It’s official: Apple is hosting a media event on March 7 at San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Theater. The invitation shows an iPad, which strongly suggests the unveiling of a new tablet.
Symantec, once again, has compiled a list of Canadian cities and ranked them on how “risky” they are when it comes to cybercrime threats.
A San Francisco-based start-up is making the shopping process easier for Canadian and American men who don’t have the time or interest to hit the mall.
Sony’s much-hyped portable game system – the PlayStation Vita – is now available to Canadian gamers on the go. Here’s what you need to know about this handheld device before you buy.
A new and inexpensive app makes video editing fun on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Whether you’re spicing up previously shot video or adding real-time effects on the fly, the Game Your Video app is a blast.
While the latest Samsung television commercials poke fun at Apple Mania, it’s hard to deny the amount of buzz iDevices get – even before they’re officially announced. Here are the latest iPad 3 rumours on the Interweb – but don’t count on any of them to be true.
RIM has been no stranger to the news lately, whether it’s a high-profile CEO shake-up, shrugging off takeover rumours or readying the upcoming PlayBook 2.0 software due out this month. But here’s something else you might not have expected.
Could free mobile web surfing really become a reality in the near future?
A medical expert warns against curling up with a tablet to read an e-book before bed – if you want to have a good night’s sleep, that is.
A Canadian survey finds 95 percent of women would feel annoyed if their companion used their smartphone while on a date. And most respondents would prefer a real Valentine’s Day card as opposed to a digital one.