Rogers Communications reported its second-quarter results today, announcing a profit of $538 million which is up from $528 million last year.
iFixit has posted a deeper dive into the new third-generation butterfly keyboard to see how well it can keep dust and debris out.
Toronto resident Alfonzo Mattucci is suing Facebook for $500,00 claiming that the Cambridge Analytica breach caused him anxiety.
Reddit made live chat rooms public in subreddits and explained what it is hoping to achieve with this feature.
Toronto-based rock band Metric has released a new music video that was recorded entirely on an iPhone X.
Instagram is working on a new, more secure method of two-factor authentication that would not require a user’s phone number.
The CRTC has asked Canadians to share their own personal experiences with possible unethical sales practices used by Canadian telecoms.
A new poll from Léger shows that 91 percent of drivers engage in risky behaviour whole driving.
Three of Apple India’s senior sales executives have left the company.
The usage of Google Translate has doubled during the World Cup this year.
Laptop Mag said the new 13-inch MacBook Pro is the “fastest system in its class.”
Apple may have quietly fixed a problem plaguing MacBook Pro users for the past two years.