CBC: Technology & Science

Tuesday th 12th of August 2008

Astronomers set for meteor show Wednesday morning - 14:35

Internet throttling ruling due by end of October - 13:07

Georgia accuses Russia of waging cyberwar - 11:14

Humpback whale on comeback trail, say conservationists - 10:28

NASA safety panel worries about moon ship design - 07:49

Monday th 11th of August 2008

New research hopes to bolster Canada's Arctic claim - 23:35

Friday th 8th of August 2008

Feds should use wireless cash to build more broadband: Telus - 12:21

Bell introduces controversial new texting charges - 12:21

Infrared heat: A new wavelength for food security - 11:56

Yukon releases elk herd, free of invasive ticks, back into wild - 10:28

High Arctic surveillance study hampered by strong winds - 09:42

Thursday th 7th of August 2008

Neanderthals unlikely to have mated with humans, say scientists - 15:21

Large Hadron Collider to start on Sept. 10 - 13:07

Majority of Sask. residents support nuclear power, poll suggests - 08:35

City of Ottawa may consider banning extra-large e-bikes from bicycle paths - 07:21

Calgary scientists grow tumour to find infant brain cancer treatment - 07:21

B.C.'s orca matriarch believed dead at 98 - 07:21

Wednesday th 6th of August 2008

Low-speed electric trucks fit to market: Transport Canada - 13:42

Scientists mimic eye with curved electronic camera - 12:35

'Land that never melts' is melting: Erosion probed in Nunavut park - 11:07

The power of the mysterious - 10:42

BCE's profit falls ahead of sale - 08:49

New Arctic map puts focus on 'areas of uncertainty' - 08:49

11 around world accused in TJX, other identity-theft cases - 07:21

Tuesday th 5th of August 2008

IOC strikes deal with YouTube to bring Olympics online - 15:14

Telemarketers rebuked by CRTC over do-not-call objections - 12:36

Californian pit bull lives on in 5 cloned puppies - 11:28

World's primates moving toward extinction, conservation group says - 11:07

Alaska sues U.S. over polar bears' threatened-species status - 10:42

Clean energy: Do we need an Apollo project for energy? - 09:14

Monday th 4th of August 2008

P.E.I. biologist re-elected as wildlife federation head - 10:21

Friday th 1st of August 2008

U.S. border agents given power to seize travellers' laptops, cellphones - 14:49

Bell's beavers bite it - 14:07

Winnipeg zoo's polar bear, world's oldest, dying: officials - 13:42

China's web censors easing off: report - 11:28

Nortel loss widens - 11:28

View of total eclipse an 'experience of a lifetime,' says Northern resident - 10:21

Thursday th 31st of July 2008

Nunavut officials give last-minute health warning to solar eclipse watchers - 17:28

Phoenix probe 'tastes' water in Martian soil sample - 16:42

Prentice hints at reining in cellphone companies - 16:21

Ottawa scientists seek insect ally against 'dog-strangling vine' - 12:35

Telcos, broadcasters post combined $51B in revenue: CRTC report - 11:49

Bell moves to limit internet downloads of competitor ISPs - 11:49

Ont. man conquers Dempster Highway in solar car - 10:42

Retooled Scrabulous returns to Facebook as Wordscraper - 09:35

2,100-year-old gadget tracked dates of Olympics - 08:28

Wednesday th 30th of July 2008

XM, Sirius merger in U.S. raises competition concerns in Canada - 16:42

P.E.I. says fish kills in rivers could be extensive - 13:21

More U.S. internet providers to block child porn: N.Y. attorney general - 13:21

Movie trade group sues 2 websites for copyright infringement - 13:21