A team from the University of Waterloo have created the world’s largest functioning simulation of the human brain. And it’s called SPAUN.
Newly released photos from NASA’s Earth Observatory group show nighttime views of our planet in unprecedented detail.
In this week’s ‘Tech Talk’ radio show — heard each week live on Montreal’s CJAD 800 — I chat with Intel’s Joe Ellis about the wide range of Windows 8-powered laptop-tablet hybrids and why they’re appealing. I also talk about other gadgets in time for the holidays.
A genetic researcher who claims to have sequenced Bigfoot’s genome says the creatures are real and should be recognized as indigenous people.
A company has devised a way to extract moisture from the air using technology inspired by nature.
An Italian inventor claims to have achieved energy production nirvana. So why won’t he let other scientists verify his work?
While DISH Network’s ad-skipping Hopper DVR may be popular with viewers, the TV networks certainly don’t like it.
The more electronics children have in their bedrooms, the more likely it is that they’ll be overweight.
With earthquakes and tsunami warnings in the west and Hurricane Sandy wreaking havoc in the east, people across Canada are asking themselves whether they’re prepared for emergency situations. Here are several products that can help you get through natural disasters.
Scott Forstall, the person who oversees the development of Apple’s iOS mobile software, is leaving the company.