Rogers has announced temporary store closures will remain until April 14.
Apple has launched a new COVID-19 app and website to allow customers to screen themselves.
Shaw says its technicians will help customers perform installs over the phone due to COVID-19.
Netflix streaming bit rates are now set to reduce in Canada as well, to keep internet traffic under control.
If you’re on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, you can get a free coffee or tea from McDonald’s and Starbucks.
Here’s what’s coming to Amazon Prime Video in April 2020.
If you’re looking for a third-generation iPad Pro, check out your local Costco.
A newly discovered bug in iOS 13 has been found where not all traffic is encrypted via your VPN.
Telus says it can have virtual technician visits for installs and repairs of internet and TV services.
Duolingo has launched a new app called ABC, which lets young children learn to read and write from home.
The Prime Minister has warned Canadians about a text scam involving the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB).
If you’re a student or teacher working from home, Texas Instruments graphing calculator apps are now free.