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
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
This wasn’t supposed to happen.read more
Apple's iPad screens are crisp and vibrant. But under certain lighting, they're also practically mirrors.read more
Apple's quarterly earnings are out and while the numbers are strong, they weren't enough to lift the firm's stock, which remains stagnant in afterhours trading.read more
Apple this week brought iTunes Pass to Canada.
Compatible with iOS 6 and up, iTunes Pass helps customers who use iTunes gift cards to purchase songs, apps, and books from Apple without connecting a credit card to their Apple ID. It also allows for exact amounts, unlike gift cards, which are only available in certain denominations.read more
BlackBerry's homemade instant messaging service, even after more than a decade, remains one of its core features. Last year the Canadian company made waves by launching BBM on competing platforms for the first time.read more
Samsung has released another ad and—surprise!—it's a direct attack on Apple's iPhone.read more
Apple today announced its 16GB iPod Touch is now available in "vibrant colors" and 5-megapixel camera for $199. The world's most valuable technology company also dropped the prices of its 32GB and 64GB Touch models.read more
As Apple gradually transitions its set-top box from a "hobby" to a fully fledged mainstream product, the service made four substantial additions today.read more
Today, Interbrand and Deloitte released the fourth-annual Best Global Green Brands report.read more
Mass production of Apple's first smartwatch will start in July and the device could launch as soon as October.read more
Toronto-based Wave Accounting has just released a new iPhone app called Invoice by Wave, designed specifically around mobile invoicing.
The move signifies a larger focus on mobile for the company. With two million users representing a total of $5 billion worth of invoicing done in the product in the last four years, it’s no wonder that Wave is attacking the invoicing space.read more