CIBC Apple Pay Adoption “Quite Strong”; BMO, TD, Scotia Launch in “Several Weeks”

How popular has Apple Pay been since its expansion to CIBC and RBC just over two weeks ago? So far, so good, according to CIBC. (more…)


Shopify Card Reader to Accept Payments Launches in Canada

Shopify debuted their new payments card reader yesterday for Canada.

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Apple & Other U.S. Companies Form a New Patent Lobby Group

Apple and other U.S. companies have formed a lobbying group against some changes proposed to the patent system by members of Congress.

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Investors Bet on New Product Categories and Bigger-Screen iPhone This Year

Investors bet on iWatch, iPhone 6 with bigger screen.

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iOS 7 bug Allows Anyone to Bypass Activation Lock [VIDEO]

iOS 7 bug allows anyone to disable Find My iPhone and bypass Activation Lock.

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Apple Announces WWDC 2014 for June 2–6: Register Today

Apple announces WWDC 2014 scheduled for June 2-6 at Moscone West.

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iTunes Card Sale at Shoppers Drug Mart: 15% Off $25 or $50 Cards

If you’re looking for an iTunes Card sale, Shoppers Drug Mart has them for 15% off.


Reversible USB Cable Shown Off In New Renderings [PICS]

This reversible USB cable will finally end your frustrations.

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Fantastical 2 Calendar Released for iPad with 33% Off Launch Sale

Fantastical 2 is now available for the iPad.


Cortana For Windows Phone 8.1: Microsoft’s Answer To Siri And Google Now

Microsoft launches Cortana, their own personal digital assistant.

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Apple Could Debut Stock Buyback, Dividend This month: Analyst

Apple expected to increase its share buyback program & dividend in its next quarterly earnings report.

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Apple Website Highlights ‘What’s New’ in Pages, Numbers and Keynote

Apple has created a page to highlight what’s new in iWork for iOS and Mac.


Email of Steve Jobs’ Commitment to ‘Holy War’ Against Google Surfaces

Email evidence of Jobs’ commitment to a ‘holy war’ against Google surfaces.