Apple Announces 9.7″ iPad Starting at $449 in Canada, Preorders March 24

Looks like the rumours about Apple releasing new products this week came true. The company released a new 9.7-inch iPad today (more…)

Apple’s Free iOS App of the Week — Shades: A Simple Puzzle Game

Shades: A Simple Puzzle Game by UOVO is Apple’s free iOS app of the week.

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New GMT Bug in iOS 8 Causing Issues With Time Zones of Synced Calendar Events

iOS 8 users have been reporting and issues with time zones of synced calendar events on Apple’s support forums.

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Bell Points Finger at Apple for Not Allowing CraveTV App for Apple TV

Bell says Apple is the roadblock for wanting to get a CraveTV app on Apple TV.

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2015 Global 100 ‘Most Sustainable Corporation’ List Names TELUS as Recipient

TELUS has announced it has been named to a list of one of the world’s most sustainable businesses.

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RBC VP on Apple Pay in Canada: “Major Interest to the Industry”

RBC VP of Digital, Payments and Cards speaks about Apple Pay.

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Mobilicity Seeks Financing to Bid on AWS-3 Spectrum

Struggling Mobilicity is requesting to court for another stay of legal proceedings against it until May 8, with plans to participate on the AWS-3 spectrum auction.

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Rogers vs Ontario: Tax Battle Ensues Over $24 Million Private Jet Purchase

Rogers is appealing a $2 million tax assessment on a private jet it purchased 8 years ago.

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Apple’s ‘HomeKit’ Home Automation Compatibility Details Revealed

Apple will allow its upcoming HomeKit platform to work with certain existing, non-HomeKit home automation products.

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Any.do for Mac is Now Available for Download in the App Store

Popular to-do app for iOS is now available as a native Mac app.

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Statistics Show iOS Users Take 65% More Photos Than Android Users

Personal media startup Magisto has shared some interesting statistics on how we really use our camera phones.

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Chester Chipperfield, Burberry’s VP of Digital Retail Joins Apple

Burberry vice president of digital retail joins Apple.

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Google’s Security Team Locates Three Severe Vulnerabilities in OS X

Google’s Project Zero security team claims to have found three flaws in Apple’s Mac OS X.

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