Apple this afternoon shocked investors by reporting quarterly earnings that exceed almost all analyst expectations.read more
A Canadian startup is bringing Uber-style payments to restaurants.read more
Vancouver-based coding bootcamp Lighthouse Labs announced the launch of a new course, an eight-week iOS bootcamp that claims to be the first of its kind in Canada when it commences in July.read more
The world's most valuable technology company says its "key web-based services" were not affected by Heartbleed, the bug that's taken the internet by storm and forced the Canada Revenue Agency to halt online tax filing.read more
Foro Technologies this week announced the launch of Truth, which it claims is the first one-to-one anonymous peer-to-peer messaging app amongst friends.read more
President Obama doesn't necessarily like using his BlackBerry—he's publicly admitted he prefers Apple's iPhone—but because of its superior security, it's been his go-to device for years.read more
Apple bolstered its lineup for the cost-conscious consumer today.read more
When I graduated from film school in 2008, the landscape of the entertainment industry was changing, morphing with the technology and trying to catch up to new innovations.read more
Starbucks today announced upcoming enhancements to its mobile app for iPhone.
The upgraded app "will extend the company’s leadership in mobile payment and allow customers to recognize Starbucks employees with a tip," according to the Seattle-based coffee titan.read more
Apple launched an iPhone trade-in program in the US last August. Now the program has been brought to Canada.read more
BlackBerry's network this morning experienced an outage in Canada but the Waterloo-based smartphone maker got better publicity in the afternoon after it was revealed that Apple's recently unveiled CarPlay technology—iOS for vehicle dashboards, essentially—has been designed to play nicely with BlackBery's QNX operating system, which powers some car infotainment systems.read more
Apple today announced that Peter Oppenheimer, the company's senior vice president and chief financial officer, will retire at the end of September.
Luca Maestri, Apple’s vice president of finance and corporate controller, will succeed Peter and report to CEO Tim Cook, according to the company.read more
Apple today announced that some auto manufacturers are rolling out CarPlay, a "smarter, safer and more fun way" to use iPhone in the car.read more