Standing at a bus stop in the freezing cold, wondering if it passed early or is arriving late, is now a thing of the past thanks to the new iBUS system. The information will be available on the STM website and through the Transit app. In January another app, Chrono, will also have the STM's real
Teenagers who use exploitative behaviour for personal gain are likely to have more sex than their kinder counterparts, new research reveals. A study by the University of Windsor in Canada believes that bullying could be more than just objectionable behaviour. Published in Springer’s journal Evolutionary
There may be times, like if you're out and about, when you'd prefer Siri to whisper its response, allowing for more discreet exchanges. Well, it seems Apple is looking into the idea.
Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin rocket company has released a video showing what it'll be like to experience one of its suborbital space flights when the service starts for tourists in 2019.
An artist’s impression of the ‘Oumuamua asteroid, which scientists are scanning for signs of intelligent life. The first scans for alien technology aboard a mysterious object that is barreling through the solar system have found no evidence it is the work of an intelligent civilisation. The cigar-shaped
A mysterious cigar-shaped object in space is not an alien craft, according to initial scans carried out by scientists. The large unidentified object, thought to be an asteroid, was scanned for radio signals after its unique shape sparked speculation it could be an alien ship. Researchers from the £75m
Researchers at the University at Buffalo in New York have developed a security system that analyzes the unique flaws that exist in every single phone camera sensor. It could lead to a new way to enhance security and fight cybercrime.
State attorneys general are threatening lawsuits against the federal government's repeal of "net neutrality" rules. New York's attorney general says he'll lead a multistate lawsuit to stop the Federal Communications Commission's rollback of rules that guaranteed equal access
Christopher Shallue and Andrew Vanderburg used artificial intelligence technology to train a computer to recognize signatures of a planet crossing in front of a star, which is known as a transit. Shallue and Vanderburg's exoplanet — a planet orbiting a star other than our own — is called Kepler-
The Essential Phone (PH-1) is one of the best-reviewed phones of 2017, and it comes from Andy Rubin, the co-creator of Android itself. It has a striking design with a bezel-less display and the price is now down from $700.
Conservative Sen. Jean-Guy Dagenais took a jab at Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Thursday, sharing a video of himself wrapping a Christmas gift for the Liberal leader: a box of tissues. "I'm going to wrap my gift for the prime minister," Dagenais says as he folds red wrapping paper over
Flying? Google Flights will now tell if you prices are lower than normal and if tickets are expected to drop again before departure. The search giant's hotel tool and Google Trips app are also getting new features.
Canadian supporters of "net neutrality" say a U.S. regulator's vote to repeal Obama-era restraints on internet service providers is a step in the wrong direction because it will tip the balance of power towards large commercial interests. CIRA president Byron Holland said Thursday'
Toronto's virtual entry in the NBA 2K League next season will be known as the Raptors Uprising Gaming Club (GC). Co-founders NBA and Take-Two Interactive Software, which publishes the NBA game, says the NBA 2K League will feature the best players in the world. Each team will draft gamers to compete
Samsung is reportedly working on a speaker that will rival Amazon's Echo lineup, Google Home, and Apple's upcoming HomePod. Here's everything we know, including rumored features and the release date.
Nasa researchers have found the first ever solar system that's filled with eight planets like ours, 2,500 lightyears away. It wasn't found by an astronomer, but by an artificially intelligent computer program built by Google. The research has led to hopes that AI can be used across astronomy
Scientists have proven that ticks once fed on the blood of dinosaurs, thanks to a 99-million-year-old piece of fossilized amber. Sadly, there's no chance of using it to gather dino DNA.
Using tax havens isn't in and of itself illegal, but an overwhelming majority of Canadians wants to change that, according to a new opinion poll. Fully nine in 10 Canadians say the use of tax havens by corporations is morally wrong, and 87 per cent said they would like to see tax haven use criminalized
Scientists scanning a mysterious object that flew past Earth to see if it has alien technology have reported their first results. The organisation behind the project – Breakthrough Listen, which is supported by Stephen Hawking – said that it had found no evidence of artificial signals yet. When Oumuamua
Liberal legislation to expunge the records of Canadians convicted of crimes because of consensual same-sex activity passed the House of Commons Wednesday with the support of all parties. "Because I'm not sure anyone has ever done this in the House before, I'm going to quote RuPaul,"
Air pollution is such a serious problem in China that it may be triggering landslides, a study suggests. Poor air quality is linked to around 4,000 deaths there every day but in a new study, geoscientists found there was a previously overlooked threat resulting from pollution. “The pollutants may also