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Netflix geoblocking in Canada 'a game of whack-a-mole'
If you're among the estimated 1.92 million Canadians who may be illegally streaming TV shows meant solely for the U.S. Netflix market, rest easy. For the most part, your stealth viewing tactics should allow you to stream on, experts say.
NASA ponders airship city above Venus
NASA is floating the idea of a human city above the surface of Venus using blimps so astronauts can study one of the most hostile environments in the solar system.
Soon Your Tech Will Talk to You Through Your Skin
When Thomas Ella gets a text message on his smartphone, he can sometimes tell what it says without reading it. Instead, he feels it: An app called Mumble! “plays” the text as a pattern of vibrations, syllable by syllable, using higher-intensity vibrations
Drone threat concerns U.S. pilots as FAA weighs rules
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration is taking too long to figure out how to integrate unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, into American airspace, critics say. But some commercial airline pilots, worried about safety, are urging the FAA to proceed ca
Electronic pickpockets target Dartmouth shoppers
Electronic pickpocketing has many Nova Scotians looking to protect themselves during the holiday shopping season. "Tap" cards, which have become increasingly widespread, use radio frequency identification (RFID) chips embedded in plastic credit and debit
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