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12,497 articles from CBC - Technology & Science News
- WEDNESDAY 19. JUNE, 2013
21:59 Genetically-modified crop inventors win World Food Prize
Three pioneers of plant biotechnology whose work brought the world genetically modified crops have been awarded this year's World Food Prize.
21:10 Twitter users surrender accounts for Tourette awareness
The Tourette Syndrome Foundation of Canada is asking people to give up control over their personal Twitter accounts for 24 hours so that they can experience what it feels like to have involuntary verbal and physical tics associated with the syndrome.
17:31 B.C. backcountry mobile maps cause concern
The BC Search and Rescue Association is raising concerns about a set of free, high-resolution topographical backcountry maps released by the provincial government on Tuesday.
17:22 Tweeting taught in Grade 1 class in Windsor
A teacher in Windsor, Ont., is teaching her first and second grade students to tweet, blog and Skype as part of the elementary curriculum.
17:19 'Tweet' added to Oxford dictionary
Tweeting in the social-networking sense has become so pervasive that the Oxford English Dictionary has broken one of its own rules to add new meanings for "tweet" as both a noun and a verb.
12:55 High levels of radiation found in groundwater at Fukushima
High levels of a toxic substance called strontium-90 are found in groundwater at the devastated Fukushima Daiichi power plant in Japan — coming to light even as the country moves closer to bringing its nuclear reactors back online.
11:16 Mixed reviews for Ottawa's new 'open data' website
Treasury Board President Tony Clement is touting the federal government's revamped data portal as a "new natural resource." But that online window for previously published data arrives at the same time the government faces controversy over just how open it really is.
00:34 Google asks secret court to lift gag on surveillance
Google is asking the secretive Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court to lift its long-standing gag order on how often the company is asked to turn over data about its customers to the U.S. government.
- TUESDAY 18. JUNE, 2013
23:15 Google pledges to rid the web of child pornography
If any one company could conceivably stop the sexual exploitation of children online, Google would be a likely contender - but not even the web's most ubiquitous search engine can tackle such a widespread problem without help.
21:48 iPad helps break down barriers for deaf student
A U.S. pilot study is examining how mobile technology might support the deaf and hard-of-hearing at college.
21:36 Crowdfunding websites trying to cash in on crowded field
Success stories make it seem like crowdfunding websites drop cash from the heavens on to any deserving idea. But regulators and big banks are now taking a closer look at the controversial new field, Dianne Buckner writes.
20:55 ING app deposits cheques by smartphone or tablet
ING Direct has launched a new feature of its mobile app that allows its customers to remotely deposit cheques into their bank account using a smartphone or tablet.
20:14 Federal open data portal revamp aims to encourage apps
The federal government has revamped its data portal in an effort to encourage the development of innovative apps that make use of the publicly accessible federal government data on topics ranging from housing to air quality.
18:24 Search underway for 17th century shipwreck in Lake Michigan
French and U.S. experts searching for the 17th century ship Griffin, which they believe sank in Lake Michigan in 1679.
15:24 Huge ancient city at Angkor Wat revealed by lasers
Airborne laser technology has uncovered a network of roadways and canals, illustrating a bustling ancient city linking Cambodia's famed Angkor Wat temple complex.
14:15 Transport Canada orders 8 Ontario wind turbines removed
Eight wind turbines near the Chatham-Kent Municipal Airport in southwestern Ontario risk being torn down after Transport Canada ordered their removal because they exceed height restrictions for the area.
02:16 Arctic research station design incorporates Inuit knowledge
Inuit knowledge and culture have played major roles in the design and function of the $142 million High Arctic Research Station planned for Cambridge Bay, Nunavut.
- MONDAY 17. JUNE, 2013
19:56 Yellow robot lost off coast of Newfoundland
Memorial University of Newfoundland wants the public to help it find a two-metre long, bright-yellow robot that's gone missing in the Atlantic Ocean.
18:01 Apple reveals U.S. requests for customer data
Apple says it received between 4,000 and 5,000 requests from U.S. law enforcement for customer data for the six months ended in May.
17:02 Chinese supercomputer declared world's fastest
China has built the world's fastest supercomputer, almost twice as fast as the previous U.S. holder and underlining the country's rise as a science and technology powerhouse.
14:59 Airbus, Boeing get boost at Paris Air Show
Airbus and Boeing both won pledges for big purchases of long-haul, wide-body jets Monday, as the Paris Air Show got off to a robust if rainy start.
13:07 A Hollywood success story gives back to its hometown
Hamilton-based tech firm PV Labs used its Pictorvision Eclipse, an Oscar-winning aerial camera system, to shoot footage for the Dundas EcoPark campaign.
11:03 10 scintillating facts about cicadas
As the weather heats up, Canadians are likely to start hearing cicadas, the winged insects whose shrill mating call is one of the signature sounds of summer in North America. Here are some interesting facts about these fascinating creatures.
03:45 Solar plane soaring across US
An airplane entirely powered by the sun landed in Washington on Sunday after a flight from St. Louis, the next-to-last leg of a journey across the United States intended to boost support for clean energy technologies.
- SUNDAY 16. JUNE, 2013
02:16 Google test-flies internet-beaming balloons
Google launches internet-beaming antennas into the stratosphere aboard giant, jellyfish-shaped balloons with the lofty goal of getting the entire planet online.