Coast Capital Savings Launches Apple Pay for Debit and Credit [u]

Coast Capital Savings has launched Apple Pay for debit and credit card users, making it the first credit union in Canada (more…)

New CRTC TV Rules Target Bell, Shaw and Rogers, Not Netflix: Geist

The CRTC sees Netflix as a pro-competitive entrant which creates more consumer choice and forces other to innovate.

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Udemy Sale: 10,000+ Courses for $10 Each, Includes iOS App-Making and More

If you’re looking to up your iOS development game, check out this limited time sale from Udemy.

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Hacker Exploits Safari, Chrome, IE at Pwn2Own, Wins Record $225,000 [VIDEO]

Researchers at Pwn2Own hack the top four internet browsers, as well as Adobe Reader and Flash Player plug-ins.

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MTS Increases iPhone 5S, iPhone 6 Prices on $55/month Contracts

MTS has increased iPhone prices on $55/month plans on two-year contracts.

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When Steve Jobs Came Back to Apple, Jony Ive Thought His Job Was Over

When Steve Jobs returned to Apple in 1997, many employees thought their jobs will soon be over, including Jony Ive.

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Kate Bock Wears the Apple Watch on Fitness Magazine Cover [PIC]

On the cover of this month’s Fitness magazine, model Kate Bock wears an Apple Watch Sport with a white band.

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Steve Jobs’ Legendary Stanford Commencement Speech ‘Almost’ Never Happened

New Steve Jobs biography has revealed that the legendary Stanford commencement speech almost never happened.

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WWE Network Launches for Subscribers in Canada on iOS, Mac/PC

If you’re a subscriber of WWE, you can now login on your iOS device and more.

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Rogers to Rebrand Fido, End Fido Dollars Program and More

Fido is set to undergo an overhaul to target younger customers.

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New Apple TV Said to Debut with Siri at WWDC

Apple said to launch next generation Apple TV at WWDC 2015.

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Secret Apple Watch Health and Fitness Lab Revealed by ABC News

ABC News posted an exclusive video about the secret Apple Watch health and fitness lab.

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Apple Could Add 15 Million US Subscribers to Online TV Service, Analyst Says

Apple’s services category could account for 20% of the company’s total revenue in the next few years.

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