Not sure if you’re too high to drive? There’s an app for that.
In the future, machine-learning technology could be used to tailor the words on a webpage.
Local firm says its software for mastering patterns of vocabulary can quickly enhance polyglot powers.
About 1.7 million users will need to change their passwords.
Malicious software was found on West Vancouver's servers on which personal data was stored.
Screened in countries including Germany and France as well as Canada, the success of the experience is made all the more remarkable because of its length.
“We each have a body that, through our ancestry, developed differently in terms of the foods that are right for us," says founder Lois Nahirney.
In case you didn't know, video games have become a big deal.
If Elon Musk is to be believed, a cargo mission will be on the way to Mars by 2022—and a manned voyage won’t be far behind.
The three-minute short pays homage to the lives of his grandparents.
Something that makes the Note9 an appealing option for power users is that you don't need a dock to use it like a computer:
From community outreach organizations to high-flying local businesses, blockchain is booming in the city.
The school has launched four introductory courses that won't intrude on the 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekday work schedule.
For two decades, our local government has been ahead of many other public-sector organizations in making the most out of technological innovation.
Here are some interesting facts about the old west:
The Ocean Cleanup project aims to passively tackle plastic accumulation in the five locations where ocean currents converge.
You’ll never have so much fun being a superhero as you will playing Marvel’s Spider-Man.
Since Stanley Q. Woodvine began blogging in 2013, Google’s Street View cars have been as nearly predictable as comets, arriving in Vancouver every two years.
Craft beer, wine, cider, spirits, and more are now but a click away.
The building, named The Gaming Stadium, will offer a base for videogame enthusiasts.