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British Columbia tech firm guards virtual worlds from cyberbullies

VANCOUVER — As online communities come under the attack of cyberbullies, racist speech and spam, a British Columbia tech firm has developed technology to keep the trolls under the bridge. Community...

B.C. tests remote undersea glider to prevent whale-ship collisions

VICTORIA — A remote undersea glider equipped with acoustic sensors is patrolling deep water canyons off the west coast of Vancouver Island in a bid to set up a traffic alert system to prevent large...

From military to mainstream: experts say drones taking off in many industries

BURNABY, B.C. — A vast smile breaks out across Wyatt Travis' face as the machine he's operating tilts slightly and whirrs upwards, an omnipresent buzz echoing from the four dizzying propellers. It's...
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SFU Woodwards transports audiences with Hidden Pasts, Digital Futures Festival

A brave new world co-created by the National Film Board of Canada’s award-winning Digital Studio in Vancouver and internationally acclaimed artist Stan Douglas.

New app will provide a look into city life more than 3,000 years ago

University of British Columbia archaeologists are working on a mobile app that will let users tour Bronze Age ruins and see reconstructed city buildings.

Okanagan Estate becomes the first Canadian Winery to accept digital currency

Find out what Bitcoin is, and why Vancouver merchants are letting you buy stuff with it.

Implanted eyes: NSA puts radio spyware inside computers

Latest reporting based on Snowden documents reveals agency can even spy on computers not connected to internet.

See what Industry Minister Moore has to say about your sky-high cell phone bills

See what Industry Minister Moore has to say about your sky-high cell phone bills

NORAD Santa Tracker 2013: Follow Santa Claus live online

Follow Santa Claus (and some fighter jets) on Christmas Eve.

Industrial Robots Zone at iREX, where massive, powerful machines move with fluidity and grace

Industrial robots move with awesome precision and surprising beauty.