A scant few days remain for Facebook users to vote on a new privacy-eroding policy.
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.
Although there is no obvious “delete group” button on Facebook, it is extremely easy to do so. Here’s how.
In this week’s ‘Tech Talk’ radio show — heard each week live on Montreal’s CJAD 800 — we chat with an automotive expert on how cars are getting smarter, plus we also talk with Microsoft about what makes Windows 8 a worthy upgrade for both casual and hardcore users.
Symantec has released new research on ‘ransomware,’ which is growing throughout Western Europe and North America. Here’s what you need to know.
You know you use your smartphone to snap pictures – even though it’s inferior to a standalone camera – so at least take heed to these following tips from a Toronto-based professional photographer.
Imagine if your smartphone could tell you when there was an available parking spot on the street – so you can stop circling endlessly to find one by chance. ‘Parko’ aims to be that solution.
Amanda Todd, the 15-year-old B.C. teen who committed suicide last week, resided in a world much like the one depicted in the popular 1999 film, The Matrix. The majority of her social life was spent plugged into a digital community of millions, while physically, she sat completely alone.
Despite using privacy controls, two gay students were outed to their parents when they were added to their university’s Queer Chorus group on Facebook.
Promoted posts aren’t just for businesses any longer; regular Facebook users can also take advantage of the feature.