Tangerine Adds Debit Card Support for Apple Pay

Tangerine this morning has launched client card support for Apple Pay (more…)

Louis Vuitton Group to Launch $1,400 Smartwatch in November

LVMH subsidiary TAG Heuer will start selling a smartwatch for about $1,400 in October or November.


Griffin’s ‘WatchStand’ Apple Watch Charging Dock is Now Available to Order

The Griffin WatchStand for Apple Watch is available for order, and International customers can save here.


Apple Warns Investors of Financial Penalties in European Tax Probe

Apple has disclosed the potential consequences of the European Commission’s ongoing investigation.


Microsoft Lets Developers Easily Bring iOS and Android Apps to Windows 10

Microsoft is allowing developers to easily bring their iOS and Android apps to Windows 10.


Rogers Holds 50% Off Sale on NHL Accessories: iPhone Cases, Lightning Cables, Etc

If you want your own branded NHL gear for your iPhone, visit your nearest Rogers store.


Consumer Group Refiles Complaint Against Rogers and Shaw’s Shomi Service

The Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC) has refiled a complaint to the CRTC regarding Shomi.


iPad ‘Test Model’ Stolen in Robbery at Cupertino Home

A ‘test model’ iPad has reportedly been stolen during a robbery and kidnapping incident at a Cupertino home.


Twitter Working with Apple to Include Tweets into Spotlight Searches

Soon you’ll be able to find tweets with ease, using Spotlight search on a Mac or iOS device.


iOS 8 Adoption Rate Hits 81% of Devices Based on App Store Data

iOS 8 adoption continues to increase based on the latest data from the App Store.


Microsoft Unveils Visual Studio Code, A Cross-Platform Code Editor For OS X, Windows and Linux

Microsoft launches Visual Studio Code, a lightweight cross-platform code editor for writing modern web and cloud applications.


BlackBerry Would Team Up with Apple on Security, Says CEO

BlackBerry CEO would be open to a partnership with Apple on security.


Samsung Replaces Apple as World’s Leading Smartphone Vendor [Report]

Samsung overtakes Apple to reclaims top position as the world’s largest smartphone vendor by volume.