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Conservationists have their eyes on a demographic that hasn't been tapped into before in terms of educating people about British Columbia's old growth forests.
Cyberattacks on a key Internet firm repeatedly disrupted the availability of popular websites across the United States on Friday, according to analysts and company officials.
A University of Maine professor has died while conducting research in Antarctica.
Could millions of connected cameras, thermostats and kids' toys bring the internet to its knees? It's beginning to look that way.
Europe's experimental Mars probe hit the right spot -- but at the wrong speed -- and may have ended up in a fiery ball of rocket fuel when it struck the surface, scientists said Friday.
Facebook is under fire for removing a cartoon breast cancer awareness video due to “inappropriate” content.
Alberta plans to spend more money to cut methane emissions. Environment Minister Shannon Phillips says another $33 million will be added to the $7 million already pledged to reduce emissions of the greenhouse gas by 45 per cent by 2025.
A Soyuz space capsule carrying astronauts from Russia and the United States has docked with the International Space Station after a two-day voyage.
Joggers, taxi drivers, players of Pokemon Go and senior Russian officials are seeking answers as to why mobile phone apps that use GPS are malfunctioning in central Moscow.
A Russian man has been charged with hacking and stealing information from computers at LinkedIn and other San Francisco Bay Area companies.
The Cincinnati Zoo has rejoined Twitter after a two-month hiatus that was sparked by outrage over the shooting death of Harambe, the zoo's 17-year-old gorilla.
Atlanta's zoo announced Thursday that its 3-year-old giant panda twins will leave the zoo Nov. 3. and the National Zoo in Washington said it will be saying bye-bye to panda cub Bao Bao in 2017.
Apple says it has been buying Apple chargers and cables labeled as genuine on Amazon.com and has found nearly 90 per cent of them to be counterfeit.