A Vancouver Uber driver was shocked to get a bylaw infraction ticket after he accepted a ride request in Surrey.
The Apple Archive, a stunning, unofficial tribute to Apple history, has been buried under copyright strikes over its video content.
A security researcher discovered two open GitHub accounts with Rogers’ application source code, internal user names and passwords, and private keys.
In a long and drawn-out case over patent infringement, Apple has been ordered to pay $85 million USD to Canadian company WiLan.
Carpool Karaoke is back for a third season and it’s packed with more celebrity appearances than ever before.
The Shlayer Trojan remains the most common threat on the macOS platform, hitting 10 perfect of the computers running Apple’s operating system.
Background location data has fallen off by 68 percent and foreground data by 24 percent since the rollout of iOS 13.
Mastercard has opened an intelligence and cyber centre in Vancouver, housing 380 new employees working on areas such as security, AI, and the Internet of Things.
The success of Pokémon Go and other such “walking games” has fueled at least $249 million USD in “tourism revenue for the cities on its event list for 2019.”
Bezos was hacked in May 2018 after receiving a WhatsApp message from Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, according to a forensic analysis conducted by a team hired by Bezos and reviewed by UN investigators.
Refuting claims that China’s Huawei is in the lead on the development of the 5G, Ericsson CEO Borje Ekholm said he sees “no one ahead of us” on the technology.
Netflix just posted meager numbers for its US subscriber growth and said that some of the miss might come from pressure from new competitors