SCIENTISTS have developed edible alternatives to bottled water in a move which could revolutionise hydration and waste management.
New research has revealed just how easy it is for criminals to use the sensors in mobile phones to crack four-digit PINs, and that users know very little about the risk.
Another "Great Spot" has been found at Jupiter, this one cold and high up.
NASA plans to announce new findings Thursday based on its research into ocean worlds in our solar system.
Newfoundland and Labrador's bee population is healthy and thriving, and the key to keeping it that way is stopping bee imports, says the Newfoundland and Labrador Beekeeping Association.
At least six police forces across Canada are now using IMSI catchers, but several of them wouldn’t tell CBC News whether they use the devices to eavesdrop on phone calls and text messages.
A new kind of malware could make your smart devices as useful as bricks. But there are ways to protect yourself.
There's the super moon, the blue moon and now the pink moon, which is set to grace our skies tonight.