Tangerine Adds Debit Card Support for Apple Pay

Tangerine this morning has launched client card support for Apple Pay (more…)

Report Claims LG Will Be Sole Supplier of Batteries for 2018 iPhone

South Korea’s LG Chem is reportedly slated to exclusively provide batteries for Apple’s “iPhone 9” which is likely to be launched next year.


Apple’s Free iOS App of the Week: Yankai’s Triangle

Yankai’s Triangle by Kenny Sun is Apple’s free iOS app of the week.


Apple May Replace Original Apple Watches in Need of Repair with Series 1 Models

If you have a first-generation Apple Watch, Apple Stores may be able to simply swap it out with a Series 1 model.


Apple’s ‘Clips’ App Gets Disney Characters, New Graphics Options

The app has received tons of new banners, overlays and posters for video clip presentations.


DAZN Launches in Canada with Exclusive NFL Game Pass for $20 a Month

Multi-sport platform DAZN will be the new home for NFL Game Pass subscribers in Canada.


Nintendo 64 May Soon Get a Miniaturized Re-Release

The company is said to be working on a miniature, inexpensive version of the original Nintendo 64 console.


Apple Wins Patent for a Smart Dock Powered by Siri

The dock would automatically activate Siri on the docked iOS device.


You Can Now Explore the International Space Station with Google Street View

This marks Google Street View’s first foray into space.


Apple Quietly Working With Chinese Company on Automotive Battery Research

Apple is reportedly working with Chinese battery manufacturer Contemporary Amperex Technology on automotive battery research and development, reads a new report.


Apple Declared Most Profitable Fortune 500 Company in the World

Apple has for the second consecutive year been declared the most profitable company in the world by Fortune magazine.


Rogers’ Quarterly Net Income Rises 35 Percent, Beating Analyst Estimates

Rogers reported a greater-than-expected 35 percent jump in second-quarter profit on Thursday, as a gain in wireless subscribers offset declines in its cable TV business.


Apple Sends Executives to Lobby Against Australia’s Proposed Encryption Laws

Apple met with Australian Attorney-General George Brandis and members of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s government on Tuesday to talk over the cybersecurity measures.