Tim Hortons Mobile Order and Pay App Download Now Available, with Apple Pay Support

You can now skip the lines at Tim Hortons locations, as the company has launched their mobile order and pay app (more…)

Google Introduces SOS Alerts for Maps to Help During a Crisis

SOS Alerts assist users with getting information during an emergency.


‘Fruitfly’ Malware for macOS Variant Still Infecting Computers

A mysterious piece of malware has been infecting hundreds of Mac computers for years — and no one noticed until a few months ago.


Order McDonald’s with UberEATS on July 26, Get Free ‘McDelivery’ Swag [u]

If you love McDonald’s and you have UberEATS in your city, you may want to order tomorrow.


Adobe to Kill off Flash by the End of 2020

Adobe will stop updating and distributing Flash in a little over 3 years.


Quanta Expects Strong Q3 as ‘Apple Watch Series 3’ Said to Launch in Fall

The Apple supplier is hoping to enjoy strong revenues in the second half of 2017.


PCMag’s Fastest Mobile Networks Canada 2017 to Survey All 10 Provinces for First Time

PCMag is once again testing out Canada’s wireless networks from coast-to-coast.


Apple TV Universal Search Expands to Rogers’ City Video

City Video now supports Apple TV universal search.


Cogeco Price Increases Coming for TV, Home Phone, Internet on Sept. 1, 2017

If you’re a Cogeco subscriber, rate increases are coming this fall for TV, Home Phone and Internet.


Amazon Prime Launches One-Day Delivery in Ottawa-Gatineau

Amazon has expanded its one-day Prime delivery service to Ottawa-Gatineau.


Roomba Maker iRobot Wants to Sell Home Map Data to Apple, Amazon, Google

iRobot is known for its line of Roomba robot vacuum cleaners, but it seems the company has ambitions beyond simply automating your vacuuming schedule.


Qualcomm Hits Back at Tech Lobby for ‘Misdirecting’ ITC in Apple Lawsuit

Qualcomm has hit back at claims by a lobbying group that a requested ban on iPhone imports would hurt consumers by accusing the Computer & Communications Industry Association of “misdirecting regulators.”


Apple Replacing Some 2012/2013 MacBook Pros with Brand New Models

Apple is exchanging some older 2012 and 2013 MacBook Pros with brand-new models because of a supply shortage.