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- WEDNESDAY 22. MAY, 2013
18:47 GIF inventor tries, fails to settle pronunciation question
The Webby Awards gave its lifetime achievement award to GIF inventor Steve Wilhite Tuesday night. For his five-word acceptable speech, Wilhite had the words "It's pronounced 'jif' not 'gif" projected in huge block letters on a screen above the stage, reigniting one of the internet's oldest "holy wars."
17:01 Xbox One: A closer look
The design, performance, Kinect camera, controller, requirements and limitations of Microsoft's Xbox One get a critical look.
16:38 German software firm SAP plans to hire hundreds with autism
German software firm SAP says it wants to hire hundreds of people with autism to work as programmers and testers for its products.
12:05 Video forensics: How easy would it be to fake a Rob Ford video?
Two media outlets reported last week that they had seen a cellphone video of Mayor Rob Ford allegedly smoking crack, a claim that has gone global. If a video does surface, how easy would it be to determine its authenticity? CBC News asked video forensic analyst David McKay.
11:20 What is 'Tornado Alley'?
A tornado that generated winds as strong as 320 km/h and killed more than 20 people in Moore, Okla., on Monday fell in a geographical area of the U.S. generally known as 'Tornado Alley.' Here's a closer look at this storm-plagued region — and its counterparts in Canada.
11:13 How the weather info that storm chasers use can keep you safe
Radar imagery and a stream of weather information are readily available to the public when severe weather bears down.
- TUESDAY 21. MAY, 2013
19:01 Microsoft unveiling new Xbox
Microsoft is set to reveal the next generation of its Xbox entertainment console during a presentation today at its headquarters in Redmond, Washington at 10 a.m. PT.
16:55 Apple CEO Tim Cook faces grilling on Irish tax scandal
The world's most valuable company, Apple Inc., employs a group of affiliate companies located in Ireland to avoid paying billions of dollars in U.S. income taxes, a Senate investigation has found — and its CEO will be questioned Tuesday.
15:56 Designing smart clothes to go with that smartphone
Dresses adorned with flowers that slowly open and close or coloured patterns that change spontaneously are some of the futuristic designs by a Montreal researcher who is trying to make clothes "smarter."
15:18 Yahoo revamps Flickr photo-sharing site
Yahoo says it is rebooting its languishing photo-sharing site Flickr with plans to make it "awesome" again — and is now offering users 1 terabyte of free online storage.
14:56 Microsoft's Xbox revamp: Is the sun setting on game consoles?
With the rise of mobile and social games, the revival of PC gaming and a general proliferation of options for both developers and players, some are wondering whether game consoles matter anymore, writes Peter Nowak.
04:53 Netflix and the rise of binge TV watching
Netflix has been giving viewers the opportunity to watch entire new seasons of TV shows in one sitting and — for better or for worse — many have been doing just that.
00:07 Vancouver link to Hadfield's space guitar
A Vancouver company says it will re-start production of a guitar that was used by Chris Hadfield in space, prompting thousands of dollars in new orders.
- MONDAY 20. MAY, 2013
16:22 Xbox launch Tuesday highly anticipated
Microsoft's next-generation Xbox expected to be revealed Tuesday, and anticipation for the entertainment console's latest evolution is running high.
15:00 Yahoo buys Tumblr blogging site for $1.1B
Yahoo is buying online blogging forum Tumblr for $1.1 billion as CEO Marissa Mayer tries to rejuvenate an internet icon that had fallen behind the times.
- SUNDAY 19. MAY, 2013
01:20 Astronaut Chris Hadfield adjusts to 'earthling' life
Canada's space ambassador, Chris Hadfield, is still readapting to life on this planet after spending 146 days in zero gravity as commander of the International Space Station. For now, though, he's taking his homecoming one step at a time.
- SATURDAY 18. MAY, 2013
21:44 Bell Mobility to appeal ruling in 911 lawsuit
Bell Mobility says the company plans to appeal a Northwest Territories Supreme Court ruling that says the company is liable for charging 911 fees to customers that aren't receiving the service.
- FRIDAY 17. MAY, 2013
21:43 Is warp speed possible?
Star Trek Into Darkness hit the big screen this week, taking moviegoers back to a science fiction universe where starships are capable of warp speed, crossing light years of interstellar space in minutes. But is that scientifically possible? And if so, how?
21:02 High Arctic research station saved by new funding
Canada's northernmost research lab won't have to shut down after all and will be able to resume year-round operations, with the help of a new grant from the federal government.
18:52 Anteater's birth in female-only pen stumps zoo staff
Confused Connecticut conservation officers are wondering how a female anteater, who has given birth at the centre, conceived without a male in the pen.
17:34 Why some Canadians want to die on Mars
More than 80,000 people have applied for a Dutch non-profit organization's proposed one-way trip to Mars. Anna Maria Tremonti, host of The Current, spoke to four Canadians — two Mars one applicants, a member of the Mars One team, and astronaut Julie Payette — about whether it's a good idea.
17:17 2 earthquakes felt in Ontario and Quebec
Two earthquakes near the Ontario-Quebec border could be felt across both provinces this morning.
13:19 Fracking may jeopardize Gros Morne UNESCO status
Gros Morne National Park's status as a world heritage site may be in jeopardy due to plans for controversial oil exploration on Newfoundland's west coast, CBC News has learned. UNESCO is looking for answers about the proposed fracking near the site.
11:25 Chris Hadfield's translator: Q&A with Canadian astronaut Jeremy Hansen
While Chris Hadfield was returning from the International Space Station on Monday night, another Canadian astronaut was offering his own unique play-by-play of the action as the Soyuz capsule plunged to Earth.
- THURSDAY 16. MAY, 2013
22:31 NASA, Google buy quantum computer from B.C. firm
A quantum computer has been purchased from Burnaby, B.C.-based D-Wave Systems by a NASA-led group that aims to solve problems requiring creativity — something that conventional computers aren't good at.