Cats have mounted a silent takeover of the world. They're in backyards, on T-shirts and motivational posters â€” and let's not even talk about the internet. Now, a new study from a team of international researchers has…
For years, online video has been be a powerful recruitment tool for violent extremists. Now, online giant Google has announced a new plan to combat terrorist content online. But will its plan work?
A demonstration by a group of Japanese students showed how the technology for a space elevator could work. These elevators would link Earth's surface to space using cables tethered to satellites.
Google is intensifying its campaign against online extremism, saying it will put more resources toward identifying and removing videos related to terrorism and hate groups.
Virtual reality is slowly being adopted by schools in Canada, as high costs and a complicated set up remains an obstacle.
University of Calgary kineseology professor Art Kuo is examining how to use sensors, similar to those found in activity trackers, to better capture and release energy that would otherwise be lost when walking.
Millions of translucent, sea cucumber-shaped pyrosomes have invaded northern waters. Local scientists know little about them and say it's unclear how long the tropical creatures will survive or what impact they might have on the local food…
From the floor of the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles, a new trend is emerging: real world politics and social issues being baked right into make-believe video games.
The pursuit of a quantum internet that's impervious to hacking is a little closer to reality thanks to breakthroughs outlined in two new studies this week, but an expert warns a super-secure network may still be at least a decade away.
You may have had them rain down on your table on a Toronto patio. Or maybe you crunched them under your feet walking out to your garage in Saskatoon. Caterpillars. They seem to be everywhere.