An Air Canada-led group has unveiled their bid to buy back Aeroplan in a deal set to be valued at $2.25 billion.
Sonos announced that it has set its IPO price range at $17 to $19 per share, hoping to raise as much as $250 million.
Uber hit 10 billion completed trips across both rides and deliveries.
YouTube announced that it has started testing an Explore tab aimed at offering viewers a more diverse set of video recommendations.
Sony unveiled the world’s first smartphone camera sensor with a crazy-high resolution of 48 megapixels and a pixel size of 0.8 ?m.
Freedom Mobile announced that it has removed its $20 per month U.S. roaming service add-on. In leu of this, the company is now offering $5 per day roaming.
Rogers Communications reported its second-quarter results today, announcing a profit of $538 million which is up from $528 million last year.
iFixit has posted a deeper dive into the new third-generation butterfly keyboard to see how well it can keep dust and debris out.
Toronto resident Alfonzo Mattucci is suing Facebook for $500,00 claiming that the Cambridge Analytica breach caused him anxiety.
Reddit made live chat rooms public in subreddits and explained what it is hoping to achieve with this feature.
Toronto-based rock band Metric has released a new music video that was recorded entirely on an iPhone X.
Instagram is working on a new, more secure method of two-factor authentication that would not require a user’s phone number.