Microsoft is Cracking Down on Terrorist Content on its Services

Microsoft is introducing various ways of cracking down on terrorist activity on its consumer services.

How Paying With Apple Pay is Safer Than Using Credit Cards

Apple Pay came to Canada earlier this month and is giving consumers a safer way to pay in stores.

Uber Test Drives its Self-Driving Car in Pittsburgh

Uber has started testing its self-driving cars, near its offices in Pittsburgh.

Fitbit Tops the List as the Most Worn Wearable Globally

Fitbit tops the list as most worn wearable globally.

Check Out the First Short Film Made with Facebook’s Surround 360 3D Camera

This week, Facebook released the first film made with the company’s new Facebook Surround 360 3-D 360-degree camera system. According to, the camera, which was introduced at Facebook’s F8 global developers’ conference this past April, has documented a short film set in New York’s Grand Central Station entitled, Here and Now. The film was made […]

Twitter is Planning to Remove Photos and Links from its 140-Character Limit

Twitter to remove photos and links from its 140-character limit.

Google’s Tango Wants to Map the Insides of Our Buildings, Bringing Virtual Reality to Everywhere

Google’s Tango wants to map the insides of our buildings, bringing virtual reality to everywhere.

How Facebook is Getting Around Canadian Privacy Laws by Using Object Recognition in its Moments App

Facebook is using different technology in Canada and the EU to identify people in photos with its Moments app.

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