Technology

The Toronto Zoo has announced what it says is the first hatching of a Burmese star tortoise in Canada.

Drones are flying the skies over Alberta's Dinosaur valley this summer as paleontologists from the Royal Tyrrell Museum use the aerial gadgets to film bone beds near Drumheller.

Fish that are forced from a young age to walk instead of swim reveal how our ancient fishy ancestors may have emerged from the ocean to colonize the land, a Canadian scientist has found.

A specific ban on hunting using drone aircraft has now been added to Saskatchewan's wildlife regulations.

The Vancouver Aquarium has filed a petition in B.C.

Hewlett-Packard Co. is recalling computer power cords in Canada and the U.S. after 29 reports of the cords melting or charring,

When author Malcolm Gladwell proposed that practising a certain task for around 10,000 hours can lead to success, he gave hope wannabe Bill Gateses and Tiger Woodses, and dashed the dreams of millions of slackers.

Facebook Inc's mobile advertising revenue growth gained momentum in the first three months of the year as the social network sold more ads to users on smartphones and tablets, partially offsetting higher spending which weighed on profits.

Mozilla has launched a smartphone that costs just $36 and runs Firefox OS.

If life ever existed on Mars, scientists expect that it would be small simple life forms called microbes. Mars likely never had enough oxygen in its atmosphere and elsewhere to support more complex organisms. Thus, large fossils are not likely.

A new subscription video-on-demand service with 11,000 hours of popular TV shows was unveiled today in Toronto by Rogers Communications and Shaw Communications.

The final resting place of the lost ships of the Franklin expedition may remain a mystery for at least another summer.

A whale that was feared dead after becoming tangled in fishing gear in the Bay of Fundy off the coast of Nova Scotia is back.

An Ottawa company developing uses for ultra-thin material graphene has opened a new technology centre in Kingston, hoping to come up with new ways to use and sell it.

The Pluto-bound New Horizons spacecraft crossed the orbit of Neptune today - a date that NASA called a 'cosmic coincidence.'