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.

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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.

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Apple Warns Investors of Financial Penalties in European Tax Probe

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

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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BlackBerry Would Team Up with Apple on Security, Says CEO

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

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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.

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