Technically Incorrect: A YouTube video currently roaming the Internet at speed appears to show an Ottawa cab driver verbally assaulting an Uber driver outside a fancy hotel. It isn't pretty.
Technically Incorrect: Alleged surveillance camera video emerges that claims to show what really happened to the hitchhiking robot cut down in its prime in Philadelphia. It's surely fake.
Technically Incorrect: A Canadian teen leaves his phone in a cab. He tracks it down to three men in a car. They allegedly refused to give him the phone back. He is then shot dead.
Technically Incorrect: A Quebec resident believes his cell phone is personal. So when Canadian border agents wanted to search it, he says no.
The pain of laser tattoo removal could be a thing of the past if a doctoral student's tattoo-removal cream hits the market.
Starting with the 2015 National Hockey League All-Star Weekend, GoPro cameras will be used to deliver point-of-view video direct from the players to the viewers.
"You've been hacked" messages appear at CNBC, the Boston Globe and UK newspapers. The attack comes through an Internet address hijacking involving startup Gigya.
The organization, which handles Canada's R&D efforts, is rebuilding its IT infrastructure and says the hack didn't extend into the rest of the government's networks.
Traveler Richard Dunn is stuck overnight in Las Vegas' McCarran Airport. So what does he do? Channel Celine Dion, that's what.
Some backcountry enthusiasts are bristling at a plan that could mean wireless Internet access at a few parks starting this summer. The agency says visitors demand it and need it -- but it'll be limited to areas like campgrounds and visitor centers.