In what is certainly good news for Canadians, a recently published blog post sees streaming platform Roku welcoming CBC TV to its service.
Facebook’s anti-Apple campaign is more for the benefit of Facebook and other digital ad giants than it is for your average Joe and his small business.
For the first time since closing down stores in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Apple Inc. has announced the temporary closure of all Apple Stores located in the Lose Angeles area.
With Qualcomm unable to send reference devices powered by the Snapdragon 888 to the press for independent benchmarking, the manufacturer released benchmarks that were conducted in-house instead.
Ferrari’s Chief Executive Officer Louis Camilleri, 65, announced his immediate retirement on Thursday evening citing undisclosed personal reasons.
Host Michael Roberts had the pleasure of some one-on-one time with Apple CEO Tim Cook, who talked about the newest Apple Watch, Apple’s venture into the health and wellness space, and his own outlook on health and fitness.
Veteran analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said today that we should expect the next iPhone to go into mass production in early summer 2021, following Apple’s usual schedule.
iFixit finally got to tearing down Sony’s PlayStation 5 — an entire month after the teardown specialists took apart the PS5’s DualSense controller.
Canada’s Pikangikum First Nation now has full access to Starlink internet, upping the average internet speeds the community had access to from a measly 60 KBPS to a whopping 130 MBPS.
Jeffrey Paul questions the security of Apple’s Macs, stating that they can no longer be used safely and with confidence in completely offline environments.
Uber officially launched in Halifax, Nova Scotia, at 1 p.m. local time on Thursday, Dec. 3.