Over the weekend, authentic nude photos of dozens of celebrties of varying fame and industries were leaked onto the world wide web, igniting an internet frenzy that has spawned myriad discussions over everything from privacy and security to what constitutes sexual assault.read more
Wouldn't it be cool if you could just win a backpack stuffed with more than $1,000 of cool gear?read more
A Canadian university has decided to accept bitcoins as currency for textbooks.read more
The CRTC’s Vice-Chairpersons of Broadcasting and Telecommunications today hosted a meeting with nearly a dozen telecommunications and broadcasting distribution companies to discuss charges for paper bills.read more
Redefining the word "absurd" are the results of a new report from the Public Interest Advocacy Centre, which estimates that Canadians are paying between $495 and $734 million annually in fees for monthly bills and statements in paper formats to the banking and communications services industries.read more
Imagine being welcomed by name to your private table in a refined club atmosphere complete with inspired, farm-to-table cuisine, to watch in unprecedented luxury and style one of the National Hockey League's most exciting teams.
This used to be mere fantasy. Now it is reality.read more
CentriLogic has acquired Adveniat Corporation, a US Virgin Islands data center operator and hosting services provider.read more
I've been using a Z10 since BlackBerry launched the smartphone in February 2013. At the time, I was upgrading from a Windows Phone—which itself was a disastrous downgrade from an iPhone 4—and after the learning curve of BB10, it felt alright.
In fact, it felt pretty damn good.read more
At the US Open this year, ballboys donning Ralph Lauren "Polo Tech" shirts that merge biometrics and active lifestyle apparel, featuring sensors knitted into the garment itself to read biological and physiological information.read more
BlackBerry 10 was recently named the world's best-designed mobile operating system "out of the box" by India-based technology magazine Digit.read more
Canadians are dismayed by news that billionaire investor Warren Buffet is helping Burger King with its plot to acquire Tim Hortons for tax aversion purposes.read more
Rogers Communications and Shaw Communications have joined forces to launch shomi, a new streaming service in Canada that aims to take on Netflix.read more
A Boston-based financial services company is in talks with HootSuite about a pre-IPO investment, according to a new report from the Wall Street Journal.read more