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Canadian leads yacht crew to victory in longest ocean race

Thousands lined the banks of the River Thames near Tower Bridge to welcome a parade of a dozen 70-foot yachts and 270 crew members back...

Lego’s deal with Shell drilled by well-oiled Greenpeace campaign

Oh, no. Santa’s going to die. GreenpeaceVideo/YouTube screenshot by Chris Matyszczyk/CNET In LegoWorld, everything is happy. People...

At FedEx’s Memphis hub, sorting 1.5 million packages (pictures)

MD-11 Every night, FedEx sends 140 planes to Memphis, and then sends 140 planes back out. Every one of the 1.5 million packages that comes...

A World Cup Final Primer for the Vaguely Interested

Thomas Muller and Lionel Messi. Photo: Marcus Brandt/Corbis, Oraito/Corbis The World Cup comes to an end this afternoon in Rio, when...

Apple tells China it doesn’t monitor iPhone users’ locations

Apple says the feature is set to Off by default and can easily be toggled on and off by users. Apple; screenshot by CNET Apple has...

Bites: Marrow closes, Shakewell, Half Orange open

Marrow at Marrow, the Oakland lunch spot run by Jon Kosorek which closed on July 2. Photo: Marrow Openings, closings… Jon Kosorek and...

CDC Closes Two Labs After Anthrax, Flu Scares

Citing an anthrax scare and other safety concerns, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has temporarily shut down two of its...

NB Power still plugging away at week-old storm Arthur outages

NB Power is still aiming to have 95 per cent of customers who lost their power during post-tropical storm Arthur last weekend back...

Nathan O’Brien Amber Alert: Search teams return to Liknes home

Search teams are returning to the home of Kathy and Alvin Liknes Saturday for another sweep of the property, close to two weeks after the...

Saskatchewan premier says Senate ‘atrophy is not a bad end game’

Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall says not many people would be outraged if Prime Minister Stephen Harper decided to stop appointing senators....