Apple this morning has sent out invites to the press to invite them to their September 9 special event, (more…)
Case manufacturer elago has made an ‘iPhone 5C’ case available for pre-order, despite the lack of such a device.
Michael Geist looks into how common is the twin policy used by Ottawa for encouraging foreign investment plus establishing set-asides to facilitate competition among developed countries.
Asymco’s latest figures for Apple Stores suggest that overall profitability has been more steady over a long period, but volatile in a short-term window.
The latest Apple TV beta software suggests that Apple may be looking to add iTunes music purchasing functionality to Apple TV.
Samsung’s latest ad touts Galaxy S4 features to switch over an iPhone user.
Amazon has unveiled the list of Canada’s most-read cities.
Personalized Netflix profiles have showed up for some users on the Apple TV.
TELUS has revealed its 2-year term iPhone 5 pricing starting at $199.
Tim Cook has allegedly visited its Chinese telecom partners, and continued discussions with China Mobile, over the launch of the next gen iPhone and low-cost iPhone.
Telus has taken Ottawa to court over its wireless spectrum policy.
Despite recent lobbying and PR efforts to delay the wireless spectrum auction, Ottawa says it will go on as planned.