Coast Capital Savings Launches Apple Pay for Debit and Credit [u]

Coast Capital Savings has launched Apple Pay for debit and credit card users, making it the first credit union in Canada (more…)

Apple Canada Now Sells Refurb 2017 13-Inch MacBook Pro Models

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Apple Reportedly Uncooperative in Implementation of Lifesaving iPhone Feature

Emergency services organizations around the world are requesting Apple’s cooperation in implementing a location feature which they say could save thousands of lives.


Apple’s Free iOS App of the Week: Colorcube

Colorcube by Next Apps BVBA is Apple’s free iOS app of the week.


Google Adds Phishing Protection to Gmail on iOS

Google began rolling out a new security feature in its Gmail application that will help alert users to suspicious links.


Green Dot Details How Apple’s P2P Money Transfer Service Will Work

The bank’s CEO has updated the investors regarding developments on Apple Pay partnership.


Apple’s Lucrative App Store in China Faces Scrutiny

Developers have complained that Apple’s app policies violate Chinese antitrust laws.


Consumer Reports Pulls Recommendation for Four Microsoft Surface Laptops

The publication removed its “recommendation” designation after hearing back from users.


Dropbox Brings Mobile Prompts for 2-Step Verification

Mobile prompts are especially helpful when you don’t have cell signal but do have Wi-Fi.


Dashlane Releases 2017 Password Power Rankings, Apple ID Gets ‘Good’ Score

The researchers examined the password policies of 40 popular consumer and enterprise websites.


IKEA Adds HomeKit Support to Trådfri Smart Lighting System

IKEA Trådfri smart lighting products now support Apple HomeKit, only four months after the popular Swedish furniture company said its product line would support the framework sometime this year.


Netflix Increases Prices in Canada by $1 to $2 Per Month

Price hikes are here for Netflix users in Canada.


Facebook Announces ‘Watch,’ A New Platform For Original Video Content

Facebook’s push to become a major power in the world of streaming video continued this week with the introduction of Watch, a new video platform featuring original and licensed shows on the social network.