More than one million people are faking out their friends with Faker$, a free app that lets you put yourself – or friends and family members – on the cover of famous magazines, newspapers, movie posters, and more.
Researchers make a map that shows the U.S. states from which the most racist tweets originated following Obama’s re-election.
Is the wealth of information available online eliminating the need for people to trust one another?
According to a yet-to-be released study, teens with smartphones are more sexually active than those without, and likely to engage in risky behaviour.
New York Times tech columnist uses Twitter to let the world know his iPhone was stolen. Gizmodo blogger goes in hot digital pursuit to find it.
A thumbnail photo leads to a local Toronto artist being falsely arrested for assault.
It’s been exactly one month since Microsoft made the open beta of Windows 8 free to download and use. So, what’s the general consensus? It’s mixed, at best, but users seem to be leaning towards a positive experience.
New York Times best-selling author, Spencer Quinn, discusses Chet the dog’s use of social media.
One of our favourite mobile browsers is even easier to use. Dolphin now supports voice commands, as well as gestures and typing, but only for the Android version at this point.
Symantec, once again, has compiled a list of Canadian cities and ranked them on how “risky” they are when it comes to cybercrime threats.