, getting a secondary education means leaving their community and attending high school in Sioux Lookout or Thunder Bay.

Big-name companies like Google see a lucrative and untapped market in designing products that work well for people who have disabilities.

Three New Brunswick companies have created a robotic bridge cleaner that is garnering national attention and could wash away the old way of cleaning bridges.

Robots with soft bodies that don’t rely on any kind of skeletal structure are more durable, and require less power to move.

NASA is a giant step closer to launching Americans again from U.S. soil, after selecting Boeing and SpaceX as private partners to ferry crew to the International Space Station.

Wind Mobile founder Tony Lacavera will partner with Canadian private equity firm West Face Capital and others to buy out Wind's majority shareholder, foreign telecom conglomerate VimpelCom Ltd.

Apple users eagerly anticipating the arrival of an updated mobile operating system on Wednesday will find iOS 8 offers features that not only address long-standing complaints but also pave the way for more streamlined use of all their devices.

Canada's broadcast regulator is debating the future of television at a series of hearings in Gatineau, Que.

The Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa has spread with wild speed and wide geography. Here's a look at the some of the remarkable numbers about the epidemic.

A Waterloo, Ont. payroll company says a small but growing number of Canadians are accepting part or all of their salaries in bitcoin.

Apple has released a special tool that lets people remove the U2 album it had automatically added to their iTunes music library last week

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A short Alfred Hitchcock film has helped neuroscientists in London, Ont. to detect awareness in a Canadian who was thought to be in a purely vegetative state for 16 years.