CBC: Technology & Science

Tuesday the 24th of May 2016

Body Worlds 'coupling' specimen makes Canada and U.S. debut in Calgary - 15:20

Google Maps directions may soon lead you to more ads - 14:50

New Twitter rules to loosen 140-character limit, add visibility - 10:51

Canada Revenue Agency corners market on name TED - 10:21

How your car is recording your driving, whether you like it or not - 07:51

Want to discover a dinosaur? 5 tips for fossil hunters - 07:21

Extraordinary fossils found by ordinary people thrill scientists - 07:21

'We're not about those golf claps': Why the Street Fighter e-sports community likes to keep it loud - 04:21

Monday the 23rd of May 2016

Facebook will stop relying on news outlets to determine Trending Topics - 20:00

Clues to origins of life may be found in Sudbury, Ont. crater - 18:31

NASA's last space shuttle fuel tank arrives at California Science Center - 17:27

5 top researchers win 'Canada's Nobel' Killam awards - 17:27

Deadly salmon disease found in B.C. farmed stock, federal scientists say - 17:27

Warmer than average summer ahead across Canada, forecasters say - 17:27

How to revive table conversation in the age of social media - 17:27

'Exceptionally complex' pot molecules make breathalyzer hard to develop - 17:27

Your car can be held for ransom - 17:27

HBO hunts down Game of Thrones pirates but some Canadians say they have no choice - 17:27

Battlefield 1 tackles First World War, a rare setting in video games - 17:27

Can't stop the meme-ing? Companies love the free ads - 17:27

India's reusable space shuttle blasts off on 1st test flight - 17:27

Man-eating Nile crocodiles found roaming Florida swamps - 17:27

Saturday the 21st of May 2016

Phone battery about to die? Uber says that makes you willing to pay more - 11:50

Mars makes closest approach in a decade - 04:30

Friday the 20th of May 2016

HTC Vive impressions: Virtual reality is here, but price tag is high - 16:50

We can't fight climate change without tackling agriculture emissions: Bob McDonald - 12:30

It's not your imagination, the bank's coin-counting machine may be ripping you off - 11:01

Rogers gave customer info to police, government in 97% of 2015 requests - 10:30

India records its hottest temperature ever of 51 C - 07:01

Facebook bias scandal: New media giant deals with traditional media problem - 04:40

Thursday the 19th of May 2016

Could additives in your toothpaste be bad for your gut? - 15:40

NASA's last space shuttle tank joins space shuttle Endeavour - 15:11

Salmon becomes 1st genetically modified food animal approved for sale in Canada - 15:11

Bee-sized drones use static electricity to perch like bats - 13:20

Uber tests 1st self-driving car in Pittsburgh - 12:50

This NASA robot may leave the 1st footprints on Mars - 10:21

'The news is good': Northern cod stocks slowly increasing - 08:21

LinkedIn says 117M accounts have were hacked in 2012 - 08:21

Tyrannosaurus Rex would have had lips, Toronto paleontologist says - 08:21

Cellphone bill too high? Maybe you just have to suck it up - 04:21

Facebook leaders, prominent conservatives hold 'very productive' sitdown - 00:07

Wednesday the 18th of May 2016

When anyone with a phone can live stream to the world, where to draw the line? - 20:30

Seriously? A Tetris movie is coming from Mortal Kombat's producer - 15:01

U.S. weather observer blown away by 175 km/h winds - 15:01

Horned dinosaur with nasty infection reveals new species - 13:31

Are the birds all right? Environment minister shares report - 12:31

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg to meet with conservatives amid bias allegations - 12:01

What to expect at Google I/O 2016 developers conference - 09:50

Keyboard app brings Indigenous languages to mobile - 08:20

Grolar or pizzly? Experts say rare grizzly-polar bear hybrid shot in Nunavut - 07:50