BlackBerry has announced that it will stop developing internal hardware by January 2017. The change comes as CEO John Chen follows through on his promise to cease hardware development by this September if the company couldn’t make it a profitable venture by this point in time. BlackBerry now plans to focus on being a software […]
The Fitbit Charge 2 is now on sale globally.
The Canadian Internet Registration Authority is providing Internet users in Canada with new ways to test their Internet performance.
The online video streaming service, shomi, will be shutting down at the end of November after a two-year run.
Snapchat is now Snap Inc, and it has invented sunglasses with a camera in them.
The CRTC is providing Canadians with an interactive map to identify broadcasters that share emergency alerts.
Videotron, Ericsson, École de technologie supérieure and the Quartier de l’innovation (QI) have announced the creation of Canada’s first open-air smart living laboratory.
SaskTel is expanding their network and now offering high speed Internet to more customers in Saskatchewan.