(Okay, every part of that headline is sensationalizing and inappropriate.)
Sensors on a satellite 650 km up identified some anomalies in the landscape at Point Rosee on the southwest coast of Newfoundland, and excavations last summer have confirmed what could well be another Norse (not Viking!) habitation site. The project is supported by National Geographic, and the lead investigator, more a technie than a Norse specialist, has a $1 million grant from TED Talks. So, a very 21st century archaeology -- more to be found around the Gulf of St Lawrence.
(There is also Patricia Sutherland's Baffin Island site, still the subject of controversy, and no sat-tech.)
Image: National Geographic.