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.

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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.

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

Rogers Sportsnet now has exclusive rights to esportsTV.

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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.

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Intel Planning to Make Thunderbolt 3 Available to Anyone

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

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How to Update AirPods to New Firmware 3.7.2

Apple has released a firmware update for their AirPods.

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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.

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

RBC has updated their mobile banking app for iOS today.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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