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Autonomous cars are headed to Ontario

Welcome to the future, Canada. Effective January 1, 2016, autonomous cars will be legal to test on any public road in Ontario.

By October 14, 2015


BlackBerry touts its Android Priv phone in new video spots

Two ads set out to convince consumers that the Priv combines the best of both worlds: the Android mobile software and BlackBerry security.

By October 29, 2015


BlackBerry releases first photos of Android-powered Priv phone

Device maker offers a glimpse of its first smartphone to run on Google's Android software.

By September 29, 2015


Cell phone video shows man didn't assault cops -- even though phone mysteriously disappeared

Technically Incorrect: A Toronto man is lucky that his phone automatically uploads images and videos to a Google account.

By September 28, 2015


BlackBerry confirms Android phone as its smartphone sales retreat

The BlackBerry Priv, which takes its name from both "privacy" and "privilege," will launch in the fourth quarter.

By September 25, 2015


BlackBerry to buy mobile security firm Good Technology for $425 million

The deal is designed to help BlackBerry sharpen its focus on business-related services as its share of the mobile phone market remains stagnant.

By September 4, 2015


Just how big is a blue whale's heart? See for yourself

The PBS and BBC One series "Big Blue Live" offers a close look at a blue whale's massive ticker. Just be thankful YouTube doesn't have a virtual smell feature...for now.

By August 21, 2015


Tiny pebbles make the biggest planets

Researchers solve the mystery of how Saturn and Jupiter formed, which changes how we think of planetary formation as a whole.

By August 19, 2015


Inflatable space elevator gets a lift

Space travel uses massive rockets to overcome gravity. We use elevators to do the same thing. A Canadian company has snagged a patent to make entering space more like a trip to the top floor.

By August 5, 2015


Dinosaur with curly-horned head unearthed in Canada

Paleontologists piece together over 200 bones to discover a Triceratops relative with more horns sticking out of its head than the mutant offspring of a deer and a rhinoceros.

By July 9, 2015