Queen's researchers reveal what area of the brain stores the mass of an object.
Recent finding concerns a complex, heavily encrypted networking program called the Invisible Internet Project, or I2P
Privacy watchdogs say search engine restricted the removal of Internet links to European sites only
Telecoms giant’s pivot to better customer service from new-subscriber volume was expected to add ‘bumps on the quarterlies,’ CEO earlier said
Eagerly awaited is a wearable device that will track a user’s fitness and allow remote control of a smartphone
The world’s largest social network beat the street’s expectations for its second quarter earnings report on Wednesday
New group will work to improve mental health on the Queen's campus.
The company develops online-invoicing software for small service-based businesses.
The government-supported narrative that Canadian consumers are being gouged by the Big Three telecom companies lies somewhere between a stretch and a falsehood
Arrests were expected in a case that sprawled across international borders, a law enforcement official said
Canvas fingerprinting, which can command your browser to draw a unique identifier and then log your online behaviour, is nearly impossible to detect, does not fall under “do not track” voluntary systems and evades most conventional ad-blocking software
Skype and other videoconferencing technology let small-business owners stay in contact with clients from afar
The parent in the case says her password remained open for 30 minutes after a purchase, leading to her child racking up nearly $70 in charges
The Globe's science reporter Ivan Semeniuk explains why space exploration is about to get very interesting
Xiaomi sold 18.7 million smartphones in 2013 and on Tuesday maintained a 60 million sales target for 2014
Underground facility near Sudbury will host second-generation research project continuing search for dark matter particles.
Its forecast for the iPhones with 4.7-inch (11.9-cm) and 5.5-inch (14-cm) displays is much larger than the initial order last year
U.S. officials allege Su Bin gave instructions to hackers in China that helped them zero in on which secrets to steal from the computers of Boeing, other aviation firms
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Queen's researchers identify eight common chronic conditions in primary health care.