Apple Confirms WWDC17 Live Stream at 10AM PDT on June 5th

Apple has confirmed what everybody already expected: its WWDC17 keynote live stream will take place at 10AM PDT/1PM EDT on June 5th. (more…)

Alleged ‘iPhone 8’ Dummy Unit Gets Hands-On, Plus More Schematics [VIDEO]

A new video claims what appears to be an ‘iPhone 8’ dummy unit.


Google’s New ‘Family Group’ Lets Your Share YouTube TV, Photos, Calendar and More

Google explains how families can do more with YouTube TV, Google Calendar, Keep and Photos.


Rogers Sportsnet Signs Exclusive Rights to 24/7 esportsTV in Canada

Rogers Sportsnet now has exclusive rights to esportsTV.


Facebook Introduces a Redesigned Trending Results Page

It is the page you see when you click on a Trending topic to learn more about it.


Intel Planning to Make Thunderbolt 3 Available to Anyone

So far, a combination of high cost and low availability have hampered Thunderbolt’s success.


How to Update AirPods to New Firmware 3.7.2

Apple has released a firmware update for their AirPods.


Garmin Introduces iPhone Compatible VIRB 360-Degree 5.7K Camera

The VIRB 360 supports Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, ANT+, and NFC, and is fully compatible with their iOS app.


RBC Mobile for iOS Gains Advisor Chat, International Money Transfer and More

RBC has updated their mobile banking app for iOS today.


100,000 Bell MTS Customers to Soon Find Out If They Will Be Moved Telus

Some Bell MTS customers will soon find out if they move to Telus or not.


Samsung Galaxy S8 Iris Scanner Bypassed by German Hackers

A couple of members of the German Chaos Computer Club (CCC) show in a newly released video how to fool the Galaxy S8’s iris scanner with a digital photograph, an office printer and a contact lens.


Facebook Rolls Out More Ways to Connect With Friends Live

Facebook is updating the features of Live, the platform for live video streams on the social network; with the newest iteration of the feature, users will find two new features: Live Chat With Friends and Live With.


Apple Launches App Development Curriculum at U.S. Community Colleges

Apple on Wednesday released a free college-level computer coding course designed to teach students how to create apps, a move that’s part of the company’s push to highlight its role in the U.S. economy.