Apple’s highly anticipated Spring Forward special event has come and gone. The company announced pricing and availability (yay Canada!) for the Apple Watch (more…)
SwiftKey has released a major update that adds emoji support and SwiftKey Flow for the iPad.
Angry Birds Seasons by Rovio Entertainment is Apple’s free iOS app of the week.
Google will take a significant hit if Apple decides to switch default search engine.
Users can now launch desktop applications directly from the web by using Dropbox’s new open button.
Apple’s indoor positioning concept goes way beyond just identifying a user’s location.
Marco Polo allows you to find your iPhone using your voice and it currently has made its way to the top of the App Store.
Premium features of the popular iPad app are now also free to download.
Chatr wireless now has new data options for customers.
Here’s a preview of the new Photos app in OS X Yosemite 10.10.3, coming soon.
Bell has revealed Rogers will pay $392 million in cash as part of their Glentel partnership.
Here are the sales at Target Canada as part of their liquidation clearance.