On Jan. 18, 2000, a fireball lit up the morning sky over Yukon and northern British Columbia. Loud bangs shook the area, and dust clouds wafted in the upper atmosphere. The culprit: a five-metre rock that entered Earth’s atmosphere at more than 105 km/h. While most of the roughly 105-tonne meteor broke up onRead More →

Taiwan’s cabinet has told government agencies to stop using Zoom Video Communications Inc.’s video conferencing app, the latest blow to the company as it battles criticism of its booming platform over privacy and security. Zoom’s daily users ballooned to more than 200 million in March, as coronavirus-induced shutdowns forced employeesRead More →